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You are what you eat #8211; and what we are eating these day reflects a range of responses, as Malaysians travel more, get globally connected through the Internet and become more affluent.
Somehow, a countdown to the new year wouldn't seem as exciting if we didn't have a calendar to mark off as the days pass. In fact, it wouldn't be possible to live our lives without these things that help us keep track of the passage of time, writes HOOI YOU CHING
Throughout my five-day press tour organised by Air Mauritius, the most common sight - apart from the cotton soft beaches and calm turquoise sea that makes the island a popular honeymoon destination - were the sugarcane fields stretching into the horizon, writes LAM LI.
Science and technology should be used to modernise the agriculture sector in an effort to bridge the socio-economic imbalance between urban and rural areas, Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi said.
A brinjal nicknamed Nipplefruit? A citron fruit that resembles the hand of the Buddha? These are among the many rare fruits in the country that are gradually depleting in the wild, said Associate Professor Adirukmi Achmad Azis of the Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris (UPSI).