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Global goals thrown awry

Ong Kian Ming reviews SEPTEMBER 11 POLITICAL FREEDOM: Asian Perspectives edited by Uwe Johannen, Alan Smith and James Gomez.


Personal war stories

Somewhere between reporters and court stenographers, reservists record the details of war straight from the horses#8217; mouths for posterity, writes CHRISTIAN DAVENPORT.


Green cheer

LEBANON, a country whose fabled cedar trees have been revered since the sea-faring days of the Phoenicians, will host World Environment Day celebrations on June 5.


Graceful and gracious

When June Baharuddin decided to launch her new Galeri Tangsi in Kuala Lumpur, she chose the delicate and provocative subject of I>Vanity/I>. She roped in Italian/Brazilian artist and photographer Luiz Allegretti, whose forte is blending the classical with cutting edge. The star of the exhibition was a life-sized, black and white potrait of Sultanah Kalsom of Pahang.


Rice fit for a king

Two more types of rice are available to cater to the increasingly discerning tastes of Malaysian consumers, MAJORIE CHIEW reports.

Other Sport

India enter the final after draw with Pakistan

India held arch-rival Pakistan to a 4-4 draw in a heated encounter Saturday to set up another title shot against the Kookaburras in the Australia Challenge field hockey tournament.


In praise of songket

After successfully encouraging a revival of interest in the graceful I>kebaya/Iamong Malaysians, Datin Seri Endon Mahmood is now keen to create a renewed sense of appreciation for another classic, the I>kain songket/I>. She explains why and how to VERONICA SHUNMUGAM.


News in brief

News in brief AMDB, Nakamichi and Seloga.

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Asian news in brief

Asian news in brief including from Hong Kong that a court in Beijing is playing Richard Clayderman songs as background music to sooth the tempers of litigants during trials.


New York to send cops here

The New York Police Department (NYPD) is to station its officers in Malaysia and other South-East Asian countries as part of its own international intelligence-gathering network because it cannot depend on US federal agencies like the FBI and CIA to do so.