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Bingjiao wants to emulate idol Wang Xin

MACAU: He Bingjiao first saw Wang Xin on television – playing in the final of the 2010 Uber Cup.

ASEAN+

Asian filmmakers hail ‘globalisation’ of cinema

BUSAN, South Korea: Two of Asia’s leading filmmakers believe moviegoers are set to benefit from the “globalisation” of cinema, which they say will boost the variety and quality of films the world is watching.

Badminton

It's all about having fun for Vivian in Ipoh

KUALA LUMPUR: Shuttler Vivian Hoo just wants to have “fun” at the Perak Open, which begins in Ipoh, Saturday.

Badminton

Doubles pair Hee Chun-Kok Siang yet to hit their stride

KUALA LUMPUR: Shuttlers Mak Hee Chun-Teo Kok Siang are in dire straits.

Badminton

Tough luck for Jin Wei at Asian juniors

PETALING JAYA: In the end it all boiled down to experience.

Badminton

Jin Wei to continue Malaysian challenge in Bangkok

KUALA LUMPUR: When the dust settled, only the pint-sized shuttler Goh Jin Wei was left standing.

Badminton

Khim Wah-Thien How bury US Open ghost to check into quarter-finals in Canada

KUALA LUMPUR: Former internationals Lim Khim Wah-Hoon Thien How bounced back from a first round exit last week to beat third seeds Michael Fuchs-Johannes Schoettler of Germany 13-21, 21-18, 21-14 in second round of the Canada Open badminton championships.

Badminton

Shuttlers Vivian-Khe Wei feeling the heat in Singapore

SINGAPORE: Top women’s pair Vivian Hoo-Woon Khe Wei are already feeling the pressure – and the national badminton team are not even in Singapore yet!

Badminton

Hee Chun-Kok Siang hope for better fortunes in Australian Open

KUALA LUMPUR: National doubles shuttler Teo Kok Siang is hoping for a reversal of fortune at the richest Superseries tournament – the US$750,000 (RM2.7mil) Australian Open – in Sydney.

Football

Premier League promote local perks of lucrative tours

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - With the English Premier League medals decided, the sport's marketing mammoth is looking east to mine the riches of Asia once again, promising value in return for a glimpse of its stars amid a small but growing resistant voice.