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HOW often do you say #8220;thanks#8221; or #8220;good job#8221; to your colleagues, spouse, or kids? How often do you pass on praise to the dog, or cat, or parakeet? Do you sense an imbalance there?
SUPER yachts, champagne, caviar, flown-in chefs . . . the America#8217;s Cup is in town, and New Zealand#8217;s Auckland has turned into a billionaire#8217;s playground.
The most recognisable Chinese dish is Pekingduck,known throughout the world as the quintes-sential oriental delicacy. As it is relatively troublesome to prepare,Pekingduck is often used to demarcate an established restaurant from the also-rans.Incredibly,this national delicacy of China isbeing threatened!KEE HUA CHEE finds out whyfeathers are being ruffled.
Beijing officials want to give the city a safe and clean image for the 2008 Olympics, writes JONATHAN ANSFIELD.
No spitting, no rolling up the front of your singlet, no throwing used chewing gum on the pavement #8211; Beijing struggles to mend its manners in time for the 2008 Olympics, writes TED ANTHONY.
After three months of deliberations the FA of Malaysia#8217;s (FAM) competitions committee are expected to arrive to a conclusion today on the new structure for the M-League next season.