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American organist to perform recital in Kuching

KUCHING: American organist Janet Yieh will give a recital at St Thomas’ Cathedral here next week as part of her Asian concert tour, which will also see her performing in Hong Kong and Taiwan.

Corporate News

Former Baha Mar owner sues Chinese contractor over failure of US$3.5bil project

The original owner of the Baha Mar Resort, BML Properties Ltd, has filed a US$2.25 billion lawsuit alleging a "massive fraud" by the Chinese contractor of the luxury hotel and casino project in Nassau, the Bahamas, that opened its doors in April after years of delays.

AseanPlus News

Beauty centre ‘cheats teacher in Hong Kong with claim that warts on neck would become contagious’

Staff at Mong Kok centre spent three hours persuading woman to sign up for treatment that she refused, only to find she had been charged HK$110,000

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Vietnamese airline’s 2018 bikini calendar may set pulses racing – but using sex to sell seats doesn’t fly in conservative travel markets

Vietjet Air says photo shoot was to ‘showcase the airline’s high-quality service’, but the scantily clad women pictured in it are mostly not Vietnamese and don’t work on any of the company’s 49 aircraft – they are models


China hands down harshest sentence yet in crackdown on activists

BEIJING (Reuters) - China sentenced a prominent rights activist to eight years in jail for subversion on Tuesday, his lawyer said, the harshest sentence passed in a government crackdown on activism that began more than two years ago.

AseanPlus News

Chinese smuggler admits swallowing 57 pellets of cocaine

Drugs weighing about 330 grams found in man’s stomach following his arrest at airport in Shaanxi province after flight from Myanmar

AseanPlus News

The year the dam burst on allegations of sexual misconduct against powerful men

Dozens of powerful men – including the US president – stand accused of sexual misconduct, ensuring 2017 marks a watershed cultural moment


KLCI retraces earlier losses to end almost flat

KUALA LUMPUR: The local benchmark index retraced losses seen in the morning session to end slightly lower at 1,759.99 points.


China regulator summons founder of debt-laden LeEco back to China

China's securities regulator has formally ordered the founder of indebted tech conglomerate LeEco to return to China and sort out a mounting debt pile linked to his firms.


Asia stocks mixed, euro rebounds, bitcoin steadies

TOKYO: Asian stocks were mixed in trading thinned by year-end holidays. Japanese benchmarks slipped from the highest levels since the early 1990s, while China’s currency reached its strongest since September.