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OUR life, public and private, rich or poor, is surrounded by pictures. There are the advertising billboards, TV channels, Internet sites, printed media and personal snapshots. The visual images available to us today are boundless and borderless.
FUJI Electric may not be a familiar name in the local air-conditioning market but its marketer Fuji Technology Sdn Bhd aims to change that with its debut in the highly competitive retail sector.
NEITHER handphones nor computers are in sight. The latest Maxis TV commercial also shows no board meeting or people in business suits or trendy clothes. However, it does have a lot of acrobats.
FEELING that most advertising is ineffective and a waste of money, advertisers are now waking up and returning to the heart of the consumer.
Billboards are now a ubiquitous fact of commercial life in the urban centres, but ISAGANI A. CRUZ wishes they were not. While there are some billboards that are pleasing to the eye, like the one with the beautiful girl and her splendid legs, these advertisements are generally unwelcome.
BIG Events Sdn Bhd, which sells advertising space for Putraline (formerly Putra-LRT), has done a lot to popularise advertising and promotions at the stations and on the trains.
The rampant sale of cigarettes to children is nullifying the Health Ministry's efforts to curb smoking. Clearinghouse for Tobacco Control co-ordinator Dr Rahmat Awang said children under the age of 18 could buy cigarettes from retail outlets.
ASIA Poly Industrial Sdn Bhd (API), a leading manufacturer of cell cast acrylic sheets, has signed a 3-year supply agreement with Lucite International, the world's leading producer of methacrylates, used as raw material in the manufacture of acrylic-based products.
Pop and rock music is being heard on Broadway. Is there a new wave of musicals happening? Not quite, reckons FRANK RIZZO.
For the longest time, it has been unfashionable to wear fur, simply because killing animals in the name of style was not the done thing. So instead of wrapping themselves in mink, debutantes wore I>faux/Ifur - nowhere as luxurious as the genuine article, but certainly more ethical. Recently, however, real fur has been quietly creeping back into designer wardrobes thanks to an increased amount of celebrity approval and a concerted effort by designers to make the fabric lighter and trendier, reports JESSICA MICHAULT.