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‘Stan Lee wanted a Chinese superhero movie’

AMERICAN comic book writer Stan Lee had wanted to make a Chinese superhero movie, said Hong Kong movie star Jackie Chan who met the Marvel legend some years back.


For a woman in China, online shopping comes first before surgery

A WOMAN in China asked to postpone her surgery for appendicitis all because of the “Double 11” festival, the most anticipated event for online shoppers.


Malaysian items a hit at 11.11 sale

MALAYSIAN-made coffee, health products, seafood and snacks top the list during the Double Eleven global shopping festival on Tmall Global, a cross-border business-­to-consumer retail platform of Alibaba Group’s


Public toilets in China adopt high-tech ‘revolution’

A WIDE range of cutting edge technology is now being adopted at public toilets in China following efforts to “revolutionise” them.


China unveils world’s first AI newsreader and doctor

IT’S all about artificial intelligence (AI), going by reports in Chinese dailies about a virtual newsreader and an AI doctor in China.


Boyfriend in jail, so woman sleeps with his brother

WHILE her boyfriend was in jail, a 38-year-old woman in Taiwan was caught in bed with his younger brother during a police raid, China Press reported.


Dad chucks newborn girl off the cliff

DRIVEN by his preference for sons, a dissatisfied father smuggled his newborn daughter out of the hos­­pital and tossed her off a cliff.


Man not only did not repay loan, assaults ex-girlfriend in public

A WOMAN in Sibu, Sarawak, was roughed up by her former boyfriend after she tried to recoup a RM29,000 loan given to him years ago, reported China Press.


Houseman duped of RM12,400 to Macau Scam

A 28-YEAR-OLD houseman lost RM12,400 after he was duped by a scammer claiming he was involved in money laundering, reported China Press.


Jack Ma regains No. 1 spot on China’s rich list

CHINA’s self-made billionaire Jack Ma (pic) has topped Forbes’ China Rich List despite having US$4bil (RM16.7bil) less compared with a year ago.