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It's Chinese New Year, which means ang pao, kuih kapit. . . and Jackie Chan movies. Asia's biggest action hero was in Taipei, Taiwan to promote the timely release of his latest flick, Shanghai Knights. LEE SIEW PENG was there to find out what makes Tai Kor tick.
Prof Andy Choo left home a long time ago to pursue an interest in genetics. Today he has built a successful career tinkering with human DNA and making significant scientific findings. MICHELLE LIAN has the story.
WE#8217;VE often been told that we should drink at least two litres of water a day to hydrate and cleanse our bodies. That#8217;s easier said than done as it really takes effort to drink that many glasses of water.
Like everyone on the Best Dressed list, Kam swears he dresses to please himself. The first time he made it on the Hong Kong Fashion Designers#8217; list was in 1993.
Most people think of vegetarian food as a healthy choice. But this isn#8217;t necessarily true, as the dish could be deep-fried, oil-laden and too salty.
Author Roseanne Thong believes it's vital that Asian children are exposed to books that reflect their culture.
THE term #8220;Gong Xi Fa Cai#8221; has been used by Malaysian Chinese for decades as a greeting during the Chinese New Year. Lately, the I>Oxford English Dictionary/Ihas been adopting important terms from foreign languages. I hope that #8220;Gong Xi Fa Cai#8221; can soon be included in the dictionary as it has been widely used in English dailies during the Spring Festival.
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.