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Breaking the ice with just a smile

A smile is all it takes to break the ice when making friends here, said British tourist Geoff Young. 'A smile is understood in all languages. The people here are so friendly and all I have to do is smile at them and their whole face brightens up!

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Ministry targets CIS big spenders

Tourists from the Commonwealth Independent States (CIS), which groups several countries of the former Soviet Union, spend 150% more than the average tourist in Malaysia.

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Latin America eagerly awaiting Pak Lah’s visit

Having traversed Asia, Europe and the United States, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi will be setting his sights soon on the more varied landscape of Latin America and the Caribbean.

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Move to revive Umno MBs Club

Three Umno state leaders are attempting to revive the defunct Umno MBs Club by getting their delegates to vote in the seven state level leaders contesting the supreme council posts.

Letters

Stages of a Youth movement

After 20 years as Umno Youth permanent chairman, Datuk Khalid Yunus is not defending his seat in the movement this time around. The 61-year-old shares his views on how the movement has evolved over the two decades and offers tips on what it takes to be a good chair, writes SHAHANAAZ HABIB

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Plan to lure Indons via education, health tourism

The Government plans to attract two million Indonesian tourists to Malaysia between now and the end of next year, especially through education and health tourism, said Deputy Tourism Minister Datuk Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.

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Terengganu takes precaution over the bird flu in Kelantan

Alarmed by the avian flu situation, Terengganu will start taking cloacal swabs in bird-rearing areas in Besut, which borders Kelantan.

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Tourism industry ‘resilient’

The rise of global terrorism will not dampen the tourism industry, said the president of the World Travel and Tourism Council.