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For decades, the villagers of remote Kampung Denai in Rompin, Pahang, have been living without any electricity supply. Now, thanks to a pioneering solar energy project, development has crept up to their doorstep and they can enjoy the comforts of modern living, surrounded by electrical appliances. But progress comes at a price for the poor villagers.
Kia Motors Corp, South Korea's oldest automaker, was founded in 1944 as Kyungsung Precision Industry, which made bicycle parts by hand. Today it is one of the most recognisable car makers in the world.
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Automobiles running on fossil fuel have been blamed for a host of problems: their emissions contribute to global warming, they hasten the depletion of a non-renewable resource, and their numbers worsen the quality of life in congested cities. MENG YEW CHOONG discovers that car manufacturers are doing what they can to reduce the impact of their products upon the world when he test drove a vehicle from DaimlerChrysler that runs on hydrogen.