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Archive for April, 2010
Taugeh or bean sprouts is yet another Ipoh iconic product. It is as synonymous with the city as pomelo and Menglembu groundnuts.
A trade exposition in June at Stadium Indera Mulia Ipoh will herald the entry of China into Malaysia, and Perak has, unwittingly, become the beneficiary.
The need for a good viable commercial airport in Ipoh has been felt ever since Air Asia abandoned the Sultan Azlan Shah Airport in 2006, citing unsuitable runway as the reason.
SeeFoon Goes Down Memory Lane to Luen Fong, Tanjung Tualang.
What is the magic ingredient that most parents, if not all, wish their kids possessed when it came to homework time?
Pantai Hospital celebrated its Family Day on Sunday, April 18 at the Lost World of Tambun.
In conjunction with HRH Sultan of Perak 82nd birthday, a cake-presentation ceremony was held at the reception hall of Istana Kinta, Ipoh, on Saturday, April 15.
The Perak Girl Guides Association took time off to interact with the Orang Asli community in Kampong Lata Kinjang recently.
The Perak Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry recently held a briefing for its members to put all necessary internal procedures in place early to ensure they are GST ready.
Anyone passing Jalan Wu Lean Teh in Hock Lee Garden will not fail to notice a beautiful landscaped garden around a children’s playground and on the road shoulder in front of the houses.