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IT wasn't just the deplorable state of Heathrow's depressing Terminal Three that had me craving a shower as we rose into the skies over Middlesex earlier this week. It was more a need to slough away a layer of grime, or should I say sleaze, accumulated by three holiday weeks in England.
Successful directors and how they make their hit movies we#8217;ve all read about. But what#8217;s it like in the trenches, making movies on low budgets, and listening to disparaging remarks about your work? PHILIP GOLINGAI has an eye-opening chat with one filmmaker still toiling in the depths of obscurity.
The treatment of journalists then and now is a reflection of how Malaysians have progressed in terms of education levels, reckons Lam Seng Fatt.
The Perak state capital, Ipoh, is not just known for its limestone hills, bean sprouts (I>taugeh/I>) and flat rice noodles (I>sar hor fun/I>). Several of its residents tell VIVIENNE PAL why they love living there.
The Malaysian Embassy in Hanoi has directed its Consul in Ho Chi Minh City to visit advertising executive Pius Eugene Gerard who was sentenced by a Vietnamese court to two years' jail on Tuesday for attempting to smuggle out US$51,000 (RM193,800) in a suitcase.
LIM MAY KUAN meets up with a midwife in NewZealand and discovers her remarkable roots.
THE days of the once popular #8220;suitcase investment bankers#8221; who would fly in mostly from Singapore to do structured deals for Malaysian companies could be over. Except for those who now spend more time servicing their clients, they are rapidly being replaced by the country#8217;s own fast-rising investment banks and a new set of players called boutique advisory houses.