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Every morning, the professors and students come to Basra University and watch one more donkey pull one more load of loot from the place. Every morning, they stand around and look at the wreckage of what was once one of Iraq's premier institutions of higher learning and ask: How? Why?
The past and present come alive at the newly opened Asian Civilisations Museum in Singapore. A few hours in this fascinating place is not enough, VERONICA SHUNMUGAM discovers.
The legendary Swiss hotelier Cesar Ritz (1850-1918) once said, #8220;Never say no when a client asks for something even if it is the moon.#8221; Today, Ritz#8217;s maxim sets the standard for Ritz-Carlton hotels and resorts worldwide. At the Ritz-Carlton Bali Resort and Spa, LEONG SIOK HUI discovers why the Ritz-Carlton name is synonymous with flawless service and indulgent luxury.
'Four Centuries of Silver' is Margaret Duda#8217;s journey into this fascinating world, brought about by a couple of needle cases she picked up in a southern Pennsylvania antiques mall.
WITH students from 58 different countries, Garden International School (GIS) in Kuala Lumpur is a microcosm of the world community. Once a year, the school celebrates its ethnic and cultural diversity by holding an International Week, during which students trade knowledge and information about their home cultures and customs.