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Roasted delights at Yi Kee

At Restoran Yi Kee, roasted duck and goose are the specialties. The restaurant sells about 40 roast ducks on weekdays, and upto 200 ducks on Chinese New Year eve!

Selling the dream

How do all these Indonesian women end up in Malaysia as maids, anyway, wonders PHILIP GOLINGAI?

Caring ways

A BUDDHIST charitable organisation has helped rebuild the lives #8211; and homes #8211; of earthquake victims in Gujarat, India, writes MICHAEL CHEANG.

Ban on free plastic bags

TAIWAN authorities slapped a ban on the free distribution of disposable polystyrene tableware and plastic bags last Wednesday despite an outcry from the industry.

Seeing things

Eyesight is an integral tool in the development of a child, but how do we assess eyesight, especially in a young child who can#8217;t communicate his or her thoughts in a manner that can be understood by adults? B>COLIN KHOO/Btakes a close look at the issue.

Picture this

A painter touches urban souls in Taiwan and other Asian countries with picture books aimed at adults, writes ANNIE HUANG.

Two for the road

TWO Malaysian designers will be using the World Boutique event in Hong Kong as a platform to showcase their creativity and to gain more exposure.

Specially made for Asians

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

Moveable multimedia feast

YOU are a busy CEO who loathes getting caught in traffic jams because that keeps you away from your office and delays your appointments. The best you can do to stay in touch is to keep your ear to your cell phone. That was then.

Illegal bargains galore

MARKED poverty triggered by the Asian meltdown has fuelled a burgeoning trade in wild animals in Indonesia, where an orangutan costs less than RM900 and rare birds the price of a meal. Endangered species are threatened with near extinction, and habitats are being torn apart. Yet there is little the government can - or will - do about it.