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By ANN LEE
The Water Goat waits in the wings, ready to take over the reins from an energetic Horse on Feb 1. Will the artistic and peace-loving Goat usher in a gentler pace and mellower year, giving us time to recover from the rough ride of the Water Horse, also known as the Warrior Horse in the East?
Its flavoursome root may yet spell doom for a species of Tanzanian orchid as villagers dig up the plant to feed a burgeoning trade, writes GEORGE MWANGI.
Way down in Mexico, a grisly factory breeds livestock-and-man-eating flies, sterilises them and uses them to breed with fertile ones in the wild. ELIZABETH FULLERTON writes about something you don#8217;t want to read just before or after lunch.
After 12 years of failure to bring Saddam Hussein down, America#8217;s patience has run out at last. ANTON LA GUARDIA tells of the Iraqi president#8217;s tenacious grip on power.
WHEN the New Zealand Dairy Board began operations in 1961, the company produced basic milk products.
Investors, especially those with factories in SARS-hit countries, have been resorting to creative ways to prevent the atypical pneumonia from affecting their activities, reports EVELYN IRITANI.
By Tracy Boyce
Two of Malaysia#8217;s exports to the international fashion world, Eric Choong and Zang Toi, put together a stunning show of white during the Malaysian International Designers showcase held last Sunday as part of the KL Fashion Week 2003 extravaganza. REENA GURBAKSH takes a closer look at their collections.
DAVID Wong Kee Kong#8217;s tenacity and determination have brought him a long way from the days when he first ventured into commercial rabbit farming.