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PORT KLANG: While many prayer items to usher in the Chinese New Year have been simplified, there is a family here who still make pagoda candy the traditional way.
The Philippines opened a zoo on Wednesday (Jan 19) as a makeshift vaccination centre in the hope its elephants and eagles can attract young and elderly people hesitant about getting inoculated against Covid-19.
MANILA (Reuters) - The Philippines opened a zoo on Wednesday as a makeshift vaccination centre in the hope its elephants and eagles can attract young and elderly people hesitant about getting inoculated against COVID-19.
THE RM4mil Kinta Riverwalk redevelopment project in Ipoh, Perak, is now complete and boasts new attractions.
FOREIGN direct investment (FDI) has long been viewed as an important catalyst of economic development. It contributes to job creation, productivity growth and infrastructure development, all of which lead to greater living standards and higher economic growth.
IPOH: The Perak government gives assurances that the development of tourism products at the Kinta Riverwalk here will not be a "white elephant".
‘Bad boys’ or good lawmakers? A look at the year’s first fiery exchanges between Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam and new legislators
Several Beijing loyalists adopted an adversarial stance as self-styled “bad boys” daring to hold the government accountable at the inaugural meeting of the new legislative term in Hong Kong on Wednesday.
Klang Valley folks eager to escape the concrete jungle can explore these domestic destinations that will surely leave them in awe of nature’s beauty.
IPOH: After the recent floods that ravaged many parts of the country, Perak’s Sultan Nazrin Muizzuddin Shah says the country must fulfil its commitment to conservation efforts.
Area in Changkat Kinding hilly and covered with forest, say farmers.