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March 29, 2020 Special Reports
Get the facts right on Coronavirus, get the facts straight. Understand how the virus work, how it transmits, where it wants to go, do the right things not to get the virus nor pass it to others, then we don’t have anything to worry about nor panic,  argues Toronto hailed Canadian physician Dr Peter Lin, in a YouTube talk watched by more than two million.
March 29, 2020 Special Reports
AFTER the 2nd World War, the Straits Steamships and other coastal shipping companies reestablished their regular weekly service to the Malayan and British Borneo Ports.
March 29, 2020 Special Reports
THERE are many varieties of ornamental palms in cultivation in gardens, parks and open spaces throughout the world today.  Each kind has its own peculiar characteristics and styles, and thus they do appear to be attractive, winsome and appealing to a great number of people everywhere.
March 22, 2020 Special Reports
I FEEL privileged to speak about someone who I have known for many years, maybe 30 years or so. Somehow we became very close. He used to share with me a lot of things that he had never spoken about in public life. A lot about the history of the formation of Malaysia and things like that. Maybe he felt that me as a journalist should know. It’s one of those things that journalists have the privilege. We earn the trust and confidence of leaders and when leaders think that there’s something that needs to be told and for us to know, they think we are the right people to talk to.
March 15, 2020 Special Reports
TWO weeks ago, we reported how Terengganu squandered and threw away its biggest and most awesome turtle in the world – the leatherback turtle, because of good-intentioned but ignorant practices.
March 15, 2020 Special Reports
IT is difficult to imagine a world without trees, save for the desert, ice-clad mountain tops, or the North and South Poles, or perhaps some other places such as inside a volcano.
March 15, 2020 Special Reports
SINALAU Bakas (wild boar meat) is synonymous to the people of Sabah, especially in the interior.
March 15, 2020 Special Reports
THE best thing in life is to be free to do what you’re passionate of. Maria Sho, a housewife of over 40 years, never lets negative thoughts linger. She said her time is spent on equipping herself to learn soft skills, reading books and charity work, among others.
March 08, 2020 Special Reports
WEEDS may be weeds, and they are defined as such for growing in places where not wanted. It is a definition crafted by humans to suit their needs. Similarly, many consumer items end up in places where they too, like weeds, are not wanted as many of the items are simply bought without any thought or singular focus on its use or suitability.  They soon begin to clutter corridors, store rooms, office space, etc. in the same way that weed growth and proliferation can clutter gardens and walkways. Interestingly, it is not just with plants, weeds and things, but oftentimes, one hears even of human trash, meaning to say that there are some categories of people who, just like weeds, should not be there but are worming around in deep wormholes in an atmosphere of little or zero welcome.
March 08, 2020 Special Reports
FOH Sang in Luyang, as far as some people can remember, is a place for everything – from eateries, grocery shopping, night market, hair salons to traditional Chinese medicines, among others.
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