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The Sessions Court jailed a habitual criminal for the maximum 10 years for committing armed robbery on Tun Fatimah Hashim, the country#8217;s first woman minister.
A visiting Christie#8217;s expert clues in JOHNNI WONG on what#8217;s hot in the international auction market.
CHRISTIE#8217;S Chinese ceramics and works of art director and department head Pola Antebi#8217;s recent visit to KL was primarily to generate interest in the rare goodies going under the hammer in the forthcoming Hong Kong auctions from July 6-8 at the Chater House.
The man affectionately known as 'Italy's greatest tailor' is to be feted by Britain's Royal Academy of Art with a major exhibition this October highlighting creations from his 30-year career. REENA GURBAKSH takes a look at why Giorgio Armani deserves such an honour.
Intelligent, studious and inquisitive are not words generally used to describe heavyweight boxers.
This week, we look at books for budding ballerinas and danseurs, or, just anyone who likes reading about the fascinating world of ballet.
Her parents were told that she had no eyes, no ears and she had clubbed feet when she was first born. The doctors said she would never walk, talk or see. She was born with Treacher Collins Syndrome, a genetic defect that causes facial disfigurement and affects one in 10,000 people. Today, she is a shining example of how to exist and thrive in a world that often defines us by our differences, writes LAUREN TERRAZZANO.
Chess has long been an inspiration for artists and sculptors. A visually stunning exhibition in London, I>The Art of Chess/I>, features 19 unique, unusual and provocative chess sets designed by famous artists for private use. The layout of the exhibition is skewed towards chess aficionados as each set illustrates a move in the legendary last game played between Napoleon and General Bertrand in 1820 when Napoleon was in exile on the island of St. Helena. KEE HUA CHEE ponders the moveable pieces.