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Bukit Larut's back door

Watch out! Machine guns to the right, landmines ahead!#8221; shouted Loh Taik Sze, a member of the Hash House Harriers (HHH) in Taiping. He was leading the eight of us on a climb up Bukit Larut via its #8220;back door#8221;, and we were now #8220;doing battle#8221; in the #8220;war zone#8221; of the primary jungles of this hill.

More than a mythical creature

Shrouded in mystery, and subject of myths, bats may not be everyone#8217;s favourite creature, but farmers know only too well that the mammal is important for pollinating flowers and spreading fruit seeds. Now, scientists have discovered that bats are crucial in the growth of a mangrove tree known to host fireflies.

Knowing the king of fruits

READER Effyza Diana asked: #8220;I like durian but I noticed that whenever I eat durian, I will put on weight. Is durian a healthy food?#8221;

'X' that nasty smell

Bothered by the unsavoury smells of cigarettes or toilets? Or perhaps the aroma from the kitchen is too overpowering? Try X-it from Norway.

Dumping ethics for profits

b>Mazilan Musa/bshares some of his depressing experiences travelling to Mukim Hulu Langat of Selangor recently.

Go on - have a good laugh

By SEAH CHIANG NEE

Sri Lanka has a lot to offer

Phuah Siew Beng says it's safe to visit Sri Lanka.

Cold comfort

Flu-ridden Mary Schneider tells it like it is.

How not to act so ‘ulu’ in Oz

By Tracy Boyce

Basic first aid

Mary Schneider on basic first aid, I>Baywatch/iand I>The Simpsons/I>, and how the three are inexplicably related.