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Delivering the message

By Philip Golingai.


Making a good cup of tea

TEA is produced from the leaves of the I>Camellia sinensis/I>, or tea plant.


What the boys wear

TURN to the fashion pages of any magazine and you#8217;ll probably see a picture of some sexy, scantily clad male model or celebrity advertising underwear. Big brand names like Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger have no qualms about letting their labels peek out just above the waistline. All in the guise of being sexy, they say.


Ventured and gained

Bernard Cornwell may be the best-selling author of adventure stories, but his own life reads like something from the pages of a romance novel, writes ALEKSANDRS ROZENS.


A question of faith

In future, you may only employ foreign domestic help of the same religion as yours. This rule being drafted #8216;to protect maids#8217; affects 150,000 households, as working parents may be forced to quit their jobs and stay home, which in turn would see a reduction in personal income as well as professionals from the Malaysian workforce.


Police to verify porn ‘stars’

Police will first have to verify if the personalities or 'stars' featured in a pornographic VCD dressed as stewards and stewardesses of Malaysia Airlines (MAS), are indeed from the national carrier, Sepang OCPD Supt Zahedi Ayob said.


'Can-do' cooking

Evelyn Wan serves up her well-tested recipes and kitchen tips in her book, I>Cooking Without Tears/I>, writes IVY SOON.


Ho, ho, Chinese hopera

If you#8217;re watching Chinese opera in Malaysia today, T-shirts, shorts and slippers are fine. That#8217;s not so much a sign of disrespect or lax intelligence, but how popular this art form is, writes ANN LEE.


Life goes on for Mukhlas' wife

While Ali Ghufron, who was arrested last December for alleged involvement in the Bali bombing, is in jail, his wife Paridah Abas looks after the family in a remote hamlet in Klaten, Central Java. Star Correspondent ANDREAS HARSONO reports.


Crowds flocking to RM6m SugarBun flagship outlet

HOMEGROWN fast food restaurant chain SugarBun#146;s most ambitious project, a RM6mil destination centre in Beach Street, Kota Kinabalu in Sabah, is drawing in the crowds.