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The untold story of how one tiny island in the middle of the Atlantic has shaped the world for centuries
For the first time, foreign reporters visited Vietnam’s secretive prison system, and saw forced labour, a replica of Singapore’s Merlion and crocs within its walls.
Here are a few classic and new travel book ideas for your reading and armchair travelling pleasure.
Et cetera - By Sharon Ling IT IS that time of the year again when book lovers in Kuching can browse to their hearts’ content among thousands of titles at unbelievably low prices.
IN Wong Chun Wai’s On The Beat column last Sunday, one sentence which struck a chord for me was, “Tough has been the word he (Lee Chong Wei) learnt from an early age, where he spent his childhood in Jelutong and Teluk Bahang before moving to Bukit Mertajam.”
Wearing his heart – and complaints – on his sleeve, the intrepid travel writer takes on the gentle green hills of his beloved adopted home, England.
Brussels has one of the largest tram networks in the world. On one tram ride, it's not the journey or destination that pleases – it’s the food.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's elections are just weeks away with little clarity about how a likely win by a party that traditionally favours independence from China will go down with a neighbour that has threatened force to ensure the island never goes it alone.