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Chu Mei-feng plans to publish nude photo book

B>TAIPEI/B>: A former Taiwanese politician who was involved in a high-profile sex scandal last year has split from her Chinese boyfriend after she decided to publish a nude photo book, it was reported yesterday.


Chu lands job as a director

Former Taiwan politician Melody Chu Mei-feng, who shot to notoriety in December 2001 after she was filmed by an estranged friend having sex with a married man, has landed herself a job with an international publication firm.


The 15 days of Chinese New Year

LEE LEE TAN has compiled a list of Do 's and Don 'ts to ensure 2003 will be another happy and prosperous year!


Filling a void

Author Roseanne Thong believes it's vital that Asian children are exposed to books that reflect their culture.


Festive fiesta in Penang

For many Malaysian children who learn about local culture and heritage within the four walls of their classrooms, the experience can be likened to playing in an empty playground.


Lim: Good to telecast cultural events live

Live telecasts of cultural events help promote awareness among Malaysians about the different racial groups, said Information Ministry parliamentary secretary Datuk Donald Lim Siang Chai.


Mooncake going for world record

The Twin Towers Mooncake, standing at 6.17m in front of the Sungei Wang Plaza here is an attempt to get recorded in the I>Guinness Book of Records/Ias the tallest mooncake twin towers in the world.


Grand night for all at Lantern Festival

The city's busy and lively entertainment enclave, in the heart of the Golden Triangle, was in festive mood as thousands of Malaysians and tourists gathered for the Lantern Festival 2003.


World record for mooncake within reach

First, it was the largest mooncake in the country, then came the longest one. This year, there is another mooncake record from the same organisers, the MCA Bukit Bintang division.


DPM: MCA united again

The MCA is again united and the rift in the party is a thing of the past, declared Barisan Nasional deputy chairman Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.