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Strange but true: Mickey gets feng shui-d.

WALT DISNEY bosses consulted Chinese feng shui experts before building Hong Kong Disneyland.

They made changes such as tilting the site of the park several degrees and setting up 'no fire zones' in kitchens Spade in Korea SOUTH KOREA is set on becoming the next holiday hot spot for world travellers, despite its prickly reputation.

Tourist chiefs have ordered the removal of barbed wire from beaches, erected to protect against invasion from the North.

Burning ambition THE figures did not add up for insurers when a teacher guaranteed two dimwitted students an automatic pass if they did a little extra homework.

Tramesha Fox asked the teenagers to torch her car because she was behind on the repayments Dog-gone it WHEN Angie Jones' dog Nestle jumps for joy, people can't help watching.

The brown Labrador from Pasadena can leap almost seven feet - a world jumping record for canines


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Publication:Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jul 10, 2005
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