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Intrepid student traveller JAMIE KHOO found Pulau Perhentian, just of the East Coast, irresistible. A haven for those who just want to lie in the sun, swim in the sea, read a book, relax and rejuvenate, the islands are a must. She highly recommends getting a good tan in the process.
Much has happened since last year's annual consultation between Malaysian and Indonesian leaders, including the Bali and Jakarta terrorist-related bomb blasts and the war in Aceh which captured much international attention. Terrorism will definitely be on the cards when Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Indonesian president Megawati Soekarnoputri meet in Kuching today.
MALAYSIAN exporters will likely receive a strong boost in competing at the international level in the form of #147;specific#148; incentives although the range is expected to be smaller in the forthcoming Budget 2004.
After over three decades in education, retired IPBA director R. Ganasa Murthi talks to SIMRIT KAUR about the challenges he faced setting up the country's first English language institute.
Pining for a mouthful of succulent Australian Wagyu beef? Want to impress your dinner guests with a starter of escargots? Don't know how to grill those sausages? Need a roast lamb in three hours? Never fear, Mr Ho is here. LEE SIEW PENG checks out the gourmet grocer.
THE Association of Finance Companies in Malaysia (AFCM) has expressed its support for the proposed Budget 2004 which continues to maintain the Government#039;s tradition of fiscal prudence and preserve the economy#039;s strong fundamentals.