My wife has added a new collection of beautiful plants with colourful leaves. You are welcome to use these images.
Last weekend, we visited a few relatives in the Malaysian northern state of Perak. We also admired about 20 140-year old rain trees at the Lake Garden, Taiping. The rain trees were planted by British botanists in 1880s. We were sure that the rain trees were maintained by Malay gardeners. The rain trees are like […]
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.
We had a short trip to Perlis last weekend. During this period, the mango trees, named sweet and fragrant mango (harum manis in Malay) are flowering profusely now. The sweet and fragrant mango fruits will be ready to be plucked by May, 2019. Be sure to visit Perlis during that time. Perlis shares its border […]
Nasi dagang, “trader’s dish” is a dish of rice and curry. Ubiquitous in the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia, it is a popular meal for breakfast as “nasi lemak” is in the west coast. It can even be found in the Southern Thai provinces of Narathiwat, Yala and Pattani. Nasi dagang or “trader’s rice” in […]
This blog has been established for a while now. We are now incorporating an eCommerce feature in the blog to help readers and general internet users to purchase downloads as well as a range of foods containing bioactives based on our research and works. The downloads include: eBook covering topics in innovation and management eThesis […]
Our “Rambutan” Fruits Ready to be Harvested if the Monkeys Do Not Get Them First