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Equestrian enthusiasts from around the world are expected to congregate in Kuala Lumpur for the FEI World Cup show jumping final from April 26 to 30.
Yasmin Ahmad, the director of the Best Asian Film reveals some tips on movie-making -and perhaps life. ANDREW SIA comes away inspired.
The 40th anniversary of Singapore's separation from Malaysia is inspiring artistic mergers from both sides of the Causeway, writes CLARA CHOW.
Well-known personalities on Najip Ali's provocative talk show certainly don't expect to be served just plain I>Kopi O Teh Tarik/I>. MELODY L. GOH has a cuppa with the famously wacky host who makes his guests do outrageous things.
Water is a resource likely to have more impact on the world#8217;s future than even the Iraq war, said activists at the just concluded World Water Council#8217;s third World Water Forum in Kyoto. Half the world#8217;s population may not have enough of it by 2025. Small wonder then that the bottled water business is so attractive. Nowhere more so than in dry Australia, writes ILSA SHARP from Perth.
FEW people in Malaysia are familiar with the name Tsai Ming-liang, but the rest of the world have recognised him as a great Malaysian director of artistic films. ALLAN KOAY finds out more about this home-grown talent who has been impressing the world with hsi intelligent and complex works.