February 8, 2015 1:54 AM Optometrists: Youngsters not seeing the dangers of cosmetic lenses
PETALING JAYA - "For sale: 90-day contact lenses, still new, used only once." It's true what they say - these days, you can buy almost anything online. According to one anime enthusiast, Rosie, it is common for Cosplay fans here to put up their contact lenses for sale on social media after using them once. "Our characters' look includes the colour or shape 3
February 8, 2015 12:16 AM Evolving around the Mothership, Property, Property, AsiaOne Business News
It is always a good idea to have a couple of accent pieces mixed in with the general design scheme of things when it comes to home decoration, even if it is only to get the conversation going when friends come over for dinner. But with their creeping chandelier that has pendant lights connected to 200m of black electrical wiring, have the Thongs of Serangoon 3
February 7, 2015 11:43 PM You only have one pair of eyes - Nation
IT is such a normal part of life that nobody blinks an eye when things do not feel right, until things go horribly wrong. Since it was first invented in 1888 to correct vision, contact lenses have come such a long way that now even those with perfect vision are using them daily for cosmetic reasons. The familiarity, however, has made many careless when it comes 4
February 7, 2015 11:38 PM 'Tunku was a moderate Malaysianâ€™, AsiaOne Malaysia News
GEORGE TOWN - The late Bapa Malaysia Tunku Abdul Rahman was a moderate Malaysian of his time, according to his former aide-de-camp Owen Chung. He said Tunku was also a strong believer of meritocracy and was not concerned about colour or creed. "People did not expect any favours from him, even if they were his close friends or family members. He disliked 1
February 7, 2015 11:34 PM Bad hygiene habits the cause of eye infection - Nation
PETALING JAYA: Lack of awareness of the dangers and bad hygiene habits are the main reasons why contact lens users get eye infections, say experts. “We hear all kinds of horror stories from patients, like cleaning their lenses with saliva, wearing lenses longer than they are supposed to and swapping lenses with friends to try a different colour or pattern 6
February 7, 2015 5:06 PM New Bond girl misses Berlin premiere due to Bond shoot "mishaps"
New Bond girl Lea Seydoux had to miss the Berlin film festival premiere of "Diary of a Chambermaid", in which she plays the starring role, due to "mishaps" during the James Bond film shoot. BERLIN: New Bond girl Lea Seydoux had to miss the Berlin film festival premiere of Benoit Jacqcuot's remake of "Diary of a Chambermaid", in which she plays the starring 4
February 7, 2015 1:38 AM Why do Indian men BEAT their wives...
I admit, that line was used by a major advertiser earlier (in just about the only ad that an Indian features). You see, we live in a world of stereotypes. When I write my articles, I deliberately make it controversial (much to the trepidations of the editors). After all, if you write and nobody reads, then you can consider it a ‘syiok sendiri’ piece 1
February 7, 2015 1:27 AM Make cooking easy - braise away! - Don't Call Me Chef
Place a heavy, lidded pot on the stove over medium-high heat. Add just enough oil to cover the base of the pot. Add the meat, in batches if you have to so that the pieces don’t crowd each other, and keep the lid off. Brown the meat on all sides until it achieves a deep colour. In the oil left behind in the pot, cook the aromatics like onions, celery 6
February 7, 2015 12:15 AM Football: Leeds defender Bellusci cleared in Norwich racism row
LONDON: Leeds United defender Giuseppe Bellusci has had a misconduct charge for allegedly racially abusing Norwich City striker Cameron Jerome found not proven by an Independent Regulatory Commission, the Football Association said on Friday. Bellusci, 25, was accused of using abusive and insulting words towards Jerome in a championship (second tier) 4
February 7, 2015 12:14 AM Want to give a kid in the flood-hit areas a new school bag and stationery? Here’s how!
CzipLee Malaysia is running “Back to School” (BTS) drive to equip schoolchildren returning to school in flood-hit areas with new school bags, exercise books, and stationery. – Pictures courtesy of CzipLee MalaysiaKUALA LUMPUR, Feb 7 – After witnessing how the recent floods had forced tens of thousands of Malaysians to evacuate their homes, CzipLee Malaysia