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SEPTEMBER 22 , 2000 VOL. 26 NO. 37 | SEARCH ASIAWEEK

cover COVER  STORY
'What I Feel, What I Think'
Lee Kuan Yew on governance, Asian leadership, his family — and the future
[ full story ]

PLUS:
Reaction: Regional leaders find a kinder, gentler LKY
Excerpts: Lee on Mahathir, Jiang, 35 years on the world stage and retooling Singapore

EDITORIALS
Unrest: China must get to grips with growing peasant protests

Oil: Asia needs to find more efficient ways of using energy

Letters & Comment: How to save the past

ARTS & SCIENCE
Cinema: How a pint-sized singer became a big thing in Indonesia

BUSINESS
Reckoning: Was Hong Kong's First Pacific right in focusing on Indonesia and the Philippines?

Car Trouble: Fixing Mitsubishi Motors

Interview: The Philippines' central banker defends Estrada

Growing Pains: Looking for some support from Jakarta

Investing: Pages of profits from Thai rare books

Business Buzz: China's final WTO flutter

NEWSMAP
This week's news round-up by country

THE NATIONS
Diplomacy: On a roll, Jiang Zemin launches a charm offensive
Spin Doctor: Meet China's makeover artist

Thailand: Suwat who? Suwat Liptapanlop — future prime minister of Thailand
Interview: Tang on political and economic reform, and China

Hong Kong: What the legislative polls mean for Tung Chee-hwa
Feud: Newspaper wars that turn vulgar
Tragedy: The Great Shenzhen Boyhunt

Indonesia: In the wake of the brutal West Timor militia murders, pressure mounts on Wahid

Newsmakers: Springtime in Seoul

TECHNOLOGY
Net Games: Fun with mobile phones

Gossip: A Hong Kong website riles the professional community

Scene-Stealers: Now Web bandits are going after DVD movies

Viewpoint: What's wrong with WAP


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