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Big buttons, big rivets

With a long working man#8217;s history behind the brand, Levi#8217;s is set to take back some of the turf usurped by current upstart names. Let#8217;s see if the jeans maker is barking up the right tree with its brand-new Type 1.

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Love drops in

SCANNING the synopsis and glowing reviews listed on the back and inside cover of Amy Jenkin#8217;s latest novel, Funny Valentine, you get the impression that this is going to be another witty and quirky account of a woman.

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For whom the tea pours

The Chinese in China are rediscovering the most quintessential of Chinese drinks #8211; tea, reports MARTIN FACKLER.

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Test Your Word Power

THE rule when your cupboards are cluttered is: if you haven#8217;t used something in years, get rid of it. This rule does not apply to words. There#8217;s always room for more in your vocabulary. How many of the following words have you used recently? Are you sure of their meaning?

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Triple protection

THE latest beauty products on the shelves.

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Towards everlasting peace

A GROUP of concerned Malaysians representing various faiths met in Taiping recently to discuss ways to create a more harmonious and peaceful society in multi-racial and multi-religious Malaysia amidst rising tension and rumours of war in the world, reports T. SELVA.

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Hi-ho, hi-ho

The only reason most of us would go back to work on a public holiday (and grudgingly at that) would be the double overtime. But there are people, like radio disc jockey Yasmin Yusoff, who come to office because they (gasp) actually want to.

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Go with the flow

To enjoy the benefits of Vasthu Sastra recommendations effectively, one should understand the flow of earth energies because they have subtle interactive influences on a human being.

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Picture this

A painter touches urban souls in Taiwan and other Asian countries with picture books aimed at adults, writes ANNIE HUANG.

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World of woes

The Worldwatch Institute says that time is running out for Man to set things right, Paul Brown reports.