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LICT offers dream trips

A new holiday-cum-study programme introduced by Limkokwing Institute of Creative Technology (LICT) for its students, is available to Limkokwing students of all disciplines #8211; business, design, architecture, etc.

Kebayas take spotlight at fund-raiser

A myriad of shades coloured the catwalk as the ageless I>kebaya/Itook centrestage during theIFashion for Education/IUniversiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar) fund-raising dinner on Friday.

Hold anti-war demos, says PM

Non-governmental organisations throughout the world have been asked to mobilise the people to demonstrate and influence their governments to protest against the possibility of a US-led attack on Iraq.

Worthwhile CNY gifts

THE centuries-old Spring Festival, or Chinese Lunar New Year, is the most important holiday for the Chinese people, but the traditional gifts for friends and family are changing with the times.

Beauty queens to wear jewels costing RM3mil

Seventeen past and present Miss Malaysia will wear about RM3mil worth of earrings, necklaces and other accessories from Habib Jewels at the Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (Utar) charity fashion show next month.

Dr M: US is getting more isolated

The United States is getting more isolated, with criticisms against its policies mounting, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad said.

Rewarding merit over seniority

NOT many fields of study allow students to create something new, communicate ideas and serve society at the same time. Gail Phung, senior vice-president of Limkokwing Institute of Creative Technology (LICT) said that a career in design offers all this and more.

M-cyclist falls victim to long scarf fashion

B>TOKYO:/BThis season#8217;s fad for extra long scarves claimed another fashion victim when a Japanese woman fell from her motorcycle after her two-metre-long muffler got caught in the bike#8217;s rear wheel, police said yesterday.

Barrister: Mediation better in family disputes

Solving family and matrimonial disputes through mediation will do more good to the parties concern than dragging their cases to court, a mediator and barrister from New Zealand said.

Fair gets bigger and better

It was an enriching, rewarding ezperience for some 100,000 visitors who thronged Star Education Fair 2003 last weekend. Although the fair #8211; at the Putra World Trade Centre #8211; has always attracted a large number of students and parents shopping for suitable courses and institutions to enrol in, the response this year was phenomenal.