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Manado in North Sulawesi is a veritable marine haven. Here, where Indonesia links up with the Philippines, and the Indian Ocean meets the Pacific, divers come to admire the 2,500-odd species of reef fish, ogle the rare pygmy seahorse and generally marvel at the diversity of life teeming in its water. Few come away unimpressed.
Two 2006 Asian Games Project squad swimmers will compete in special time trials during the Malaysian Junior Open Aquatic championships, which begin today at the Kuala Lumpur Swimming Centre, to try and earn places in the Vietnam SEA Games.
Japanese stocks plum-bed to fresh 20-year lows yesterday on dismay over Sony Corp's earnings, but the Hong Kong and Singapore markets firmed after the World Health Organisation (WHO) an-nounced that the two islands' severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) outbreaks had peaked.
Real Madrid took full advantage of slip-ups by Spanish First Division title rivals Deportivo Coruna and Real Sociedad with a 3-1 win at Sevilla on Sunday that allowed them to extend their lead at the top of the table to four points.
According to Abdullah Muda, Malaysia's most famous traditional boat builder, when you sail into a marina on a wooden yacht, everyone will turn and look. A wooden vessel has character, unlike fibreglass boats.
MICHAEL D'OLIVEIRO had a chance to chat Mukhriz Mahathir, son to the Prime Minister, recently. The affable 39-year-old's involvement in the industry began with the Tourism Development Corporation (TDC). After schooling in London, Mukhriz returned to Malaysia and worked as a consultant in TDC's efforts to break into the Japanese market.
Layang Layang,an atoll in the middle of the South China Sea, 300km away from Sabah,issynonymous with manta ray and shark sightings and an endless flow of pelagics.As a nature lover, ERIK FEARN recently went there to ponder the irony of how an island,entirely man-made,can boast such amazing marine life.