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Mambo rocks

AUSSIE surf and street-wear institution Mambo has never been one to conform to boring, predictable conventions. With names like Show Us Your Tatts, Pegs @rse and Slacker Volley, its merchandise is loud, colourful and rude enough to lure even the most demure and conservative into its stores and out of their shells.

VCD and CD pirates using Sarawak as smuggling base

Smuggling of pirated VCDs, CDs, videos and cassettes from Sarawak to neighbours Brunei and Indonesia is believed to be quite serious.

More foreign music lovers to attend festival

The annual Rainforest World Music Festival at the Sarawak Cultural Village near here is expected to attract more foreign music lovers this year.

Price control way to beat piracy

The Government is looking into the possibility of adding recorded optical discs such as CDs, VCDs and DVDs to the price control list to beat copyright piracy.

Piracy kept film distributors on their toes

From YL WOO

Stringed along

Philip Hii#8217;s passion for the guitar has led him to a performing career in the United States. LI EE KEE speaks to the Sarawak-raised guitar maestro.

Reduce price to wipe out piracy, urges DPM

Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi has instructed production houses and recording companies to reduce the price of CDs and VCDs to wipe out pirated versions from the market.

It’s all systems go for iNavigate

INAVIGATE Sdn Bhd, a Multimedia Super Corridor-status start-up, plans to roll out its services to mobile phone users by next month.

War on VCD pirates extended to Aug 31

The deadline of the second phase of the nationwide crackdown to wipe out pirated and pornographic CD, VCD and DVD traders has been extended to Aug 31, Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said Tuesday.

MCA leaders undecided over V-P posts

REACTION has been mixed from the 13 state MCA chairmen and deputy chairmen over the filling of the two vice-president#8217;s posts which fell vacant following the elevation of Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting to president and Datuk Chan Kong Choy to deputy president on May 23.