The Dubious Achievements issue (Dec 2011)

Welcome to the December Dubious Achivements 2011 Issue of Esquire Malaysia. We take a look at all things funny, wild, crazy, and just plain nuts that made 2011 a memorable one. We spare nothing, and no one. Inside, you'll find:

Charlie Sheen
He started the year as a TV favourite. He ended it as the most talked-about celebrity.
By Jan Janssen.

The Dubious Achievements of 2011
What do Lynas, January Jones, diamonds, and the Obedient Wives Club have in common?
By Marina Mahathir, Niki Cheong, Shelah!!! and Fahmi Fadzil

A Woman We Love: Deborah Henry
She went to Brazil as a hot contender for Miss Universe. She returned all grown-up, with some choice words.
By Jon Chew

Malaysia, We Are At War
A group of Malaysian soldiers are fighting to save what they can in the war-torn country.
By Zan Azlee

James Frey
The man who Oprah destroyed returns in a cocktail of aliens and comics.
By John H.Richardson

The Year in Women
We take a fond (and irreverent) look at the year in women.

What I've Learned: Ahmad Izham Omar
"Once again I apologise to the whole of Malaysia. Please don't be upset with me?"
Interviewed by Lennard Gui

Style: The Resolution
End the year with a dash of panache.

Style: Our Best Dressed Man
The five finalists (and one overall winner) for our Best Dressed Man competition.

Plus two new contests with Paco Rabanne and Ferragamo. A special appearance throughout by Fay Hokulani. An Esquire 10 gift shop. And our regular "Man at His Best columnists" such as Gavin Yap, Fay Khoo and Joanne Kam. AND "The Manual", "Essentials of Style" and year-end Thousand Words recap by Patrick Teoh . The issue is at all major newsstands and bookshops, so hurry down, buy an issue. Because we all need to laugh at ourselves every now and then.

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