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As the year draws to a close, one thing that may have caught many people's attention is the Malaysian fetish for 'superlatives'. You know, things like the tallest, biggest, fastest, longest, and what have you. The same 'big bug' seems to have hit our property market.
By EFFENDI AZMI HASHIM
ROTIBOY, your neighbourhood baker, is going places. The chain, operated by Rotiboy Bakeshoppe Sdn Bhd, is aiming to open six or seven more outlets in the Selangor and Federal Territory suburbs of Klang, Shah Alam, Petaling Jaya, Cheras and Wangsa Maju within two years.
S0 much has changed in Malaysia's property development scene that one may be astonished not only by the new skyline but the different concepts and products that have flooded the market over the past decade.
Bintang Revolving Restaurant on the18th floor of The Federal Hotel in Kuala Lumpur commands a magnificent viewof the city skyline.
A 'Free Duty' campaign has been launched to inform locals and tourists that they can shop for a wide variety of items nationwide all year around and not just during the mega sales carnival.
A woman robbery suspect, who wore a wig to prevent her from being identified by her victims during her crime spree, was among 14 people detained by Brickfields police when they crippled four robbery gangs.
While teams of police personnel were breathing down the necks of smut peddlers in the Klang Valley over the last two days, Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry enforcement officers were complementing them in the nation's war to wipe out illegal and pornographic VCDs.
Shopping in Malaysia can be a nightmare for plus-sized women.BOEY PING PING delves into their concerns.
LIKE strawberries and cream, fashion and hair go hand in hand. In all fashion shows, hair and makeup are used to complement the clothes #8211; like icing on cake. For the I>Kuala Lumpur Fashion Week 2003/I>, the little matter of hairstyle is left in the hands of seven L#8217;Oreal hair ambassadors.