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China nationals at Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation (APU) marked their country’s National Day, which falls on Oct 1, by holding a cultural performance to showcase China’s rich culture and history.

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When pavilion becomes celebrity

CLAD in striking red with eye-catching images of the Petronas Twin Towers, the Malaysia pavilion at the recent 15th China-Asean Expo (CAExpo) was a compulsory stop for most visitors.

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Important lessons from China trip

“WE have so much to learn from China.”

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China to open its doors wider

CHINA has started a new page in its political history following the revision of the president’s term of office.

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To have or not to have another baby

XIAO Shao is the mother of a six-year-old boy. Like many young married couples in China, she and her husband have been under tremendous pressure from their parents to have another baby after the government relaxed its family planning policy and allowed couples to have a second child.

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A deadly turn in diplomatic feud

Tension escalates between China and Canada after a Canadian was retried for drug trafficking. Originally sentenced to 15 years’ jail, he now faces execution.

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Meeting to gain mutual benefits

The recent Malaysia-China Entrepreneur Conference in Nanjing offered plenty of trade and investment opportunities.

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China tames tiger parenting

The government is revamping its education system so that students can develop healthily.

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China shoots for the moon

TOWARDS the end of last year, China launched a major space mission to send a lunar lander to explore the far side of the moon, which is mostly unknown territory. This historic expedition that began on Dec 8 will probably help scientists to uncover more secrets about the moon.

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Patriotic fury over fashion and flags

The Chinese are quick to react, often with much vigour, when they feel that their country and culture have been slighted.