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OKUMA, Japan (Reuters) - Takayuki Ueno did not hesitate one moment to expose himself to high radiation five years ago while searching for family members swept away by the tsunami that triggered meltdowns at the Fukushima nuclear plant.
Twenty years ago, the Sepang Besar River was as good as dead because of pollution but now it's clean – however, pollution concerns remain.
A vegetable garden lets staff understand their water footprint.
JOHOR BARU: Proper planning and strong support from the relevant parties and authorities are needed to ensure the success of the multi-billion-ringgit redevelopment of Johor Baru city centre.
Although flattered by talk of a future in Formula One, Danica Patrick is in no rush to give up her creature comforts just yet.
BELIEVING that science can one day bring back the dead, about 100 people have had their bodies frozen, or cryonically #8216;suspended#8217;, after death to prevent decay. The price to pay for full body preservation is RM456,000, and there are 1,000 applications pending - a reflection fo the burgeoning cryonics movement embraced by those who can afford to cheat death.