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There are good and bad sides to all places.
Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang, is a melting pot of cultures and people.
WITH the excitement and media buzz surround the arrival of the two Giant Pandas from China, the whole country is in panda-monium. But it's unfortunate to see another black and white endangered animal being put on the sidelines.
Everything about China is big. I encourage more Malaysians to visit China, especially Xian, to appreciate the long Chinese history and better understand her people since the prosperous country is now heavily investing in Malaysia.
Indian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth broke into the top ten rankings last week after his China Open victory.
A petite Malaysian actress finds herself learning kungfu in the remote hills of China.
SO close yet so far. At the end, it was a matter of nerves for Goh V Shem and Tan Wee Kiong who were narrowly defeated by China's Fu Haifeng and Zhang Nan during the Rio Olympic Games men's doubles final.
BY the time this article is published, I will be counting down the hours until I say farewell to China, a country that I have called home for the past eight months.
Last week, I spent Christmas with my classmates and masters at the Maling Shaolin Kungfu Academy in China. Master Bao, the main master, and his family decorated the school and prepared for the students a festive dinner worth talking about. We then sat in the school yard and got warm around a bonfire.
This year’s new variant of yee sang, the Chiu Chow Yee Sang, was inspired by chef Alex Au’s travels and the local yee sang he had sampled.