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FEW people in Malaysia are familiar with the name Tsai Ming-liang, but the rest of the world have recognised him as a great Malaysian director of artistic films. ALLAN KOAY finds out more about this home-grown talent who has been impressing the world with hsi intelligent and complex works.
READING Linda Fairstein#8217;s I>The Bone Vault/Iis like watching an episode of I>Crime Scene Investigation/I>. No guess work is required, no exertion of the #8220;little grey cells#8221; in your head.
THE title I>Aunt Dimity Takes a Holiday/Iis indeed apt as the old biddy#8217;s presence, immaterial to begin with, is so insipid that it hardly registers in this book.
CATHERINE SIOW reviews Jude Deveraux's I>The Mulberry Tree/I>.
Book review compiled by Hariati Azizan.
Indian writer Shashi Tharoor was in Kuala Lumpur for the recent Asia Media Summit in his capacity as United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Communications and Public Information. He shares his passion for writing with TAN GIM EAN.
DAPHNE LEE reviews Jennifer Donnelly's I>A Gathering Light/I>.
What better way to spend the school holidays than to catch up with movie watching and channel surfing? It may not be the most industrious or beneficial way to spend your time but heck, it's a load of fun!
Complex and infinitely fascinating, Madame Mao had three roles to grow into and master, purrs THOR KAH HOONG.
The Sunday Philosophy Club reviews by CATHERINE SIOW