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Envoy feels 'at home' with local CNY festivities

Chinese Ambassador Hu Zhengyue is looking forward to spending his second consecutive Chinese New Year in Malaysia, saying that the celebration here made him #8220;feel very much at home.#8221;


China to finalise size and members of its delegation

China is finalising its delegation for the 13th Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Summit to be held here from Feb 20-25.


Tossing to better, stronger ties

Chinese Ambassador to Malaysia Hu Zhengyue (fourth from left) and Star Publications (M) Bhd managing director Datuk Steven Tan (fifth from left) tossing I>yee sang /I>during the ambassador#8217;s visit to Menara Star in Petaling Jaya yesterday to mark the Chinese New Year festive period.


50 fail to enrol in desired varsity courses

MCA Youth's education bureau has received about 50 complaints from students that they have failed to be enrolled in courses they applied for in local universities despite their excellent STPM results.


Leadership change won’t affect Malaysia-China trade

THE expected change in the country#039;s leadership, come October, is not expected to have any impact on bilateral trade relations between China and Malaysia.

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Cementing trade with Afghans

AFGHANISTAN'S first trade firm specialising in marketing imported Chinese products opened in Kabul on Tuesday, as Afghan commerce and security officials promised to protect foreign investment in the country.


Malaysia to woo Chinese investors

The government is considering conducting road shows to promote Malaysia's business-friendly environment to the Chinese community overseas.


Chinese dancers dazzle crowd at show

B>SCINTILLATING SHOW: /B>Dancers of the renowned Beijing Dance Academy and Yellow River Chorus performance enthralled thousands of people who turned up at Putra Stadium in Bukit Jalil, Shah Alam yesterday.


Great trip to China for Pak Lah

It was one of the highest profile visits by a Malaysian leader to China for a long time, so it came as no surprise that Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi was accorded the respect befitting a Prime Minister designate. WONG SAI WAN looks back at the trip.


Malaysia and China seeking increased trade

Malaysia and China are working together to increase trade between both countries due to the excellent economic and bilateral synergy between the two nations. Human Resources Minister Datuk Dr Fong Chan Onn said China and Malaysia wanted trade between both countries to exceed RM20bil per annum within the next few years.