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Lifestyle

When eyes speak

By YVONNE LEE SHU YEE

Education

Good old way of play

Playing with soft toys and action figures can train kids to think out of the box and develop their imagination. HARIATI AZIZAN looks at such #8220;educational#8221; toys as wellas board games on offer in the stores.

Other Sport

Wallaby captain Gregan hints at retirement

Australia captain George Gregan has hinted he might quit before the 2007 World Cup, despite having just signed a new three-year deal with the twice world champions.

Other Sport

Hot-headed Rooney needs looking after, warns Sir Bobby

Wayne Rooney's petulant display against Spain last week has prompted one of the game's elder statesmen Sir Bobby Robson to suggest the teenage England striker needs guidance rather than criticism.

Lifestyle

The cost of modern living

How much does it cost to live in a modern Malaysian city? LYNETTE MOEY explores the cost of living where a cart of groceries can set you back RM120.

Lifestyle

Moulin Rogue: Lewd, loud and proud of it

Easily the world's most famous cabaret, the Moulin Rouge is a major Paris attraction. This was where the scandalous French can-can originated. Its latest production, Feeri, continues to pack in the crowds nightly with its explosive show of sequins, feathers, rhinestones, bugle beads and enough glitter to light up a Christmas tree, reports KEE HUA CHEE.

Community

Charitable focus for feat of clay

A GROUP of ceramic enthusiasts who called themselves the #8220;Pattio Potters#8221; recently put their talent and creative works to a good cause by holding an exhibition-cum-charity sale in aid of a heart patient, five-year-old Nur Alissa Abdul Aziz.

Community

Little delights

The popular ''all-you-can-eat'' promotion is back at the Peach Garden Chinese Restaurant, Hotel Istana. Indulge in succulent dim sum served specially for breakfast and lunch.

Other Sport

Bodybuilder in line for reward after winning world title

Malaysia's top bodybuilder Sazali Samad has plenty to cheer about when he welcomes the first day of the I>Syawal/Imonth with his close family members at home today.

Education

Movie magic

What better way to spend the school holidays than to catch up with movie watching and channel surfing? It may not be the most industrious or beneficial way to spend your time but heck, it's a load of fun!