The Aso (Latin:Helvinus) is a 63-kilometre (39mi) river in the Marche region of Italy. For most of its course the river marks the boundary between the provinces of Ascoli Piceno and Fermo
The river’s source is in the Monti Sibillini, near Foce in the Commune of Montemonaco, at an elevation of 950 metres (3,120ft). The Aso flows through the settlements of Tofe, San Giorgio all’Isola, Illice, Piane, Comunanza, Montecchio, Madonna del Lago, Aso and Rubbianello before entering the Adriatic Sea at Pedaso, where it delivers a mean discharge of 2.6 cubic metres per second (92cuft/s).
The Alam Shah Science School (ASiS) is a lower and upper secondary residential school located at Bandar Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur. The school was established on 16 June 2003, on the Sekolah Alam Shah site, which the latter left for a new site in Putrajaya.
As an outcome of Razak Report, Sekolah Alam Shah (SAS) was formed on 7 February 1963 at Kampung Congo (now Bandar Tun Razak), Cheras, Kuala Lumpur. However, just several months after its 40th anniversary celebration, SAS was relocated to a new modern school complex in Putrajaya. The Education Ministry then did not take long to make use of the still largely operational old premises. On 16 June 2003 a new school came into being on the site whilst still carrying the name of the fifth Selangor Ruler, the Alam Shah Science School.
ASiS campus is located in the outskirts of metropolitan Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia. The atmosphere is natural with old trees left untouched, including fruit trees like rambutans and durians. This contributes to the leafy areas around the school, besides giving students the chance to handpick fresh fruits during the seasons. The school site covers 34 acres, comprising three administration and classroom buildings, four hostel blocks, one dining hall, one teachers' apartment, one staff apartment, six teachers' quarters and a principal's bungalow.