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- AFP Relax - Thu, Dec 5, 2013 10:51 PM PHT
On Thursday, Pantone, the global color authority and provider of professional color standards, unveiled its pick for 2014, 'radiant orchid'. On Thursday Pantone is due to unveil its first ever clothing line, the Universe Colorwear men's wear collection. Pantone has previously applied its block color swatches to a range of watches, teapots and its famed coffee mugs.
- AFP Relax - Thu, Dec 5, 2013 8:33 PM PHT
A yellow-and-black jumpsuit from Bruce Lee's final movie was sold for more than double its expected hammer price at an auction in Hong Kong Thursday commemorating the 40th anniversary of his death. The one-piece suit from "Game of Death", which was specially designed by a Hong Kong tailor to fit Lee, was sold at the evening auction for HK$780,000 ($100,595) to an anonymous telephone bidder. "It would have been nice to have the suit but I prefer this most of all, more than any other thing," 49-year-old British investment manager George Philips, who also bid on the suit said after winning the nunchaku. "I think everybody loves Bruce Lee items, I did karate when I was five or six years old," Philips said, adding that he used to practise with the nunchaku while wearing a motorcycle helmet at the time.
- AFP Relax - Tue, Dec 3, 2013 8:30 PM PHT
A contraceptive pill for men has moved one step closer after Australian researchers successfully made male mice infertile, according to a study published Tuesday. Monash University scientists genetically modified mice to block two proteins found on the smooth muscle cells which are essential for sperm to travel through the animal's reproductive organs. The result was that even though the mice had sex normally and were otherwise healthy, they were infertile, researcher Sabatino Ventura from Melbourne's Monash University said. Ventura, who collaborated with researchers from the University of Melbourne and Britain's University of Leicester on the study, now wants to replicate the genetic process chemically, and believes a male contraceptive pill could be possible in about 10 years.