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Colours of China

Things are looking upwards

Cases of objects thrown from high places are quite rampant, so more and more CCTVs are being installed to capture the culprits.

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What’s in a name?

NAME plays an important part in our daily life.

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A padi field that roars

A LUGGAGE full of rice was what I brought back to Malaysia during a trip home late last year.

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Boy fattens up to save dad

ALL of us must eat to live. Food lovers, however, insist that they live to eat.

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A debate with no winner

FOR the first time in history, TV anchors from China and the United States faced off in a live debate amid an escalating trade war bet­ween the two nations.

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Return policy rife with abuse

ONLINE shopping has become a part of our lives because it is convenient, offers more variety and is cheaper than buying from stores.

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It’s like a matter of life and death

Ten million students are tuning down as they will soon sit for China’s all-important annual national college entrance examination.

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Winning over the young and old

HE came, he heard, he saw and now Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has a clearer picture of what the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is all about.

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The horrors of the 996 work system

THE Chinese are known as one of the most hardworking races in the world, but there is always a limit to everything.

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A global celebration of horticulture

NOT far from the foot of the magni­ficent Great Wall on the outskirts of Beijing, lays a new park with over 100 botanical pavilions.

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Hot and fiery season in China

LAST week, the whole country mourned the death of 27 firemen and three civilians who lost their lives battling a forest fire in southwest Sichuan province.

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The deep-rooted Chinese humiliation

China is one of the best places to see sakura blooms but to the people, it reminds them of Japanese occupancy.