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Hong Kong actor Jaycee Chan arrives at the Hong Kong Film Awards in this April 19, 2009 file photo. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

China charges Jackie Chan's son over drug offence

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's state prosecutor said on Monday it had formally charged Jaycee Chan, son of kung fu movie star Jackie Chan, with a drugs offence, meaning he is almost certain to face trial.

Cops seek man who allegedly absconded with RM400,000

SUBANG JAYA: Police are seeking the public’s help to locate a suspect believed to be involved in an illegal money changer remittance service, that closed shop and ran off with over RM400,000.

Rebuilding lives, restarting communities

Two organisations that stepped up to the plate explain how they helped put lives back on track.

Helping hand: Tan Sri Dr Jemilah Mahmood with a happy villager in 2011 at Kampung Weu Raya, Aceh, one of the villages Mercy Malaysia helped to rebuild. — Photo: Mercy Malaysia

In the eye of the storm

Mercy Malaysia’s Tan Sri Dr Jemilah Mahmood remains an unstoppable force in the humanitarian sector.

This combo photo taken 26 December 2004 shows (top-L) Phukets Chedi resort staff preparing for the day as the first swell edges toward the lawn followed with the arrival of the second and third waves (top-R and bottom-L) respectively, which engulfed the hotel restaurant and its surrounding gardens and the final photo showing the water at its crest, flooding the whole area.  The confirmed death toll in the massive earthquake and tidal waves that sammed Indian Ocean shorelines at the weekend passed 125,000.         AFP PHOTO

Build back, better

Dec 26, 2004, saw unspeakable devastation unleashed upon the region – as well as a surge of human dedication and resilience.

Tsunami early warning system buoy

Remembering Tsunami 2004: Will we be warned in time if the next big tsunami hits?

On the 10th anniversary of one of Asia’s worst natural disasters, the Boxing Day tsunami of 2004, MetMalaysia briefs us on what tech we have in place to guard people living along the country’s shorelines.

Making his stand: Musa is all for moderation, tolerance and acceptance of everyone. — NORAFIFI EHSAN / The Star

Musa — proud to be a moderate

Former DPM Tun Musa Hitam discusses taking the middle ground in politics and other aspects.

Latest limited edition Ducati 1199 Panigale Championship Edition only has 10 examples available and all are in Malaysia.

Taking on tuning

Trying to break into the highly competitive market in automotive electronics can be a daunting task for any company.

Money flows out

PETALING JAYA: Tracking the flow of global investment funds is a tricky business. But the ringgit’s recent sharp depreciation against the US dollar has led to suggestions by some economists that as much as RM70bil stands to flow out of the country, largely due to foreign investors liquidating their position in the bond market.

Perodua Axia gets overwhelming response after its launch recently.

Auto sector likely to soften in the first half of 2015

KUALA LUMPUR: Automotive players are expected to introduce new and enhanced versions of existing models next year, including energy-efficient vehicles (EEVs) at very competitive prices.

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