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AT FIVE, Gonzague Saint Bris, was #8216;exiled#8217; to an old folks#8217; home #8211; 50 years on, the tale of his traumatic experience has become a bestseller in his native France. KIM WILLSHERIN reports.
CHANEL has a sterling example of how talent and passion make the best combination for creating new makeup ranges and techniques, reports LI EE KEE.
TWO former champions who have turned into caricatures will star in a boxing line-up in Memphis next month.
To the deaf community in Malaysia, Lim Anuar is a well-known artist. Mention his name in the hearing world, however, and there'll be blank looks even though his work can certainly stand on its merits in any world, hearing or not.
IN the current thrill-a-minute 2002/2003 English Premier League football season, we have been shocked by Arsenal#8217;s autumn slide that North London#8217;s finest side have thankfully managed to get out of, Liverpool#8217;s long unbeaten stint at the top followed by a drawn out slump which has seen the Merseyside club slip from first place to an embarrassing seventh in the space of 10 weeks, Chelsea#8217;s newfound steely determination and Southampton#8217;s amazing rise to the upper echelons of the English game.
THE celebrations surrounding Thierry Henry reaching a century of goals for Arsenal do not derive solely from a desire to laud a special talent. The French forward is also adored at Highbury because he is stirringly committed to his team-mates, a star who appreciates the galaxy around him, and because he is such a likeable individual.