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RELATIONSHIPS are truly a complex phenomenon and handling a romantic one must surely be one of the most difficult aspects of a person#8217;s life. Call me a cynic but no one can deny the fact that a relationship needs hell of a lot of work.
From Anthony and Cleopatra, the Butterfly lovers, to today#8217;s Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne, love looms large and seemingly eternal in I>StarTwo/I>#8217;s tribute to Valentine#8217;s Day tomorrow.
NON-disabled people won#8217;t be the only ones who will be all wrapped up in romance on Saint Valentine#8217;s Day tomorrow. People with disabilities will also be re-discovering their true love and remembering how Cupid#8217;s arrow first struck them.
IS THERE really such a thing as #8216;staying friends#8217; with your ex? ZOE WILLIAMS facetiously unravels the complications.
Life is a bed of roses as students,inspired by Cupid,cash in on a market of die-hardromantics.JOANNE LIM reports.
With Valentine#8217;s Day just a week away, Balinese hotels and resorts beckon with attractively-priced packages. Famous for offering the best worldly comforts money can buy, the resorts come with added value of superlative service and warmth.
I PICKED up The Seal Wife because of its cover photo #8211; an Inuit woman snugly wrapped up in a full fur coat and hat.
What is Portland, Oregon, in the United States famous for? Possibly the world#8217;s biggest bookstore, believe it or not. I>StarTwo/Igoes browsing and gives the shop two cunning tests.
The Chinese have always believed certain elements, shapes, stones and colours have the power to attract the #8216;brightness#8217; chi into the wearer#8217;s life. KEE HUA CHEE reports on which adorable bauble to adorn based on your Chinese zodiac sign for 2003.