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KL proud of ties with Beijing, says Najib

Malaysia's decision to engage China as a friend and not an adversary has helped the country to establish strong ties with the economic giant.

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Singapore-China spat likely to affect talks

A spat between China and Singapore deepened yesterday when the Chinese ambassador to Singapore suggested in published remarks that Beijing might cancel free trade talks in response to a recent visit by the city-state's incoming prime minister to Taiwan.


China keen to show Islamic sites

Apart from the usual tourist attractions like the Great Wall of China and the Forbidden City, Malaysians will also find China's centuries-old mosques with their Chinese influence fascinating.

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Aussies return seized fossils

THE Australian government has handed back to China confiscated dinosaur eggs and other fossils believed to be millions of years old.


Nanyang, HK daily collaborate on news coverage

Malaysians will be able to get first-hand news from Hong Kong and China with the collaboration between I>Nanyang Siang Pau/Iand Hong Kong's I>Wen Wei Po/Inewspaper.


Consider Malaysia first, Chinese investors urged

INVESTORS from China have been encouraged to consider Malaysia as their first choice for overseas ventures, I>Sin Chew Daily /I>reported yesterday.


Envoy praises Tun Razak for foresight

The move by Tun Abdul Razak to establish ties with China in 1974 fits aptly with the Chinese saying 'When you drink water, never forget the person who dug the well', said Chinese ambassador Wang Chungui.


Samy to lead team to study Chinese infrastructure

A Malaysian delegation will make a second trip to China to explore business opportunities in infrastructure development following the first trip with Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.


Taking the relationship to greater heights

A DEFINING moment: That is how Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak described the May 28, 1974, meeting between Tun Razak Hussein and Mao Zedong. That moment has been etched in the collective memory of Malaysians by the photograph of the famous handshake between Razak, the then Malaysian Premier, and the Chinese Supreme Leader.


Mental arithmetic and abacus plan for pupils

Major Chinese dailies focused on the Government's plan to introduce the study of abacus and mental arithmetic as part of the Mathematics subject in Year One syllabus in all schools next year.