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A SINGAPOREAN mother once tried to explain this foggy phenomenon to her son by telling him that 'the whole of Singapore is smoking.' The boy replied: 'No, Singapore is taking in second-hand smoke.'
Although Indonesian Foreign Minister Hassan Wirayuda firmly rejected the United States' request that it join the Proliferation Security Initiatives (PSI) during the visit of the US Secretary of State to Indonesia last March, President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono is having second thoughts.
Transmile Group Bhd is targeting more destinations in China in a bid to tap one of the world's fastest growing air-cargo markets.
Skydiving is deemed a daredevil's sport and a tad too risky for the average Joe. LEONG SIOK HUI took the plunge and lived to tell the tale.
In the early morning before the final stage of the 2005 Dakar rally, the motorbike riders knelt on the beach and faced the Atlantic Ocean, holding a simple banner with the words 'Ciao Fabrizio'.
You've bagged the 10 highest peaks in the country, got tired of running Class III rapids on a raft, dived in most of the hot diving spots in the region, and ran your first triathlon. Now what? If you need new or tougher challenges to keep the adrenaline juice flowing, check out our adventure list and start planning.
Indonesia said yesterday it could not accept Australia's proposed new maritime security zone, saying it infringed on Indonesian waters and violated freedom of navigation.
ROSEDIE DIN learnt flying in Royal Selangor Flying Club in 2002. After he received his Private Pilot Licence (PPL), he bought a plane in Australia, which is now based at the Lilydale Airport in Yarra Valley, an hour's drive from Melbourne. Recently, Rosedie and his wife, Fong Ling, flew to Milawa for a gourmet experience. Here is his story.
The Toyota PM #8211; for Personal Mobility #8211; a single person vehicle that the manufacturer says is designed to #8220;meet, link and hang out#8221;. LOUIS CHEANG has the story.
A UK-based recreational maritime company called Sunsail offers RYA-accredited courses on recreational sailing.b>Deepak Gill/btries goes sailing away in Langkawi.