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Mercury makes the call



Cultivating creativity

BUILDING BRAINPOWER reviews by Brian Cracknell


Where women buy attention

While the rest of Japan faces a gloomy downturn, its gigolo bars are still popular with women looking for fun, sex and even little courtesies, writes FRANCOISE KADRI.


Another man's treasure

THE novelty of browsing yard sales might just convert you into a junk junkie, writes B. LING.


Benefits of buying at auction fair

Property Talk: A weekly column by S.C. Cheah


The road to Hat Yai

Most Malaysian travellers take the North-South Expressway; T. PUSHPARANI plan was to drive through alternate roads up to Kuantan, then take the coastal road to Terengganu. From then on it was the interior road to Pengkalan Kubur in Kelantan, and onto a ferrybarge to Tak Bai, the border town in Thailand. From Tak Bai, it was by road to Hat Yai.


To infinity and beyond

RIZAL JOHAN gets in touch with Kampar-born astrophysicist Dr Tham Choy Yoong, who is currently residing in Cambridge, Britain, and is attached to the astrophysics research group at Cavendish Laboratory in (where else but) the University of Cambridge.


The sounds of nature

THE Langkawi sun was slowly sinking below the horizon when I returned to my hotel room. I immediately switched off the air-conditioning and opened the balcony door to allow the fresh air from the rain forest to permeate the room#8217;s unnatural coldness.


Savage men

MICHAEL CHEANG reviews i>The Holy Road/iby Michael Blake.


A redefining moment for Proton and EON

IT was a landmark agreement in Malaysia's automotive sector. The Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) signed between Proton Edar Sdn Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Perusahaan Otomobil Nasional Bhd (Proton), and Edaran Otomobil Nasional Bhd (EON) has put an end to an impasse that lasted two years.