We are starting to enjoy our ripe rambutans, which are sweet and watery. My wife’s orchid is flowering after a long wait. Please be free to use our images for your web activities and brochures.
At our small fruit garden at the back of our house in Seremban, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia, snails are a menace, eating young papaya leaves through the night. These slow-moving snails can be found in the morning before they manage to hide under the stones and small logs or run across my neighbour’s fence. We will […]
New energy technologies require mineral resources such as copper, cobalt and lithium. A shift in the global energy system from fossil fuels- driven by cost reductions that are making new technologies are increasingly competitive and by government policies to fight global warming and local pollution-is expected to result in steep increases in demand for some […]
We have created a new category, Economic Matters, which features economic topics which would be useful to innovators in understanding how economies work. Today, we highlighted the article written by Martin Wolf, a well-known economist of Financial Times, on 29th, May, 2019. According to Martin Wolf, the state is the most important of all our […]