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Another sex scandal hits Singapore varsity

THE National University of Singapore (NUS) has been rocked by another online sex scandal, three months after the Alvin Tan case.


Taiwanese gamblers bet on cancer patients

PUNTERS in Taiwan are wagering on a macabre game to predict the date when terminally ill cancer patients die, reported China Press.


Residents shocked over underwear in elevator

RESIDENTS at Block 265 of Boon Lay Drive, Singapore, were shocked when one of the elevators had underwear hanging inside, reported China Press.


HK star Andy Lau making a comeback

HONG KONG superstar Andy Lau is making a comeback following the success of his New Year Eve’s countdown concert in Hunan, China.


Cops probe Jackie Chan over arms

HONG KONG action star Jackie Chan is being investigated for illegal possession of firearms after he boasted fighting off several gangsters with three pistols and six grenades.


Woman sells hugs on busy street for iPhone 5

i>Kwong/i>iWah Yit Poh/ireported that a woman from Xiamen in China has resorted to selling hugs on the street just to buy an Apple iPhone 5.


Man reported missing in Singapore is in prison

A MALAYSIAN man who was reported missing in Singapore after visiting the Malaysian High Commission there on Nov 27 was apparently locked up in Changi Prison, reported i>Sin Chew Daily/i>.


Jackie Chan bags two Guinness awards

CHINESE action star Jackie Chan has been awarded with two Guinness World Record certificates for his new film i>Chinese Zodiac/i>.


Firm takes the stink out with deodorising underpants

A TEXTILE company in Japan had invented deodorised underpants that has become a hit among busy businessmen who have no time to go to the loo, i>Nanyang Siang Pau/ireported.


ANALYSIS - Grim Chinese views of North Korea suggest rethink

BEIJING (Reuters) - Reckless, ungrateful, a security threat: these are not terms that China has traditionally directed at North Korea, but they have become increasingly common in state-run media, suggesting a budding re-think of old ties.