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Jiayuguan Fort in Gansu was China’s first line of defence against marauders and is the starting point and gateway to the western end of the Great Wall to the Silk Road.
BEIJING: China shares dropped on Wednesday, led by losses in healthcare and material stocks, as investor concerns about lofty valuations as well as Sino-West tensions dented risk appetite.
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI was little changed by midday after yesterday's bargain-hunting activities on the back of a regional equities rally.
WITH the Perak Road Market closed due to Covid-19 cases, those trading outside the building in Penang keep soldiering on although business is poor.
China saw more than 89 million domestic tourist trips during the three-day Dragon Boat Festival holiday, up by 94.1 per cent from last year, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism said Monday.
PETALING JAYA: While many celebrate the Dragon Boat Festival to commemorate the poet Qu Yuan, for Tan Ai Beng, it is another festive family reunion.
Wilson Lee Flores, a Philippine bakery owner, never thought his longing for the taste of "Mama's Zongzi" could become a way of earning livelihood amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
WITH the annual Dumpling Festival just around the corner, sellers of glutinous rice dumpling, or “zong zi” as it is called in Mandarin, have been busy meeting orders for the rice parcels in Johor Baru.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Friday (June 11)
BEIJING (Global Times): A herd of 15 wild Asian elephants in Southwest China's Yunnan Province has become a huge hit on Chinese social media as netizens have been going gaga over their cute behaviors, such as the way they settle down for a nap after a long migration.