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Senior citizens in China have lots of tales to tell of the upheavals and revolutionary times they lived through and the prosperity they are now experiencing, reports MARTIN FACKLER.
TAKE it from the master. Nothing happens by chance, not in the corporate world, not on the chessboard, not on the racing circuit and certainly not on the golf course. Not for Datuk Tan Chin Nam, the patriarch of the Tan family who controls IGB Corp Bhd.
In the world of computing, few figures loom as large as Alan Turing, a British mathematician. He not only cracked the Nazi codes during World War II, but also laid the groundwork for the creation of the modern computer. Today, he is considered the father of the computing sciences.
World famous art writer and photographer Edward Lucie-Smith was in Kuala Lumpur for his just concluded exhibition, I>Photographs by Edward Lucie-Smith/I>, and to launch his latest book, I>Art Tomorrow/I>, at Valentine Willie Fine Art Kuala Lumpur. VERONICA SHUNMUGAM finds out more about the man for whom art is communication and communication an art.
Forget rope climbing, the old-fashioned way of building upper-body strength in children. Rock-climbing walls are being installed at seven Arlington, Virginia, elementary schools to get students to exercise those muscles, and restore the good name of physical education (PE).