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TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan is ramping up efforts ahead of a Jan. 11 election to combat fake news and disinformation that the government says China is bombarding the island with to undermine its democracy.
It is back to school for thousand of cadres of the national party to brush up on the country’s progress.
MINOR punishment meted out by the teachers, such as light caning or having to stand on the chair or to hold a book above the head, was quite common when I was in school.
THE minds of the Shanghainese are filled with “trash” as the city starts its garbage separation rules.
Cases of objects thrown from high places are quite rampant, so more and more CCTVs are being installed to capture the culprits.
NAME plays an important part in our daily life.
A LUGGAGE full of rice was what I brought back to Malaysia during a trip home late last year.
ALL of us must eat to live. Food lovers, however, insist that they live to eat.
FOR the first time in history, TV anchors from China and the United States faced off in a live debate amid an escalating trade war between the two nations.
ONLINE shopping has become a part of our lives because it is convenient, offers more variety and is cheaper than buying from stores.