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The cheongsam has it origins in the clothing of Manchu women of the Qing Dynasty. A nip here and a tuck there, and the cheongsam as we know it was born. Long sleeves were shortened considerably, the slit on the skirt was slashed higher, and while the cleavage is still hidden, the tight outline of the bust, waist and hip tantalised the imagination.
AN UNMANNED Russian resupply craft lifted off on Sunday from the Baikonour Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, carrying mail, food, propellants and scientific equipment to the International Space Station #8211; the multibillion-dollar and partially completed platform whose uncertain future became more so after the space shuttle Columbia disaster.
A DECADE ago, the luxury German carmaker Daimler-Benz #8211; now the DaimlerChrysler company #8211; embarked on a project in Brazil to use coconut fibre for vehicle components. Para University recently recognised DaimlerChrysler#8217;s contribution by awarding Mathias Kleinert, vice-president of external affairs and public policy at DaimlerChrysler, an honorary doctorate.
THE future is here as Japan recently launched #8216;green cars#8217; which run on fuel cells, writes CHANG-RAN KIM.
FEMALE cheetahs at the Bronx Zoo in New York just love Calvin Klein#8217;s Obsession for Men. No, they don#8217;t dab their favourite perfume behind their ears, but they do enjoy rubbing up against tree stumps sprayed with it.
WHEN it comes to turbo units, Mitsubishi knows its stuff. This was evident in the exciting stint we recently had with its Storm Evo. This time around, it was another fire-breathing animal in the guise of the Airtrek Turbo-R. LOUIS CHEANG writes.