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Sudan may be turning around its ailing economy, but Africa's largest country is also struggling to rid itself of the bad guy image. Sudanese Ambassador to Malaysia Mohamed Adam Ismail speaks to PAUL GABRIEL on what he terms as his country's peaceful development objectives.
RAEL, leader of the Raelians. Who believes that life on Earth was created by aliens from outer space. Who claims to have met the aliens himself. Whose follower produced the first #8216;human clone#8217;. Who is this man who has the world#8217;s scientific and religious communities on edge, debating teh moreality of recreating people in labs?
THE Hawaiian Islands emerged from the ocean fuming and angry, but nature turned gracious and cloaked the steaming volcanic rock with a mantle of splendour.
Whatever the mood, outfit or occasion, Maganda Styles has the bag for you. Their hand-woven totes in vibrant hues will add pizzazz to any fashionista#8217;s wardrobe, writes ALICE CHING.
A love of flowers has taken one local jewellery designer from Negri Sembilan to a posh London boutique.
WHEN The Alila Ubud brochures tempt you with promises of whisking you #8220;away from it all#8221;, it isn#8217;t a marketing gimmick. Perched above the sacred Ayung River gorge and surrounded by fertile farmland, The Alila is one of the most dramatic but serene spots for a holiday.
Many think of Kuantan as a sleepy hollow, but the town today boasts restaurants and cafes that will impress even the more urbane out-of-towners. The unassuming Little Viet Nam is a case in point.