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Havas unveils book on how Malaysian millennials feel and act

HAVAS Media KL has launched the first edition of its brand new book series: “The Lens”.

Banking regulator and Hubei chief front runners to head PBoC

CHINA’S top banking regulator Guo Shuqing and veteran banker Jiang Chaoliang are front runners to succeed Zhou Xiaochuan, the country’s longest-serving central bank head who is likely to step down next year, according to multiple sources familiar with the matter.

P&G strives to bring its mojo back

PROCTER & Gamble Co survived a board showdown with investor Nelson Peltz earlier this week by persuading shareholders that the company has changed. Now it has to prove it.

BNP plans Asia wealth-management hires as rivals retreat

BNP Paribas SA plans to substantially increase the number of client advisers employed by its Asian wealth-management business, seeing an opportunity in the retreat of some European rivals from the region.

Move forward with affordable housing

THE issue of affordable housing has been a hot potato for many countries, especially for a nation with a growing population and urbanisation like ours.

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GEORGE TOWN: A five-year-old boy cheated death when he fell off from the fifth floor of his flat when he was left alone at home.

Seniors do nation proud in athletics championship in China

A TEAM of 34 senior Malaysian athletes did the country proud at the 20th Asia Masters Athletics Championships in Rugao, China, last month.

Hong Kong leader can't rule out barring even former governor Patten as China flexes muscles

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong's leader denied on Friday that China had taken over immigration controls in the city after a British activist was refused entry, but she couldn't rule out barring even the last colonial governor and frequent China critic, Chris Patten.

Nine Hong Kong democracy activists found guilty of criminal contempt

HONG KONG (Reuters) - A Hong Kong court on Friday found nine pro-democracy activists guilty of criminal contempt of court for refusing to leave a protest site during the 2014 "Occupy" demonstrations which brought major roads in the city to a halt.

HK regulator drops case against StanChart, UBS over 2009 IPO - sources

HONG KONG: Hong Kong’s securities regulator has dropped a lawsuit against Standard Chartered Plc and UBS Group AG over the 2009 IPO of timber company China Forestry Holdings Co Ltd, two people with knowledge of the matter said.