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Protect and share

Reseachers at French beauty brand Clarins work hand in glove with scientists to produce creams and lotions that stay true to the company's aims, reports TAN GIM EAN.

Pointed social comment

WHEN he was a young lad, Jack Sprat, the white sheep in a family of criminals, lived on a council estate in a house numbered 10.

Familiar territory

WHILE most people dream of escaping their mundane daily lives, there are many who would pay megabucks to get more of it.

Family last

What does polygamy in Perlis have to do with Brad Pitt, George Bush and men being caned till they became impotent? ANDREW SIA pulls a strong cup of tea to find out...

A dramatic difference

For food that looks as good as it tastes, add a little edible drama, says MARY BETH FALLER.

Free reads for all

IT is interesting to note how the Education Department went all out to implement the use of English in Science and Mathematics.

Connecting through art

THEATRE stalwart Charlene Rajendran had no idea what she was in for when she applied for the Arts Network Asia grant. However, having been actively involved in theatre and related fields for well over a decade, it did not take a lot to persuade her to apply for the grant for collaborative projects between artistes in South-East Asia in 2001.

Rural folk at risk too

A recent study has found that rural folk may not be as protected from heart disease as we think, ALLAN KOAY reports.

Where design matters

With high-tech intelligent lighting and a refurbished railway carriage for a cafeteria, this is one very unusual factory. COLIN KHOO tours an elegant space.

Doctor Sue

The practice of medicine in the modern era is increasingly becoming more defensive as the fear of litigation increases, with more patients suing doctors over treatments #8216;gone wrong#8217;. COLIN KHOO attends a conference that addresses some of the medico-legal issues that may arise in healthcare practice.