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Setback on same-sex unions as voters pass restrictive referendum

TAIPEI: Voters in Taiwan passed a referendum asking that marriage be restricted to one man and one woman, a setback to LGBT couples hoping their island will be the first place in Asia to let same-sex couples share child custody and insurance benefits.

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‘Stan Lee wanted a Chinese superhero movie’

AMERICAN comic book writer Stan Lee had wanted to make a Chinese superhero movie, said Hong Kong movie star Jackie Chan who met the Marvel legend some years back.

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Fishermen stage protests in Taipei over crackdown

TAIPEI: Fishermen and their families took to the streets in Taiwan against what they said was an unfair crackdown on the industry which has been accused of illegal practices and human rights abuses.

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New Taiwan centre billed as largest in the world

KAOHSIUNG: A sprawling complex of four theatres billed as the biggest performing arts centre in the world has opened in southern Taiwan.

Nation

Ma: US will suffer more in trade war with China

KUALA LUMPUR: The United States will suffer more in the long trade war with China, warned Alibaba Group Holding Ltd’s chairman Jack Ma.

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Chinese investment in Malaysia: don’t judge it by controversies with Mahathir

While the media focuses on the US$23 billion worth of Chinese-backed projects opposed by the Malaysian prime minister, it’s easy to forget the smaller scale successes, says economist

Nation

Bracing for surge in sales

PETALING JAYA: Retailers are bra­cing for a surge in sales with fo­reigners also joining in as the three-­month tax holiday period comes to a close at the month end.

Nation

Many heave a sigh of relief as things are looking rosy

PETALING JAYA: Traders are smiling again now that business has improved by between 10% and 30% since the zero-rating of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) took effect earlier this month.

World

China tries to charm tech-savvy Taiwanese youth as political ties fray

SHANGHAI/TAIPEI (Reuters) - A start-up incubator on the outskirts of Shanghai is laying out sweeteners for budding entrepreneurs: Free office space, subsidised housing rent, tax breaks and in some cases, cash of up to 200,000 yuan (£22,948).

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Li Ka-shing keeps lion’s share as fortunes of Hong Kong’s 50 wealthiest tycoons rise by US$60 billion

The 50 richest people in Hong Kong saw their combined wealth rise by 24 per cent to US$307 billion in 2017, according to the Forbes Asia 50 Rich List