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THE last time there was an overhaul on Aquaman, it practically cost him his left hand (Aquaman (1994) # 2) and it didn#8217;t work wonders in keeping his popularity afloat.
Tired of the old you? There#8217;s always plastic surgery to give you a new outlook on life. HOOI YOU CHING nips in to the plastic surgeon#8217;s practice and discovers the wonderful world of plastic.
A GROUP of concerned Malaysians representing various faiths met in Taiping recently to discuss ways to create a more harmonious and peaceful society in multi-racial and multi-religious Malaysia amidst rising tension and rumours of war in the world, reports T. SELVA.
IF we can create a hardier human race, why not? Do we stop the advance of genetic engineering because it is #8216;against nature#8217;? CATHERINE SIOW looks at bioethics from a Buddhist perspective.
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.
To get love, one must be love. This is the core of 'Fearless Loving'.
In that classic children's story. 'Town Mouse and Country Mouse', a city rodent visits his cousin in the 'ulu' and vice versa. Both end up hating each other's lifestyle because it's so strange and different and neither can wait to get back to what they are used to. The classic tale suggests we are all creatures of habit and familiarity, and that pulling up one's roots and replanting them in a new environment is next to impossible. But a young couple and a retiree who exchanged one lifestyle for a completely different one offer a new take on the simple tale. REENA GURBAKSH finds out why a country mouse bolted for the city and why a town mouse headed for the hills.
Two years ago #8211; not long after the USS Cole was attacked by suicide terrorists in a speedboat #8211; acoustics expert David C. Swanson of Penn State University got into a discussion with two physicist friends about better ways to secure large, open expanses.