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Public funds are often spent to save visitors in trouble due to their reckless behaviour at tourist spots. However, the authorities have now started charging for emergency assistance.
“NEVER judge a book by its cover” is an English idiom that best describes Yuan Yinghui.
ON Oct 1, 1949, the Five-star Red Flag was raised at the Tian’anmen Square in Beijing for the first time, marking the formation of the People’s Republic of China and a new start for its people.
VARIETY TV shows perhaps offer the most lucrative and easiest jobs for celebrities in China.
The recent Malaysia-China Entrepreneur Conference in Nanjing offered plenty of trade and investment opportunities.
CLAD in striking red with eye-catching images of the Petronas Twin Towers, the Malaysia pavilion at the recent 15th China-Asean Expo (CAExpo) was a compulsory stop for most visitors.
When teachers get creative with school assignments, parents often get as stressed out as their children.
CHINA is a country that emphasises filial piety, respect for the elderly, love for the younger ones and protection of the disadvantaged groups, in order to create a harmonious society.
China’s latest ride-hailing company has a lot to answer for after two female passengers were raped and murdered within four months.
“WE have so much to learn from China.”