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S.L. Wong reviews GEISHA OF GION by Mineko Iwasaki with Rande Brown.
Somewhere between reporters and court stenographers, reservists record the details of war straight from the horses#8217; mouths for posterity, writes CHRISTIAN DAVENPORT.
When a tanker#8217;s in trouble, where can it go? Nowhere, writes BARRY JAMES.
He is revered as Bapa Malaysia, a household face and name. But how many of us know the private side of him? LEE SIEW PENG finds out more about an exhibition that re-acquaints Malaysians with Tunku Abdul Rahman.
A NIGERIAN forestry worker, a Filipino waste activist and a pair of Aboriginal twins who protest nuclear dumping in Australia were among seven recipients from around the world who were awarded the prestigious Goldman Environmental Prize last Monday, an honour sometimes called the Green Nobel Prize.
The BRATs' journalistic experience definitely came in handy at the Fun with Writing and Communications Workshop organised by Universiti Tuanku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) recently, writes JACKSON TEO.