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TODAY, Chinese Premier Li Qiang begins his three-day visit to Malaysia. Earlier this month, Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamid returned from a 11-day visit to China.

These high-level interactions are a significant component of the festivities that mark the golden jubilee of China-Malaysia diplomatic relations. Over the past half-century, the two countries have cultivated a dynamic partnership that spans numerous domains, which gives them every reason to celebrate this prosperous 50-year journey.

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