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THE description of China as truculent but not imperial Japan in a new book by Robert Kaplan titled Asia’s Cauldron: The South China Sea and the end to a stable Pacific is true only because China has, up to now, exercised greater patience in a global system that is largely inclusive. But because China has benefited from that system should we conclude it will not want to change it?
SAN FRANCISCO: Protesters blocked buses said to be operated by Google Inc and Apple Inc in San Francisco and Oakland on Friday, the latest sign of a growing backlash against the booming tech industry's impact, especially on access to affordable housing in the region.
ASK any Malaysian what their favourite local cuisine is and the answers would range from nasi lemak, rojak, fried noodles to mouth-watering desserts like kuih and other treats.
ALBERT Einstein once said: “Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.”
ANYONE who has patronised Stesen Sentral, the rail-to-road transportation hub anchoring KL Sentral in the heart of Brickfields, enough times is bound to agree that the facility is still some way from being truly world-class. The capital's busiest and most well-connected public transport node is crossed by six rail networks and a constellation of intra and intercity buses, along with taxis, serving 150,000 commuters daily.