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Experts can predict how bad nearsightedness will become and are studying ways to halt its progression, writes KATHLEEN DOHENY.
KATHERINE Lowe (Jan 24) said that her Toastmasters#8217; Club #8220;strives to maintain a high standard of English#8221; (and I note the operative word here is #8220;strives#8221; as opposed to #8220;maintains#8221;) and #8220;improvement#8221; is made on the basis that a member#8217;s speech #8220;is better than the one he made six months ago#8221;.
iLands of Glass/i by Alessandro Baricco is reviewed by S.L. WONG.
NORMAN Lebrecht recently won the Whitbread first book award #8211; at the age of 54. He tells EMMA BROCKES why it took him so long.
Senior citizens in China have lots of tales to tell of the upheavals and revolutionary times they lived through and the prosperity they are now experiencing, reports MARTIN FACKLER.
Fugitive recovery is not just a fancy phrase for bounty hunting. It is an intriguing industry that requires some cleaning up in Virginia, the United States, reports TIMOTHY DWYER.