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Better racial mix in the new Terengganu state government

Of the 12,000 civil servants in the state, only about 20 are non-Malays.

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Shoppers are back as economy improves

SINGAPOREANS are returning to their favourite pastime - shopping.


Ancient idea reborn in new Silk Road

A new Silk Road has been taking shape, extending westwards via central Asian and European countries to the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, forming a new Asian-European Trans-continental Bridge, Vice Minister of Communications Feng Zhenglin said Thursday in Beijing.


Distortions souring Sino-Japanese ties

Shang Erhe probably didn#8217;t expect so many people to take his side after the 69-year-old revealed that the New Chinese-Japanese Dictionary, compiled by his late father and colleagues, was seriously distorted by the Japanese publisher.


Salcon to secure more Chinese water treatment projects

Salcon Bhd, which has aggressively expanded its water treatment operations to China, expects to secure many more water treatment projects in China by the end of this year.

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Sex fiend held in New Zealand

A MARTIAL arts instructor fled the country two years ago after he was charged in court with committing sexual offences against an intellectually challenged 14-year-old boy who was being taught by him.


New Suzhou plant is largest production facility in the world

CANON Inc last week celebrated the official opening of Canon Suzhou, a US$100mil plant engaged in the production of colour digital copiers and versatile digital copiers.


R&D spending to be raised to 10% of net sales

THE Canon group will continue to emphasise on research and development (RD) as a key for it to launch new and competitive products in the market.


Canon makes China the focal point in Asia

ASIA, which contributed 10%, or US$3.05bil to Canon group's total sales last year, is expected to be a significant region in the camera and office equipment manufacturer's expansion plan in the next five years.


Lass from China ‘sold’ for RM2,000

Chinese national Yu Han Nen came to Malaysia with the hope of getting a decent job to help her parents but was forced into prostitution instead.