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At the Cook with Shuk cooking class in Langkawi, LEONG SIOK HUI not only learned how to whip up tasty beef rendang and sambal belacan, but also got a crash course in architectural history.
One person's love affair with all things English leads him to become a theatre director in London, writes MELODY L. GOH.
I>1,000 Places to See Before You Die/Iis a book for over-achievers (obviously). Review by TEE SHIAO EEK.
Eighteen finalists of Malaysia Chinese Cosmos 2005 spent the day in Penang as part of their pre-contest publicity activities.
At first mention, ThaiExpress may sound like a fast food restaurant. The truth, however, is far from it.
MyPENANG - Review by AUGUSTINE WONG
It's been just a year since Hong Kong's first boutique hotel opened, and it has already creating ripples on the island's Causeway Bay, a bustling shopper's paradise.
With connecting flights from Indonesia and Thailand, Kuala Lumpur is fast staking its claim on the South-East Asian backpacker circuit. TOM ABBOTT ventures out to 'test-drive' two of the city's most popular budget hotels.
By WONG CHUN WAI
VIBRANT changes are underway in the local retail front and shoppers can look forward to more comfort and leisure when they next step into their favourite shopping centres and street shops. With lifestyle as the new buzzword, industry players are working hard to put their best forward to get ahead of the competition. I>StarBiz /I>assistant news editor ANGIE NG and journalist PANG HONG YEE checked out on the latest in the industry.