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Biotech boost set to enrich present array of options

THE latest spur to Malaysia's nascent biotechnology sector is in the nation's flanks. These incentives range from tax breaks to institutional support, promising to give the sector a fillip.

People still read books

False prophets of the New Age and IT culture have not managed to predict the future, and THOR KAH HOONG has the last laugh.

Vieira return timely boost for new-look France

A new look France will set out on the road to the 2006 World Cup Finals against Israel here today boosted by the return from injury of captain Patrick Vieira.

A lot gained from Dr M era

Dr Mahathir did not want Malaysians to be at the bottom of the technology ladder. Rather, he wanted Malaysians to generate and contribute to the corpus of knowledge.

Keeping the kimono alive

His irreverent approach to the strict rules of the past has made kimono producer Itchiku Kubota a controversial figure with the Japanese establishment. Yet, some say his is the only way for the kimono to survive.

Leeds’ drop is deep

While Wolves and Leicester supporters view relegation as the time to regroup and regain their place in the Premiership, FOOTBALLCHANNEL.COM feels that for Leeds United, the stay in the Division One wilderness will be long if yet another take-over fails to deliver.

Call me Sisyphus

Bookstore chains have opened megastores and independent bookshops such as Skoob Books and Silverfish are still going strong. Perhaps reading in Malaysia is not as dead as some think. A discussion of themes and favourite authors - that is what this weekly series of articles will be about. Playwright, actor, lecturer and voracious reader THOR KAH HOONG tries to make bookworms feel, well. less geeky and more fun.

Re-interpreting fine dining

Who is consistently voted as Australia#8217;s best chef? And one of the world#8217;s Top Ten Chefs? Whose restaurant in Adelaide Hilton is acknowledged as Best Hotel restaurant? Malaysian-born Cheong Liew, that#8217;s who! KEE HUA CHEE catches up with the master chef from Bukit Nanas in Adelaide.

A whale of a movie

S.B. Toh reviews Whale Rider.