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PATSY KAM travels halfway around the globe to see how Malaysians introduce haute couture to Hawaiians.
Now that Singapore has entered the lucrative world of casino-resorts, what form should they take? Three writers reckon the island state can do much better than brash Vegas with subtle Asian style.
The Junior BRATs discover that learning the art of communication need not be a boring affair. BRAT ALLISTAIR LEE who acted asfacilitator at the fun-packed camp reports
People elsewhere may not know who Pak Dollah Baju Merah is, but he is a household name in Kelantan. His reputation in I>wayang kulit /I>(shadow puppet play) is legendary. Pak Dollah always plays to a full house as he is widely acknowledged as the most entertaining and skilful I>Tok Dalang /I>(puppeteer).
This week YVONNE TEW focuses on life as a Malaysian in a UK university and addresses important issues such as how to survive without Malaysian food.
The 39 teenagers had many reasons for sacrificing four days of their precious school holidays to attend the Kota Baru BRATs workshop. For some, it was to make friends and to experience new things, while others participated in order to get first-hand experience of journalism.