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Standing majestically at the start of the heritage enclave in Armenian Street is the Lum Yeong Tong Yap Kongsi.
Who's doing what, and how, when and where they're doing it. All the latest buzz from that world unto its own known as Hollywood.
DC Comics recently released the 15th anniversary edition of I>Batman: Arkham Asylum/Iand they've added a slew of eye-opening goodies, which are writer Grant Morrison's first draft of I>Arkham Asylum/Iand the sketches (drawn by Morrison) accompanying it.
Black men's wheels, break my windows - confronting words, even in jest, and enough to goad white South Africa to barricade itself behind high walls and razor wire, securing Johannesburg's most privileged shops and corporate offices inside a gilded ghetto called Sandton, writes PHILIP GAME.
The world's most famous comic book author dropped in on Singapore to sign some books. MICHAEL CHEANG hotfooted it down south to meet Neil Gaiman.
In comics-speak, 2004 is the 'Year of Identity Crisis' and it would be tantamount to great injustice if we let the new year go by without revisiting last year's best story, which ended a fortnight ago.
Global warming, horses, early human activity, prehistoric animal tracks and traditional silk. What do these have in common? They are the subjects which this year#8217;s five winners of the 11th Rolex Awards for Enterprise are involved in.
In 1976, Rolex set out to mark the 50th anniversary of its waterproof Oyster chronometer (the world#8217;s first waterproof wristwatch), and created the Rolex Awards for Enterprise, an international philanthropic programme that encourages outstanding human endeavour.