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Asian revolution

JUDGING by all the plaudits that Asian football has received over the past year, especially following the outstanding performances of South Korea and Japan in the last World Cup finals, Asia#8217;s stock in world football should be at an unprecedented high.

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Magic mushrooms?

Mushrooms are being enlisted in the war on cancer, writes LINDA MARSA.

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Goat, sheep, ram - which is it?

PHILIP GOLINGAI is goaded into finding out which animal the Chinese New Year is supposed to herald and why the confusion.

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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.

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Premium attraction

STEP into the World Boutique and you would immediately notice the all-red interior; nothing works as well as red to signify a wong (prosperous) start.

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Water your skin

WE#8217;VE often been told that we should drink at least two litres of water a day to hydrate and cleanse our bodies. That#8217;s easier said than done as it really takes effort to drink that many glasses of water.

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New disc for old

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.

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When taekwando meets 'aikijujitsu'

Malaysians are getting a kick out of 'hapkido', a little-known martial art that combines Korean taekwondo and Japanese 'aikijujitsu'. Just the thing for women who want to pick up self-defence skill.

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Don't waste old batteries

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.

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Is War On Iraq Justified?

Readers have their say.