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Watch out! Machine guns to the right, landmines ahead!#8221; shouted Loh Taik Sze, a member of the Hash House Harriers (HHH) in Taiping. He was leading the eight of us on a climb up Bukit Larut via its #8220;back door#8221;, and we were now #8220;doing battle#8221; in the #8220;war zone#8221; of the primary jungles of this hill.
TO commemorate the United Nations International Year of Freshwater, we will run a series of articles to highlight the problem of water shortages, the conservation options available and strategies that are being adopted to ensure a continuous flow of clean water. In this first instalment, HILARY CHIEW looks at the quality of our rivers.
KHATIJAH Ibrahim grows her garden in little nooks and crannies in her hall and dining area. Well, it#8217;s not quite a garden in the real but it is still no less lovingly #8220;planted#8221;. But instead of soil and pots, her blooms are contained on four-tiered shelves. These contain her generous collection of Royal Albert fine china tableware.
Since last Thursday, leaders from 113 countries have converged in Kuala Lumpur for the 13th Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement to discuss ways to improve economic cooperation among the 114 NAM members and issues affecting the world, particularly the possibility of an Iraqi invasion by American and British troops. While calls for peace and stability have been made, will the (super)powers that be listen?
AGGRESSIVE foreigners of the scaly, slimy and furry kind are invading Japan, threatening its delicate island ecosystem. Tons of black bass and blue gill are hauled up from the historic Lake Biwa every week as the country steps up efforts to wipe out the voracious American fish. In other parts of the country, a host of invasive flora and fauna poses a growing threat to native plants and animals. MARK WAGNER reports.
What does it feel to be on the #8216;top of Europe #8217;? SHEILA TEH takes a train ride to the Jungfraujoch and catches her breath.
Stressed out, wiped out, cried out, played out #8211; but I>toyzzed/Iout? To fully comprehend the meaning of this newly coined phrase, all you have to do is take a trip to fantasyland by walking down the aisles of the Toy and Fantasy Museum at The Summit, Subang USJ, which opened its doors last December.