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An artist shows how she can express her creativity through glass and paint, the result of which are saleable art pieces. TUNKU SHAHARIAH reports.
British scientists at the cutting edge of physics fashion have come up with #8220;the new black#8221; #8211; a material darker than any other made on Earth.
'Classic' is a word that's thrown around a lot by publishers. But we shouldn't be too quick to apply that label, writes Prof LIM CHEE SENG. He takes a look at some universally acclaimed texts to see what makes a true classic.
Hold on to that weave! The elegant but somewhat crusty Thai silk is undergoing an image makeover and emerging a winner in the style stakes. REENA GURBAKSH takes a look at fashion#8217;s new silken story.
On May 27, St Petersburg celebrated its 300th anniversary. In conjunction with that a photo exhibition called I>St Petersburg: A 300th Birthday Tribute of People and Palaces in Photographs Around 1900/Iis on till July 27 in London, reports KEE HUA CHEE.
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.
A visiting Christie#8217;s expert clues in JOHNNI WONG on what#8217;s hot in the international auction market.
CHRISTIE#8217;S Chinese ceramics and works of art director and department head Pola Antebi#8217;s recent visit to KL was primarily to generate interest in the rare goodies going under the hammer in the forthcoming Hong Kong auctions from July 6-8 at the Chater House.