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The curious case of the ill-fitting bra

IT was supposed to be a wedding banquet but the bride was missing.

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Chinese cabbages now in demand

Winter means it is time for Beijingers to stock up their veggies to ensure they have enough on the dining tables throughout the cold months.

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Road to making it big in China

THE 17th China-Asean Expo (CAExpo) was a successful one despite the ongoing spike in Covid-19 cases worldwide.

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Lost in translation in Fujian

WHEN I received an invitation for a visit to the Fujian province, I got pretty excited as I would be going to the southern region of China where most ancestors of Malaysian Hokkien came from.

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Selling coffee to tea lovers

The opening of a cafe in a remote village is an indication of how the country’s poverty alleviation programme is working with the locals enjoying better income and livelihood.

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A welcome change

DEEP in the remote mountains of western Hunan province sits Shibadong village.

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Colour me beautiful

EVERY woman is beautiful and each has every right to feel and look that way.

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When the sober are toast

A dead drinking buddy can drag you into serious trouble in this country.

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The youngest dinosaur tracker

A five-year-old is the youngest Chinese to discover traces of prehistoric life in the country.

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Pushed beyond their limit

China risks losing some medals in the Tokyo Olympics with the use of a one-size-fits-all physical test in the selection of athletes.

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Time for celebrations

It is a week-long holiday for the Chinese for the mid-autumn festival and national day celebration but with Covid-19 still a threat, many are still cautious.

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Toughest job in the world

With a demanding and unhealthy work culture, and now extra pressure from the school, some parents are finding it hard to cope.

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