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Turkey's glacier-crowned Mt. Ararat holds sway over a land that lies at the turbulent crossroads of religion, geopolitics, culture. It's a fair-sized mountain, to be sure. But for those new to mountaineering, it's a great confidence builder. Journey with ERIK FEARN on his epic climb up West Asia's most challenging peak.
Nestled in the National Planetarium is a little telescope specialty shop that is the pride and joy of a man who gave up his career to invest in a hobby-turned-business. Aptly called Infinity Infocus, the place never fails to attract Planetarium visitors and curious onlookers alike.
A chance encounter with Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad in Italy led Syed Mohamad Albukhary (i>pic/i>)on a quest around the world to observe and study mankind#8217;s greatest museums. The Kedah-born entrepreneur has come a long way since, writes ANDREW SIA.
Social changes have caught up with conservative Iran. The younger generation is moving away from colourful wedding traditions #8211; and public proof of the bride#8217;s virginity, writes ALI AKBAR DAREINI.
National Geographic photographer Michael Yamashita's bid to retrace the journey of 13th century traveller Marco Polo took him on a two-year adventure through the heart of Asia, into lands that time forgot.
WHETHER the record-breaking tendencies of Malaysians make you proud or cause you to shake your head in exasperation, they do show that Malaysians do not rest on their laurels.