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Secrets of Asian Longevity
 How to Live Long and Well
July 21, 2003 Issue

 Hong Kong: Gridlocked
 Tip Sheet: What's Next for Tung?
 Afghanistan: Taliban Rising

 Movies: Crimefighters Unbound
 Art: Sing.'s Renaissance Man

 Piracy: Wanna Buy Some Clubs?
 Indonesia: Lord of the Village

 China: AIDS Crackdown
 North Korea: Books on Kim

 'Weddingmoons' Take Off Top Headlines
Most brides spend months agonizing over The Dress. Not so Bangkok-based expatriate Jayne Dalmer, who turned up for her first fitting five weeks before her wedding—and two weeks after giving birth to a baby girl. Her designer-dressmaker, Rachata Supasanapiwat, didn't bat an eye.

Rachata is a man who knows the subtle art of cutting, draping, pinning and pleating, and what it can do for a postpartum figure. When Jayne walked down the aisle of a New Zealand church three fittings and a 12-hour flight later, there was no trace of the frazzled new mother in the...

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