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ON a recent warm evening in Santa Monica, Los Angeles, a crowd of hip, mostly young architects and designers poured out of a river of cars and through the front door of a nondescript apartment building. They'd come for an open house at the home of Michael Kreski, a graphic designer and urban planner who works at Gensler, a large international firm specialising in architecture, design and planning.
IBM Malaysia recently organised the first ever IBM EXITE Camp in our country to help girls decide if they want to study science in Form Four, reports JACKSON TEO.
THREE weeks ago, at the start of the mysterious pneumonia outbreak, an anonymous e-mail was making its rounds in Hong Kong, warning to wash hands all the time to prevent infection. Most people who received the e-mail had a good laugh. But by Thursday, no one was laughing.
Suhakam and the Education Ministry are infusing human rights into the school curriculum. This initiative includes a human rights competition to be launched on March 31. To highlight the event, PROF CHIAM HENG KENG presents the first of a two-part article.
The outbreak of atypical pneumonia is said to have originated from Southern China and is not linked to the bird-flu strain of influenza A, reports JOHN POMFRET and PETER S. GOODMAN.