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What an experience it was to perform in the Big Apple, that city world-renowned for its theatre! ANN LEE was there last year and was just bursting to tell all, but she had to wait for the final report on her group#8217;s performance. With that finally in hand, she shares the thrills and chills.
ABOUT 262 children attended the 4th International Children#8217;s Conference on the Environment (ICCE), held in Ayer Keroh Country Resort, Malacca, last month.
If you#8217;re looking at getting away from it all with a luxurious holiday, then look no further than Langkawi, Kedah.
KHATIJAH Ibrahim grows her garden in little nooks and crannies in her hall and dining area. Well, it#8217;s not quite a garden in the real but it is still no less lovingly #8220;planted#8221;. But instead of soil and pots, her blooms are contained on four-tiered shelves. These contain her generous collection of Royal Albert fine china tableware.
Degenerative disc disease or what is commonly termed as #8216;slipped disc#8217; can bring about chronic pain which diminishes the quality of life. Here#8217;s the good news: a revolutionary new procedure which replaces worn discs in the lumbar spine with state-of-the-art cobalt chromium implants is now available locally. The new technique, known as total disc replacement, promises to put the spring back into your step within a matter of days.
There may be as many as five million registered mobile phone subscribers in the country, and the number is escalating, given the incredible convenience offered by this nifty gadget. Every year, 2.5 million cell phone batteries are discarded, and most of them eventually end up as hazardous wastes which pollute the water we drink. But all this can be avoided if only users would send their used batteries for recycling.