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China

Measures offered to help local enterprises

BEIJING: Chinese authorities have taken a series of measures to support the resumption of enterprise work, especially those producing face masks and protective clothing or transforming to make those items, to ensure safe operations and to help fight the Covid-19 outbreak.

China

Global Times: Time to resume flights to China

Global Times, an official news portal of the Beijing government, believes it is time for countries to resume suspended flights to China. Its arguments are contained in its editorial:

So Aunty, So What?

Remembering Hell Island

TODAY marks the 40th anniversary of a place in our country that is practically unknown to most young Malaysians and even some older ones.

World

Artist Ai Weiwei unfazed by China ending presidential term limits

SYDNEY (Reuters) - China's removal of presidential term limits, effectively letting President Xi Jinping hold office for life, will have no impact on the its culture, artist Ai Weiwei said on Monday, as he unveiled a giant artwork in Sydney depicting asylum seekers.

World

EU must step up funding for Syrian refugees settling in Turkey - mayor

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The mayor of a Turkish city that took the brunt of refugees from Syria's war urged the European Union on Wednesday to make good on pledges of aid as the municipality seeks to provide the people with more permanent livelihoods.

Community

Making spaces in KL more inclusive through urban regeneration

IN THE metropolis of Kuala Lumpur, where denizens are mostly hooked to the Internet and sticking to life indoors, bringing life back to the streets and spaces is a big challenge.

Community

Striking a balance

Brickfields, the home of Kuala Lumpur’s Little India is fast becoming an urban planner’s nightmare. Its location in a landlocked area is impeding its growth and creative solutions are needed to resolve its congestion woes.

World

U.N. urges EU to ensure asylum seekers not shut out

GENEVA (Reuters) - The U.N. refugee agency urged the European Union and its member states on Friday to ensure that tighter border controls do not shut out asylum seekers fleeing violence or persecution.

Letters

Living in constant fear of kidnappers

Schoolchildren have been the target of gangs of kidnappers who do not hesitate to kill, even after the ransom is paid. Many parents now have resorted to sending their children to school and back.