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In early May, the world's largest cruise ship, Freedom of the Seas, cast anchor in Southampton, England. LEONG SIOK HUI flew over to get a sneak preview of the ship's many firsts.
What has China, specifically Beijing, has to do with London? Plenty! The main link - Olympics Games in Beijing 2008 and London 2012. Since Chinese New Year, London has been awash with things oriental for its 'China in London' festival, now on till end March 2006, reports KEE HUA CHEE.
Although there are many interesting photographs that catch the eye at the Paintings and Photographs (1954 - 2005) exhibition, the works of three talents stand out.
Once a dying breed, the traditional barber has reinvented himself and emerged as an indispensable part of the grooming industry. ALLAN KOAY checks out the enduring appeal of these modern-day Edward Scissorhands.
Malaysia is losing out in the current boom in global electronics because the country's labour-shortage-hit component manufacturers are unable to meet their orders.
MORE than 200 Indian hair salons in Johor are facing closure due to a lack of barbers, reported I>Malaysia Nanban/I>.