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MALAYSIAN designers Irene Looi, Jonathan Cheng and Key Ng were among the 15 couturiers whose designs were showcased at the Hong Kong Fashion Week.
STEP into the World Boutique and you would immediately notice the all-red interior; nothing works as well as red to signify a wong (prosperous) start.
THE Chinese liking for homonyms and convenience has resulted in numbers and English abbreviations being used by cyber chatters, writes DOUG YOUNG.
The cheongsam has it origins in the clothing of Manchu women of the Qing Dynasty. A nip here and a tuck there, and the cheongsam as we know it was born. Long sleeves were shortened considerably, the slit on the skirt was slashed higher, and while the cleavage is still hidden, the tight outline of the bust, waist and hip tantalised the imagination.
What do world champions have to do with mouldy old mattresses? In Muar, ANDREW SIA discovers that they can be strange bedfellows . . .
Shenzhen is considered 'mid-sized' by Chinese standards. A city is only classified as 'big' if its population ranges between seven and 10 million. Cities like Shanghai and Beijing would fall into this category, FAM LEE KEN writes.