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NEC to introduce new notebook

NEC Computers (M) Sdn Bhd's latest lightweight and wireless sub-notebook, I>NEC Versa S900/I>, will hit the market on March 24, its marketing director Ling Kher Hwa said.

Boom time for tourism sector

An industry once regarded as not so important, the tourism sectos has flourish despite global uncertainties. Deputy Culturem Arts and Tourism Minister Datuk Dr Ng Yen Yen speaks to SUSAN TAM about her plans for the industry.

Intel sees fast adoption of Centrino in Malaysia

INTEL Corp expects fast adoption in Malaysia of the Centrino mobile technology, its latest technology in mobile PC, said Intel Asia Pacific director for reseller channel operation Sophia Chew.

Twin Towers in pewter

TWIN Towers Malaysia collection by Royal Selangor is a range of pewter gifts and accessories inspired by the country#8217;s (and currently the world#8217;s) tallest building and national landmark.

Carving a niche

Youthful, edgy, whimsical and somewhat daring designs are what Carven Ong#8217;s fashion creations are all about, writes S.S. YOGA. Catch him at the Secretaries Luncheon on April 23, which is part of KL Fashion Week 2003.

Good start for Ganesh

PRE-TOURNAMENT favourite and Malaysia#8217;s top ranked Ganesh Asirvatham had very little trouble and even less resistance at the Goodrich Scrabble Gala played on March 1-2.

White-Plus treatment

Clarins White-Plus Night Cream contains powerful plant ingredients to control pigmentation, hydrate and renew the skin.

A fasting retreat in the mountains

In a lofty apartment that opens out to the cool mountain breeze and overlooks the Klang Valley, guests are being led every weekend on a journey to cleanse the body, mind and spirit.

Williams facing problems

World championship challengers Williams are racing to fix aerodynamics problems with their new car less than two weeks before the start of the new Formula One season.

Beneath our feet

MOST people do not realise that 6000km beneath our feet, the temperature is about 5000°C, nearly as hot as the surface of the Sun!