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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.

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Triumphant homecoming

A businessman returns to his rural roots to lead the area around Niangniang Mountain to a better tomorrow.

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Beautiful but not yet famous

SUMMER is the hardest season of the year for me. Whenever I complain about the hellish heat in Beijing, people are surprised that a Malaysian cannot stand the weather.

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Another dose of bad medicine

In China’s latest major health scare, a pharmaceutical firm was caught flouting standards for making rabies vaccines.

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When the wheels come off

THE bike-sharing business took China by storm when the service was introduced to this bicycle kingdom some two years ago.

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Food represents love for Teng

“WHERE there is water, there are the Chinese; where there are Chinese, there are Teresa Teng’s songs.” This is how people describe the popularity of the late singer, an all-time superstar from Taiwan.