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Taiwan chicken treat for Ipoh folks

MALAYSIANS will soon have their first taste of Taiwan#8217;s popular #8220;charcoal grilled chicken#8221; from the original makers when the I>SK Chicken/Ifranchise comes to Ipoh by early next month.

New year, new teaching tools

Tens of thousands of teachers will begin teaching this year with the aid of notebooks, LCDs and other new teaching and educational tools. In fact, 2003 will see many changes in schools.

Politicians should not create ill feelings

From MICHAEL NG of Seremban(I>via e-mail/I>).

Journey into Cambodia

Even today, the aura of grandeur and power still emanates from Cambodia#8217;s enigmatic Khmer past, attracting travellers from near and far to one of the most beautiful monuments ever built #8211; the majestic Angkor temples.

Seeking out Malacca's side-lane stalls

Mention Malaccan food, and Nyonya and Portuguese come to mind. Some of the most delicious food stalls are sited on the most incredible side lanes and five-foot ways. We#8217;ve picked out a few of the best.

Founder taking popular Mecca-Cola to the Middle East

#8220;Mecca-Cola#8221; inventor Tawfik Mathlouthi is bringing his popular product to the Middle East, confident that in troubled times a politicised soft drink will sell in the heart of the Islamic world.

Marrybrown Asia outlets growing

MALAYSIA#146;S leading local fast-food firm Marrybrown Fried Chicken Sdn Bhd, which will be opening its first Marrybrown Family Restaurant in Colombo, Sri Lanka, in April, plans to open outlets in four other countries in two years.

As a model Islamic state we must develop our own R&D

By Mazilan Musa Senior Fellow/Director Centre for Economics, Social Study and Technology

Big breweries buy into Mideast malt business

They've got the body and the head of beer, the taste of a fruity soft drink and - all-important in a part of the world where Islam's ban on drinking alcohol is taken seriously by many - some even have a clerical stamp of approval.

PM: Muslims can still go on haj despite economic uncertainties

Muslims in Malaysia can still afford to perform the haj without any obstacles despite global economic uncertainties, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad said.