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THEY love to sing and keep themselves entertained and connected by having karaoke sessions with neighbours and friends.

Amazing Spring’ production team has to cope with fire and fake news

PETALING JAYA: The production team of a film being shot in Bandar Bukit Puchong in Selangor not only had to deal with a fire that broke out on set, injuring 31 of the cast members including Hong Kong veteran actress Sharon Yeung Pan-pan, but fake news as well.

First aid: Safety personnel and movie crew rushing to the aid of a victim after a fire at a movie set in Bandar Bukit Puchong. Inset: Yeung. — Picture from social media
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Fan Bingbing tax evasion scandal: four luxury brands caught up in the Chinese actress’ fall from grace

The actress, one of China’s highest-earning entertainers, has not been seen in public since the July scandal. Her disappearance poses some difficult questions for the luxury brands she endorses

Dim sum shop sells traditional Chinese lanterns

GEORGE TOWN: A dim sum restaurant has been drawing tourists and children alike thanks to multi-coloured and shaped lanterns.

Festive occasion: Patrons having dim sum under an array of lanterns in George Town. — LIM BENG TATT / The Star

Modest 5% to 6% growth likely in Malaysian retail sector

Market to be sustained by improved consumer spending and stability

Pavilion Kuala Lumpur marketing director Kung Suan Ai (second from left) receiving the Gold Award for Best Experiential Marketing from Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry deputy secretary-general Datuk Haslina Abdul Hamid (second from right). With them are (left) Tourism Malaysia advertising and digital division director Manohararan Periasamy and Malaysia Shopping Malls Association (PPK) advisor and past president Richard Chan (right). The mall won the award for its Dream Garden of Prosperity Chinese New Year celebration and first festive campaign in Visit Pavilion 2018. Organised by PPK, the PPK Malaysia Awards recognises Malaysia’s most innovative shopping centres for outstanding achievement in marketing. This is the second consecutive time that Pavilion Kuala Lumpur won this award, the first being ‘The Rise to Opulence’ in 2017.

Safety priority for De Puncak Ukay residents

FOR residents of De Puncak Ukay, Taman Ukay Perdana in Ampang, every morning is like waking up on a mountain top resort.

Ministry pushing for more festive Sarawak flights

KUCHING: The Transport Mini­stry wants airlines to have more flights between peninsular Malaysia and Sarawak during festive seasons so that more Sarawakians can afford to fly home.

Loke: To keep air fares low, Ministry will increase flights to Sarawak during festive seasons

KUCHING: The Transport Ministry will look into increasing the number of flights between peninsular Malaysia and Sarawak during festive seasons, so that more Sarawakians can afford to fly home.

Landowners liable for illegal dumping

OWNERS of vacant land that are not fenced up are fully responsible if the area is turned into an illegal dumpsite, said Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ).






The mountain of construction waste which includes plastic, wooden materials and bricks caught fire on a land belonging to a private developer last month.

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AirAsia Hong Kong and Macao chief executive officer Celia Lao (centre) with the trophies for ‘Asia’s Leading Low-Cost Airline’ and ‘Asia’s Leading Low-Cost Airline Cabin Crew’ at the 2018 World Travel Awards Asia and Australasia.

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