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Final curtain on Beijing
THE time has come for me to bid farewell to a city I called home for more than five years.
A long and expensive journey home
A stressful ordeal to return to Malaysia with China’s Covid-zero policy.
Wedding in a knot, groom missing
IT was supposed to be the happiest day of her life but Li, the bride, attended her own wedding all alone – albeit for a couple of hours.
Good gesture turns into nuisance
WHAT was deemed a sweet gesture initially to thank Covid-19 fighters has now become a nuisance.
‘Homeless’ on the highway
Chinese truck drivers forced to live in their vehicles with the tightening of Covid-19 prevention and control measures.
Enjoying the RCEP momentum
The free trade agreement is helping to revitalise the gloomy economy brought by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Residents restless in China
As more lockdowns are imposed around the country due to rising cases of Covid-19, members of the public question whether these measures are really necessary
A heavy heart and deep sadness
It was China’s darkest day in its aviation history after a commercial plane crashed, and even more heartbreaking when officials announced the deaths of all on board.
The elusive goal of football glory
The men’s national footballers are considered a ‘disgrace to the country’.
Stop calling us ‘woman driver’
CHINESE women have called for a stop to using the term “woman driver” as they celebrated International Women’s Day.
The war has gone to the ‘cats’
SINCE Russia invaded Ukraine, Chinese netizens have been discussing about which country they support and their military might.
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