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SCANNING the synopsis and glowing reviews listed on the back and inside cover of Amy Jenkin#8217;s latest novel, Funny Valentine, you get the impression that this is going to be another witty and quirky account of a woman.
Deep in the Alps, far from the well-trodden path of the tourist, is a 500-year-old guesthouse that offers sublime food for the soul as well as the taste buds. DAVID BOWDEN shares his experience of a culinary journey through Austria.
Since we were in that part of the world, I>StarMag/Itook the opportunity to ferret out a firsthand account of the grisly #8216;ninja killings#8217; that took place in Banyuwangi in 1998.
How often have we heard individuals say they abhor plastic surgery? Very often, I#8217;m sure. But if there#8217;s so much contempt in the air, why does the crowd continue to stream into these clinics?
Poor pay, long working hours and the bother of having to deal with multiple ailments have discouraged doctors from specialising in health care for seniors, writes JANE E. ALLEN.
EVERY day, the Leisure Page of I>Nanyang Siang Pau/Ipublishes both the Chinese and English versions of I>The Book of Three Words/I(I>San Zi Jing/I>), a literary work much used during the pre-war years at traditional Chinese learning centres (I>sishu/I>), where choral reading of texts was implemented.
A BUDDHIST charitable organisation has helped rebuild the lives #8211; and homes #8211; of earthquake victims in Gujarat, India, writes MICHAEL CHEANG.
ONE of Malaysia#8217;s most accomplished women has been chosen to act on the world#8217;s stage to better the lot of women and children everywhere. LI EE KEE has the story.
AT THE Clarins Institute, therapists put their hearts and minds into their hands. In Paris, TAN GIM EAN meets two women behind the treatments.
RAJEN. M, on the other hand, feels that Dr Robert Akins is on to something which could provide a breakthrough on how foods can help support cardiovascular health.