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Toyota leaves Pyeongchang podium to South Korean rivals

PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (Reuters) - For a major new Olympics sponsor, Japanese carmaker Toyota Motor Corp is oddly invisible at the Pyeongchang winter Games.

NBC apologises to Koreans and Games for Japan comment

PYEONGCHANG (Reuters) - U.S. broadcaster NBC apologised to South Korea's winter Games organising committee on Sunday after a commentator offended locals during coverage of the opening ceremony by straying into the sensitive issue of Japan-South Korean relations.

Beijing police detain man after knife attack in shopping district

BEIJING (Reuters) - Police in the Chinese capital Beijing detained a man on Sunday after a knife attack in a busy shopping district that injured at least one person.

Financial help for Yale programme

QOOCO, the provider of Qooco mobile language learning solutions, has announced the opening of applications for the Yale Young Global Scholars – Qooco Scholarship, a US$150,000 (RM595,500) annual fund that will allow students in Asia to attend the prestigious Yale Young Global Scholars (YYGS) Programme.

‘Uighurs will be sent back’

BATU PAHAT: Kuala Lumpur will honour its agreement with Beijing to extradite 11 Uighur Muslims wanted by China.

‘Robocops’ patrol station and provide information

BEIJING: Local police activated 20 automated police robots, or “robocops” of different shapes and functions, at Shenzhen North Railway Station in Guangdong province to help safeguard passengers during the Spring Festival travel rush.

Pet foster care booming ahead of CNY

BEIJING: While hundreds of millions of people are moving around the country to reunite with their families for Spring Festival, which begins on Feb 16, Wang Mengfan, 27, is staying at her pet shop in Shanghai and preparing for the peak season during the festival.

Crackdown on gun crimes

BEIJING: China aims to further curb the manufacturing, smuggling and online sales of firearms by cracking down on crimes involving guns and explosives, officials from the Public Security Ministry said.

Publisher: I’m being used like a chess piece by Sweden

SHANGHAI: Detained book publisher Gui Minhai has surfaced nearly three weeks after disappearing into police custody in China, confessing wrongdoing and accusing his adopted country Sweden of manipulating him like a “chess piece”.

Lim told state assembly CRCC part of SPV, says Wee

PETALING JAYA: The Penang Chief Minister has told the state assembly that China Railway Construction Corporation Ltd (CRCC) is part of the special purpose vehicle (SPV) that was awarded the Penang undersea tunnel project, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.