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Penang will not follow Perlis in imposing a night-to-dawn curfew on its young people, said Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Dr Hilmi Yahaya. While the move to impose the curfew for youths aged 18 and below was made with good intention, it was not practical; especially when the young people needed to go out at night to work or study, he said.
BERJAYA Land Bhd#039;s general manager of property division Mah Siew Wan is excited about Seputeh Heights, a gated and guarded enclave of some 108 bungalow lots developed by Selat Makmur, a subsidiary of Berjaya Land, in Taman Seputeh area.
B>L/B>am Kei Seafood Restaurant in Segambut, KL, is not much to look at, simply furnished and spartan in décor, but the crowds come in droves #8211; locals, Singaporeans and Japanese #8211; packing the restaurant on Sundays and public holidays.
Hai Keng Restaurant may lack traditional marble tables and dark wooden chairs that typify the traditional Chinese coffee-shop, there's no denying the authenticity of the food, and yes, even the atmosphere.
Just over 20 years ago, Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia, was a city on its knees. It housed a mere 50,000 souls, mostly rampaging Khmer Rouge. Its finest public buildings, hotels, embassies and office blocks were either occupied by soldiers, their prisoners or by nobody at all.
DESPITE the impact of SARS, construction of the urban transportation system in Beijing has been going ahead smoothly. It will provide a quick, safe and environmentally-friendly traffic system for the 2008 Olympic Games.
Whether it is old French architecture, relics of the American war, floating markets, great hawker food or natural attractions that interest you, Vietnam has them all. Just make sure you have at least two weeks to spare when you go.