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Angry passengers, dangerous rides

Authorities in China have introduced several measures including installing safety partitions to protect bus drivers from being disturbed by commuters.

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If you have to be rescued, you will pay

Public funds are often spent to save visitors in trouble due to their reckless behaviour at tourist spots. However, the authorities have now started charging for emergency assistance.

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Ragpicker’s passion to learn English

“NEVER judge a book by its cover” is an English idiom that best des­cribes Yuan Yinghui.

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Record number of Chinese on holiday

ON Oct 1, 1949, the Five-star Red Flag was raised at the Tian’anmen Square in Beijing for the first time, marking the formation of the People’s Republic of China and a new start for its people.

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The taxman sees stars

VARIETY TV shows perhaps offer the most lucrative and easiest jobs for celebrities in China.

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Meeting to gain mutual benefits

The recent Malaysia-China Entrepreneur Conference in Nanjing offered plenty of trade and investment opportunities.

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When pavilion becomes celebrity

CLAD in striking red with eye-catching images of the Petronas Twin Towers, the Malaysia pavilion at the recent 15th China-Asean Expo (CAExpo) was a compulsory stop for most visitors.

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The horrors of homework

When teachers get creative with school assignments, parents often get as stressed out as their children.

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Rude way to get courtesy

CHINA is a country that emphasises filial piety, respect for the elderly, love for the younger ones and protection of the disadvantaged groups, in order to create a harmonious society.

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Didi’s fatal flaws and rough ride

China’s latest ride-hailing company has a lot to answer for after two female passengers were raped and murdered within four months.

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Important lessons from China trip

“WE have so much to learn from China.”

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Bullish about mountain tribe’s future

DEEP in a mountain range in Guizhou province, there live an ancient tribal community whose women have a hairstyle so elaborate that it looks like a pair of bull horns.