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EVER since researchers discovered that the humble cup of tea contained flavonoids that could prevent some cancers and was generally good for health (which confirmed what the Chinese had believed in for thousands of years), there has been renewed interest in tea drinking, especially in the West.
BEWARE folks: Witches, werewolves, bloodthirsty vampires and black cats chasing hairy spiders, together with other sinister creatures-that-go-bump-in-the-night, will be having a ball tomorrow as they canvass the streets on the Eve of all Hallows.
MARTIN VENGADESAN is not going to dispute the fact that are different qualities of coffee, but he's just so into the drink that he finds something to appreciate about practically every variety, from mamak stall local brew and Ipoh white coffee to latte and espresso, right down to the fascinating Vietnamese coffee I had last night.
The quest for academic success often leaves little room for other things, especially when a baby enters the equation. JOANNE LIM talks to students coping with parenthood and the paper chase.
Accepted wisdom is that mob behaviour is usually unpredictable and unruly. But not if it is a 'flash mob' #8211; a newly minted 21st century trend where people deliberately gather and behave according to very specific instructions, all carefully pre-arranged. So what gives? PHILIP GOLINGAI heads south to find out.