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Revelling in good food, fabulous weather, languid afternoon and all-nighters in one of the world's oldest civilisations, JAMIE KHOO and friends find the idyllic Mediterranean paradise of Greece a historical and cultural wonderland bursting with life.
WEEKS after the seas retreated, after the minutes of terror along hundreds of kilometres of coast, people on the rim of the Indian Ocean are emerging from their December morning's nightmare to a long, hard future of trying to recreate an obliterated past.
The Hawksbill, a medium-sized marine turtle (usually less than a metre long and weighing 40kg to 60kg) with elaborate coloured patterns on its shell and narrow pointed mouth reminiscent of a bird of prey, is facing extinction, according to World Conservation Union (IUCN).
In a move to save the endangered Hawksbill turtle and to combat poachers, Malacca fisheries authorities are now paying collectors RM1.30 per egg so that they would not sell the eggs on the black market.
In conjunction with their 20th anniversary, Taylor's College School of Hospitalityand Tourism journeyed to the East Coast in search of mouth-watering delights.BOEY PING PING joined the hunt.
It is not difficult to get authentic Malaysian food like I>nasi lemak/Iand I>teh tarik/Iin Beijing, as there are quite a number of Malaysian restaurants.
One would not have guessed that Yvonne Sim was once a tomboy who only got her first skirt when she was 16.