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Thousands in pro-police rally as Hong Kong braces for another mass protest

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Tens of thousands gathered in Hong Kong on Saturday to voice support for the police and call for an end to violence, after a wave of protests against an extradition bill triggered clashes between police and activists and plunged the city into crisis.

Hong Kong actor Simon Yam stabbed in abdomen at promotional event in China

HONG KONG (ANN): Hong Kong actor Simon Yam was stabbed in the abdomen on Saturday (July 20) during a promotional event in the southern Chinese city of Zhongshan, local news outlets reported.

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Chew resigns as MCA sec-gen to pursue doctorate programme in China

KUALA LUMPUR: Datin Paduka Chew Mei Fun will start her PhD programme in China's Peking University in September.

China’s deepfake celebrity porn culture stirs debate about artificial intelligence use

Newspaper’s investigation into how web forums and e-commerce platforms let users superimpose other people’s pictures on pornographic videos raises ethical questions about how the technology is used
Some sellers offer to superimpose female celebrities’ faces onto pornographic film actresses for less than US$1

Bruce Lee fan club appeals to Hong Kong government to save kung fu legend’s former mansion at Kowloon Tong, which is soon to be demolished

Bruce Lee Club wants to restore disused building and turn it into a museum devoted to the star, who died in 1973
House on Cumberland Road set to become Chinese studies centre but owner has no objection to government preserving it

Chinese teenager who drove seaplane into car park railing may have bright career as pilot

Schoolboy learned to taxi aircraft by watching repair crews
Stunt won him admiration of pilots and prospect of learning to fly

Chinese University medical faculty hires top Hong Kong doctor who left patient halfway through surgery in 2017 for private practice

University spokeswoman says they believe in meritocracy and have a rigorous and fair selection process in place
Lawmaker feels Dr Kelvin Ng Kwok-chaithe should be given second chance on condition that similar mistake do not recur

U.S. should reject 'prejudice' on China religious rights - state media

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - The United States should reject "prejudice" and respect facts instead of vilifying China's record on religious rights, the Communist Party newspaper People's Daily said on Saturday after fresh criticism of China's treatment of ethnic Muslims.

Runner reaches finish line, enters M’sia Book of Records

GEORGE TOWN: Avid marathon runner Alex Goh Shaw Peng has become the first Malaysian to complete the top 10 world marathons, as recognised by the Malaysia Book of Records.

Record breaker: Goh during one of his training sessions at Jambatan Sultan Ismail in Muar, Johor.

Chinese national spreads ‘durian joy’

PETALING JAYA: When Chinese national Guan Guoyu first tasted durians, he hated it.

Basket of gold: Guan sorting out a basket of Musang King durians after they were harvested from his farm