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Although Buckingham Palace is world-famous asthe official residence of Queen Elizabeth II, it is Hampton Court Palace that was the hub of court life and politics in Englishhistory. Home to the (in)famous King Henry VIII, it is just a train ride from London and makes a great afternoon out, writes KEEHUA CHEE.
A Malaysian artist is actively promoting the art scene in her community in Boston, LEE TSE LING discovers.
It#8217;s so easy to lose all manner of self-control when sinfully rich desserts take over the senses, as HOOI YOU CHING discovers.
As Harrods of London is often touted as the world's greatest department store, it stands to reason its window displays should be wonderful works of art. At Christmas, Harrods' advertising and promotions staff pulls out the stops in piling on the drama and whimsy calculated to stop traffic. KEE HUA CHEE gapes at its remarkable windows.
Always wanted to try salsa dancing, travel to exotic locales, dive into adventure sports or just improve yourself? Well, nothing is impossible (like free-falling from the sky and surviving), so make this the year to learn or do something new.
He's not afraid to speak his mind, not artist-academic Jolly Koh. So you'd expect that his first book, I>Artistic Imperatives - Selected Writings and Paintings/I>, pulls no punches about the state of the visual arts in Malaysia. Here, he shares some of his views abaout the book, art and life with VERONICA SHUNMUGAM.
In keeping with the restaurant's contemporary decor is a menu that incorporates ingredients not normally used in Japanese cooking. It is master chef Kunihiko Hamada who is responsible for Iketeru's experiments in fusion cooking. A widely travelled 47-year-old, he is unable to resist combining the flavours of different countries and cultures in his cooking.
KEE Club, opened in 2001, is among the hippest and most happening clubs, the members of which include some of Hong Kong's most illustrious, glamorous, socially prominent and charitable citizens. KEE Club is owned by five families who bankrolled this unique wateringhole 'because it is a place where anything can happen and we want to be there when it does'. Here then is KEE HUA CHEE on KEE, the key club.