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January happenings

Compiled by VERONICA SHUNMUGAM

Getting a taste of nature

ABOUT 262 children attended the 4th International Children#8217;s Conference on the Environment (ICCE), held in Ayer Keroh Country Resort, Malacca, last month.

Dengue watch

Selangor is facing its worst dengue situation in 10 years and has recorded the highest number of dengue cases and dengue-related deaths among all states in the country last year. It#8217;s time to take stock #8211; dengue is not a new disease; it#8217;s been around for years, and it#8217;s getting worse.

Specially made for Asians

#8216;LOCALISING products#8217; is the catchphrase for Neutrogena product development. LI EE KEE finds out what it entails.

Cartier embraces Chinese dragon

Cartier #8217;s latest collection,#8216;Kiss of the Dragon #8217;,is inspired by Chinese culture,traditions and architecture. MARZUKI ODIN went to Paris for an exclusive peek.

Connecting through art

THEATRE stalwart Charlene Rajendran had no idea what she was in for when she applied for the Arts Network Asia grant. However, having been actively involved in theatre and related fields for well over a decade, it did not take a lot to persuade her to apply for the grant for collaborative projects between artistes in South-East Asia in 2001.

Escalating nightmare

Books featured in B>Reading Room/Bthis week: Suspicion of Madness by Barbara Parker, The Blood Doctor by Barbara Vine, The Pilots by James Spencer, Spies by Michael Frayn, and The Beauty Game by Anita Anand.

A friend in need

HENRY Cheah may not be a household name, he may not be rich and he may not have earned many accolades; in fact, he has sacrificed many of the comforts of the modern world to lend a hand to his fellow man. LI EE KEE finds out more about the mission worker who resides in Bolivia.

Modern lifestyle threat to nature

THE PLANET#8217;S wild creatures face a new threat #8211; from yuppies, empty nesters, singletons and one-parent families.

The best of the lions

What do world champions have to do with mouldy old mattresses? In Muar, ANDREW SIA discovers that they can be strange bedfellows . . .