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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Filipo Daugunu's first test try against the All Blacks on Sunday capped a fine debut for the former Fiji soccer junior while underlining the growing importance of Pasifika talent to the fortunes of Australian rugby.
SHENZHEN, China: Shenzhen will strengthen property rights and protection of entrepreneurs, China's President Xi Jinping said Wednesday in a speech to marking the establishment of the country's first economic zone in the southern city four decades earlier.
HONG KONG (China Daily/ANN): Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, said she envisions collaboration between Shenzhen and Hong Kong in the field of the “new economy”, encompassing areas such as innovative technology and creative and design industries, in an effort that would gather momentum and rise to a higher level.
For the first time, foreign reporters visited Vietnam’s secretive prison system, and saw forced labour, a replica of Singapore’s Merlion and crocs within its walls.
BEIJING, Oct. 13 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Vice Premier Sun Chunlan on Tuesday stressed strengthening the work on spoken and written language in the new era at a national teleconference on language.
CHAO Ling Group Holding Sdn Bhd (CLG) has begun a new chapter in the bereavement care services industry by introducing its first bus hearse in Malaysia.
SOME 70 Malaysian artists showcased their talent creating high quality visual effects for a Hollywood films, reported Berita Harian.
(Reuters) - Arsenal must get midfielder Mesut Ozil involved in the first team again and keeping him sidelined is a "waste" of the playmaker's creativity, the club's former manager Arsene Wenger has said.
Guillaume Benoliel's parents sent him for his first piano lesson aged four after they realised he could hear a tune and play it back for himself.
PETALING JAYA: Indonesia’s drastic move to attract investments by amending 79 laws in a single stroke recently, which include abolishing sectoral minimum wage and easing labour regulations, has raised questions on whether it would render Malaysia less attractive in the eyes of foreign investors compared to its neighbour.