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Beijing Municipal passes law to punish park violators

TOURISTS who scare, attack, trap or harm animals, or make campfires or barbecues, or pick or dig up plants in parks will be fined from 50 yuan (RM23) to 100 yuan (RM46), according to a new regulation.

Into the wilds

Photographer Ong Soon Hin and LEONG SIOK HUI had joined a group of Singaporean kids and their parents on an outdoor excursion to Endau-Rompin National Park in Johor.

KFCH to sell all non-core assets

KFC Holdings (M) Bhd (KFCH) will be selling its non-core, non-related assets including Wisma KFC,as part of its efforts to streamline operations to remain focused, said managing director Johari Abdul Ghani.

Chicken run

It is helpful to know the various labelling terms once chicken gets to the market, so here's almost everything you ever wanted to know about the bird.

Caught by a cold snap

b>By Wong Sai Wan/b>

Brisk sales at Taman Tasik Indah

CRYSTAL Hill Properties Sdn Bhd has seen brisk sale of its Taman Tasik Indah project in Jalan Ipoh with 40% of 310 units of upmarket three-storey terrace houses snapped up during the pre-launch sale.

PMB looking at six A380s for MAS

PENERBANGAN Malaysia Bhd (PMB), the holding company for Malaysia Airlines, is in negotiations with Airbus Industrie to buy at least six units of A380, the world#039;s largest passenger jetliner.

Four-month ban on nest collection

The Sarawak Forestry Department and the National Parks and Wildlife Department have imposed a four-month ban on the harvesting and collection of edible bird's nest in the prehistoric Niah caves.

New Year Resolutions

Readers share their resolutions on how to improve their English.

Bliss in the city

In that classic children's story. 'Town Mouse and Country Mouse', a city rodent visits his cousin in the 'ulu' and vice versa. Both end up hating each other's lifestyle because it's so strange and different and neither can wait to get back to what they are used to. The classic tale suggests we are all creatures of habit and familiarity, and that pulling up one's roots and replanting them in a new environment is next to impossible. But a young couple and a retiree who exchanged one lifestyle for a completely different one offer a new take on the simple tale. REENA GURBAKSH finds out why a country mouse bolted for the city and why a town mouse headed for the hills.