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Wah, Bush very terror-lah

Readers respond to our Teh Tarik columnist, Andrew Sia, who wrote a I>khau /I>piece on how some Malaysian Chinese, especially the #8220;English-educated#8221; ones, seemed to be more supportive of the American-led #8220;liberation#8221; of Iraq.


China rules out yuan float

CHINA#039;S Finance Minister Jin Renqing has rejected the idea of floating the yuan for the present, saying this was not in China#146;s or the region#146;s interest.


Why small firms shun trade missions

Many small and medium-scale industries (SMIs) are not joining the government's trade missions abroad because they think these trips are only for big companies.


China indices rise to 16-month high

Chinese stock indices climbed to 16-month highs as copper and zinc rose to records and Yunnan Chihong Zinc Germanium Co said its first-quarter profit probably more than doubled.


At border town, some Chinese view North Korea warily

DANDONG, China (Reuters) - Just over half a century ago, Chinese soldiers fought and died alongside North Koreans battling U.S.-led armies in the 1950-53 Korean War.


East Asia seeking community



China's Hu tells Dalai Lama to show "sincerity"

TOKYO (Reuters) - Chinese President Hu Jintao on Wednesday urged the Dalai Lama and his supporters to show


Japan seeks strong U.N. response on North Korea rocket

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan called for a strong response on Tuesday from the U.N. Security Council to North Korea's rocket launch, which analysts say was a test of a long-range ballistic missile, but Tokyo acknowledged that divisions remained.


Symbolic in idioms

IN many Chinese idioms, the tiger is symbolic of something powerful and dangerous. In metaphors, the Chinese view this beast, which is regarded as the Lord of the Jungle, as having 'authority'. Hence tigers are respected and even revered.


Winning back the Chinese vote

Economic issues have always been very important to Chinese voters, but increasingly civil liberties - more freedom of speech and other political freedoms - are becoming critical.