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About the Malaysian Institute of Art

THE Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA) was founded in 1967 as a non-profit making organisation. This means that profits are not put into the pockets of the president or directors but are instead chanelled towards the school's facilities and students' welfare, says MIA vice-president Choong Kam Kow.

Justice for the women

Women#8217;s issues will not go away, even when they lapse from public view. With today being International Women#8217;s Day, TAN LEE KUEN takes a look at what women#8217;s groups have been doing this past year.

Rexton raises the ante

Driving the RX280 is a cinch.It is silky smooth and powerful thanks to its 2.8 litre six-cylinder twin-cam engine says b>Louis Cheang./b>

Charity run

Compiled by LEONG SIOK HUI

Journalist wins prize

I>The Star/Ichalked up another achievement when I>StarWeekend /I>journalist, Andrew Sia, was declared the Best Malaysian Writer for Sabah Tourism Articles during the glittering Sabah Tourism Awards 2003 ceremony graced by Chief Minister Datuk Chong Kah Kiat in Kota Kinabalu recently.

Even more activities

For a little place, Brunei is pretty big on sports #8212; outdoorsy stuff, in particular. Your pick: rockclimbing, sailing, mountain-biking, kayaking, or diving. And all this happens within a 15-minute drive from downtown BSB.

A new frontier

Brunei conjures images of an old Sultanate of vast wealth, and ... well, that#8217;s it really. Who could have guessed that some of Asia#8217;s most thrilling eco-adventures can be found right in Brunei#8217;s backyard. ERIK FEARN reports.

Sticking to principles

HILARY CHIEW speaks to the man who helped to kick off Malaysia#8217;s green movement.

Going with the flow

DR ONG HEAN-TATT claims that the principles of the ancient Water Dragon Classic can be explained by modern science.

Zooming in on the truth

Artist, filmmaker and environmentalist Jo Luping, who hails from Kota Kinabalu, has made her mark in New Zealand where she spent her formative years. MUMTAJ BEGUM met Luping in Kuala Lumpur last month.