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Students are learning less Islam and more English in the tiny desert sheikdom of Qatar. Prestigious American universities, such as Cornell with its medical school and Carnegie Mellon with its business school, are being lured to set up branch campuses.
A symposium entitled I>The Nyonya Kebaya: Facets of Interest/Iwill be held on March 15 and 16 at the National Art Gallery.
B>SEOUL:/BNorth Korea said yesterday the nuclear crisis could be easily solved in direct talks with the United States, but US President George W. Bush insisted only a multi-national effort could defuse the stand-off.
More than 200 entries have poured in for Star Designer Awards 2003, with several last-minute entries from colleges rushing to meet the contest deadline yesterday.
Fashion design students from La Salle International Design School are among those participating in The Star Designer Awards 2003 contest.
CHINA has produced a VCD series on sex education for primary and middle school students.
The Malaysia Mega Sale carnival is back.
DID you know that world-renowned designer Yves St Laurent's prodigious talent was 'discovered' when he bagged first prize in the International Wool Secretariat's fashion competition in 1954? Other famous designers who have won awards in the same contest include Karl Lagerfeld and Valentino.
The revival of the traditional Nyonya Kebaya is perhaps best attributed to Datin Paduka Seri Endon Mah-mood who has successfully turned a forlorn piece of attire into a fashion statement.
The Creative Headgear Contest organised by Systematic Secretarial Centre (SSC) was a Mad Hatter's party.