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China's first bank seizure in 20 years spooks investors

HONG KONG: The Chinese government’s first seizure of a bank in more than two decades piles fresh pressure on shares of small lenders that already trade at rock-bottom valuations.

Tumultuous times for China’s tycoons – Xiao Jianhua the latest target

CHINA’S economic boom in recent decades has created a group of billionaires who amassed wealth at dazzling speed, but who are finding themselves targets in the country’s opaque political and economic system.

Crunch openers as AFC Champions League begins

SINGAPORE: Korea's Pohang Steelers open their AFC Champions League defence with a tough encounter against Adelaide United this week while Saudi powerhouse Al Ittihad face Luiz Felipe Scolari's Bunyodkur.

USM close in on hockey crown Third straight win earns them semi-final berth

PENANG#8217;s Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) look set to make a quick return to the top division of inter-varsity hockey action following their big wins in the ongoing Masum Division Two challenge.

Japan crush Malaysia’s hopes of World Cup spot

Malaysia hopes of qualifying for the World Cup Under-19 rugby tournament next year were dashed after they were humiliated 0-67 by Japan in the last Group B match at the Police Training Centre (Pulapol) ground Thursday.

South Korea favourites to win U-20 football tourney

The search for the three Asian representatives to the FIFA Under-20 women's World Cup will begin at the Kuala Lumpur Football Stadium in Cheras tomorrow.

Sabah pull out of Under-16 meet at the last minute

Sabah, who were expected to make their debut in the MHF-Milo Under-16 hockey championship, have withdrawn from the tournament, which begins tomorrow in Klang.

Deleted postings about missing Chinese billionaire hint at tensions

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Scores of China social media postings about a well-connected billionaire who went missing from a Hong Kong hotel have been deleted, pointing to what appears to be heightened sensitivity in Beijing over the case of Xiao Jianhua.

Squash: Sharon or Tricia need to deliver

With world number one Nicol David spearheading the Malaysian challenge in the women's World Team Squash Championship, the big worry is on either Sharon Wee or Tricia Chuah's ability to deliver a point.

Football: Malaysia lose to Vietnam in opening tie

Malaysia's hopes of advancing to the knock-out stage of the AFC Youth (Under-20) Football Finals took a dent when they went down 1-2 to Vietnam in the opening Group D match played at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium in Bangalore on Monday night.