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From ‘impossible’ dream to i-City

The success story of self-taught businessman Tan Sri Lim Kim Hong tells of pure entrepreneurial drive, professional management and an immense enjoyment of his work.

Taiwan's main opposition leader disappointed with Xi-Ma meeting

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's main opposition leader said on Saturday that she was disappointed President Ma Ying-jeou made no reference to preserving the island's democracy and freedom during his landmark meeting with China President Xi Jinping in Singapore.

Taiwan's Ma says hopes China can use peace to resolve cross-strait issues

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou said on Saturday that he hoped China can use peace, and not force, to resolve cross-strait issues, and that Taiwan's people were most concerned with the island's security and dignity.

China says splittist forces in Taiwan biggest threat to cross-strait peace

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - China said on Saturday that forces seeking Taiwan's independence are the greatest threat to cross-strait peace.

Malaysia halted by Great Wall of China in World Junior Championships

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s hopes for a mixed team medal at the World Junior Championships in Peru ended but Cheam June Wei can still afford a smile.

China, Taiwan leaders open summit with historic handshake

SINGAPORE (AFP) - Chinese President Xi Jinping and Taiwan leader Ma Ying-jeou shook hands and smiled broadly Saturday as they opened a historic summit, the first since the two sides’ traumatic 1949 split following a civil war.

China says‘one family’ at start of historic Taiwan summit

SINGAPORE (AFP) - Chinese President Xi Jinping told Taiwan’s leader Ma Ying-jeou that the two sides are “one family” and cannot be pulled apart, as they began a landmark summit on Saturday in Singapore.

China's Xi says wants South China Sea issue resolved peacefully

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - China has always insisted the dispute in the South China Sea should be resolved peacefully through talks, but the government has a responsibility to protect the country's sovereignty and maritime rights, Chinese President Xi Jinping said on Saturday.

Xi stresses China sea claims, but won’t ‘bully’ neighbours

SINGAPORE, Nov 7, 2015 (AFP) - Chinese President Xi Jinping on Saturday repeated his country’s uncompromising claims to the South China Sea but pledged that it would not "bully" its weaker neighbours.

Protests in Taiwan as Ma leaves for meet with Xi

TAIPEI, Nov 6, 2015 (AFP) - Angry protesters tried to storm parliament in Taiwan overnight Saturday as the island’s leader Ma Ying-jeou left for a historic summit in Singapore with Chinese President Xi Jinping.