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‘State govts play vital role in tourism’

PASIR PUTEH: Tourism Malaysia is counting on all parties, particularly state governments, to help it achieve its goal of 30 million tourist arrivals in conjunction with Visit Malaysia 2020, says its senior director (domestic and events) Mohd Nasir Kushairi.

We are not ‘stupid’ or ‘stinky’

WHEN she turned 10, her dream of going to school finally came true for Nora Kantin, a Temiar from Gua Musang, Kelantan.

It’s national heritage personified

PETALING JAYA: From the majestic Sultan Abdul Samad building to the lush greenery of our national parks, Malaysians know the country is not short of places that display our national heritage.

Nazri: I have no problem with Ku Nan as sec-gen

KUALA LUMPUR: Padang Rengas lawmaker Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz has no hard feelings over the decision to retain Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor as the Barisan Nasional secretary-general.

Nazri: No hard feelings over BN sec-gen position

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz says he has no hard feelings over the decision to retain Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor as the Barisan Nasional secretary-general.

Craftsman to keep wayang kulit alive

JOHOR BARU: Making wayang kulit puppets is a dying craft and Sapari Sukarjo is worried the skills will soon be forgotten.

Looking beyond ECRL’s past

Cancelling the East Coast rail project dominated news headlines recently, but renegotiations are actually still ongoing. So what is cooking?

A Hainanese village in Terengganu

KEMAMAN: They number only about 500 people today. And despite living in a largely Malay surrounding, the Hainanese community here has managed to keep its culture and traditions alive.

Exhibition on 1930s research by French ethnologist

THE Embassy of France is holding a month-long ethnology exhibition based on the research by a French ethnologist, Jeanne Cuisinier, in Kelantan circa 1930s, at the Kelantan Public Library Corporation (KPLC) in Kota Baru.

Suhakam event attracts 200 people

PETALING JAYA: About 200 people watched plays and listened to speeches during the Human Rights Day 2018 celebration organised by the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) at Padang Timur here.