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The ‘good’ problem of a city’s growth brings with it the inevitable – increasing density and traffic congestion – an urgent issue that must be addressed.
SALMAH Ismail, or better known as Saloma, was born in Singapore in 1935. She passed away in Assunta Hospital, Petaling Jaya on April 25, 1983.
Sprains and strains are very common injuries that affect muscles and ligaments.
AFTER the beautiful Princess Aurora pricks her finger on a spindle on her 16th birthday, she falls into a deep slumber from which she can only wake up from if she gets kissed by a Prince.
The Autumn/Winter 2014 collections are the perfect complement to the watches seen at this year’s Time Kulture exhibition.
Does a painting work for the space? Or vice versa? Core Design Gallery’s latest exhibition explores this very notion.
It’s a big world out there, with much to explore, so travel websites with crowd-sourced reviews make a good tool for those planning a vacation.
Angels In America, baring a bold sense of irony and moral insight, is a theatre experience to savour.
Hands Percussion gets ambitious with its gamelan show series featuring ballet favourites.