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Unveiling the different facets of Perak’s undiscovered gem
Engaging local communities in stopping the wildlife trade means providing them with alternate sources of income that does not depend on the jungles where they live.
Rare traditional Malaysian fruits like mentega, salak, setar, bacang, mundu and bidara are becoming increasingly hard to find, with some even in danger of extinction.
Muslims in Malaysia bond over a light meal of moreh, used to describe the meal shared after the terawih prayers during Ramadan.
Langit Collective collects and sells surplus rice produced by subsistence farmers in Long Semadoh, Sarawak, and sells it to consumers and chefs in Peninsula Malaysia.
With development encroaching on animal habitats, more and more confrontations between humans and displaced animals are occurring.
Malaysia’s Wildlife and National Parks Department is on the front lines of the struggle to stop poachers and smugglers from driving our wildlife into extinction. Its director-general speaks exclusively to The Star about measures he is taking to stem the tide.
If you want to try something different on a hike, Malaysia offers some remarkable jungle and mountain trails.
Frustrated with the lack of effective moisturisers for her son’s skin condition, a Malaysian scientist and her students developed their own moisturising cream filled with natural anti-inflammatory ingredients.
Developments in radiotherapy for the treatment of breast cancer.