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Renowned architect Datuk Kington Loo, who passed away last Friday, left behind a legacy of priceless contributions to his profession and also to environmental conservation and the arts. ALLAN KOAY talks to his friends and associates who knew him well and loved him dearly.
READERS write in with their parenting woes.
India's technology companies on Thursday warned that American policies that led to its attack Iraq might impact the global economy more than the war itself.
Author Preethi Nair duped the literary world by leading a double life as her own PR consultant to get her first novel noticed. It paid off, she tells BRYONY GORDON.
JIA Li, a white-collar worker in the northwestern province of Gansu, received four short messages on her mobile phone #8211; and made prompt replies to each in just five minutes.
B>TAIPEI:/BThe head of Taiwan's health department warned yesterday against non-essential visits to China, as authorities tried to determine whether three Taiwanese hospitalised with flu-like symptoms contracted the deadly atypical pneumonia that has spread through Asia.
THE Singapore Zoological Gardens is sticking with its name for now. The zoo said 'public feedback' prompted the change of heart.
UNHAPPY marriage and domestic violence are the two most prevalent problems plaguing today's Chinese women, according to the All-China Women's Federation (ACWF).
Almost everything a woman can hope to be, that is what Cindy Crawford is. ANN MARIE CHANDY looks for chinks in the beautiful armour, if any.