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WHETHER it is a road accident, a fire, a landslide or any other calamity, these men will be there in the thick of action, driven by a common goal: to rescue the wounded. In an emergency, every second counts and it is often a race against time as they battle overwhelming odds to save precious lives.
Reka Art Space, the newest art space in the Klang Valley, was officially launched last week. Amid the presence of arts practitioners gathered to congratulate owner Chee Sek Thim, the gallery's first exhibiting artist, David Tay, smiled proudly. Tay and Chee tell VERONICA SHUNMUGAM about Tay's adventures in art.
On Monday, the Professional Cultural Center Orchestra will become the first Chinese orchestra to appear at the Dewan Filharmonik Petronas. JASON CHEAH looks back at the founding of one of Malaysia's premiere Chinese orchestras and looks forward to its plans for the year.
A quick look around the major art spaces in the Klang Valley reveals an interesting start to the year in art, writes artist VICTOR CHIN.
The Indian star tortoise is a common sight in pet shops. Charmed by the exquisite star-burst patterns on its shell, many pet lovers may be tempted to carry home a specimen or two, little realising that they are feeding a flourishing international trade in exotic - and sometimes endangered - pets.
That first night in Langkawi, 13 years ago, When Wolfgang Sauer first arrived in Langkawi, Kedah he had the feeling that this is it. He've arrived at a place that feels like home.
Summer Place are wonderful food, excellent service and unpretentious décor to be enjoyed. And best of all, wastage is charged per I>à la carte/Iserving - an excellent policy, given the Malaysian gastronomic predisposition to excess.