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GEORGE TOWN: Many small-and-medium-sized Malaysian entrepreneurs who are taking part in the China-Asean Expo in Nanning, China, are enjoying brisk business, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.
BENTONG: His search for a flavoursome durian ended 28 years ago in Tanah Merah, Kelantan, when he found the “king” of the King of Fruits.
ONE man’s meat is another man’s poison – the proverb holds true for people’s responses to durian. You either loathe the pulpy-creamy, sweet and stinky fruit or love it so much you strike gold by exporting it.
A RESTAURANT that serves deep fried sea cucumbers with mung bean soup or tau suan for dessert, tells a lot about the owner and the dedication that has gone into the research and development of ingredients used in the menu.
UNLESS you are a durian purist who only believes in eating durian in its natural form and abhor any confectionery made with durian, you’ll love durian crepe.
Chef challenges the norm to include fresh ideas in presenting Chinese dishes.
The famed ‘Raja Kunyit’ durian from Tanah Merah in Kelantan was renamed in Pahang before spreading its wings to China.
CONCORDE Hotel Kuala Lumpur has once again been crowned champion in the Durian category this time under The Star Mooncake Awards 2019, defending the title won in the award’s last edition.
SEPANG: More people in China will be able to enjoy one of Malaysia’s best durians after the first chartered flight flew 20 tonnes of whole Musang King to Henan province.
SEPANG: The first chartered flight with shipments of whole Musang King durian fruits is on its way to Henan province in China and more are expected to follow soon.