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Sex education by accident

SCHOOLS across China have postponed the start of the spring semester to avoid the spread of Covid-19 (novel coronavirus).

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Lack of hygiene awareness

WHILE many people zero in on those who eat wild animals for the novel coronavirus outbreak, I beg to differ. I would blame it on the lack of hygiene awareness among the Chinese, which I dare say is one big problem.

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A quiet Chinese New Year in Beijing

TENS of thousands of people – as far as my eyes could see – greeted me when I first arrived in Beijing more than two years ago.

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Countdown to Winter Olympics

BEIJING is the only city to have been chosen for two Olympic Games.

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Suzhou hits all the right notes

ON the last day of 2019, people from all over Suzhou flocked to Hanshan Temple, a landmark in the city in the southeastern Jiangsu province.

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Welcoming the new year with laughter

THE clock is ticking fast to welcome 2020 and I have compiled some funny incidents that took place in China for you to end the year with a smile.

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Xi’an’s underground kingdom

​​​​​​​CHINA is known for its speed. It built the world’s fastest bullet train and maglev train system, and developed 5G – the fastest mobile network.

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War against online scams

With the Chinese government coming down hard on online scams, fraudsters are moving their bases overseas.

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Wayang kulit revival in China

PI YING XI or shadow puppetry has been given a new lease of life in China.

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Beijing moves to curb overcrowding

THE Beijing subsidiary administrative centre in Tongzhou district is taking shape, nearly a year after the city municipal government moved in.

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The power of Asean-China youth

PEKING University welcomed hundreds of students from various higher educational institutions from Asean countries late last month.

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When killers are not criminals

Outraged over recent cases of minors who can’t be charged with murder, many Chinese want tougher punishment for juveniles who commit violent acts.