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Big buttons, big rivets

With a long working man#8217;s history behind the brand, Levi#8217;s is set to take back some of the turf usurped by current upstart names. Let#8217;s see if the jeans maker is barking up the right tree with its brand-new Type 1.

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Right royal retreat

Visitors to Langkawi instantly fall in love with its spectacular beauty. Now there is a new gem in Langkawi's crown,the Casa del Mar,an exotic,quixotic boutique hotel that hints of the Mediterranean,with a dash ofthe Caribbean, graced with Malaysian hospitality. Casa del Mar is owned by the Sultan of Selangor and Datuk Syed YusufTun Syed Nasir. KEE HUA CHEE checked in and forgot how many days he stayed.

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One foot in New York

What an experience it was to perform in the Big Apple, that city world-renowned for its theatre! ANN LEE was there last year and was just bursting to tell all, but she had to wait for the final report on her group#8217;s performance. With that finally in hand, she shares the thrills and chills.

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January happenings

Compiled by VERONICA SHUNMUGAM

Health

Listen to your heart

The stethoscope, more than any other instrument, has been the doctor#8217;s greatest weapon in the fight against disease. It has undergone many changes through the centuries, and today the basic stethoscope is fast turning into a high-tech gadget with many functions, a far cry from the first stethoscope invented in the 19th century.

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Heart transplant

From Kee WS

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Boyhood hell in Brighton

AT FIVE, Gonzague Saint Bris, was #8216;exiled#8217; to an old folks#8217; home #8211; 50 years on, the tale of his traumatic experience has become a bestseller in his native France. KIM WILLSHERIN reports.

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Mettle in makeup

CHANEL has a sterling example of how talent and passion make the best combination for creating new makeup ranges and techniques, reports LI EE KEE.

Lifestyle

Dab hand at dark humour

IN THIS latest work, Glasgow-born ex-journalist Christopher Brookmyre reinforces his reputation as a writer with a caustic knack for entertaining, anti-establishment thrillers.

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What The Star can do

UPON reflection of the old days when I was struggling to improve my English right up to secondary school level, I realise that students need lots of encouragement along the way.