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Few plan boycotts despite strained ties

DESPITE their government#8217;s troubled dealings with Malaysia over water, Singaporeans see no reason to boycott Malaysian goods or take steps that will damage people-to-people ties.

Technology: Good or bad?

Technology is a two-edged sword - a wonderful tool in the right hands but a potential weapon of destruction in the wrong. Just as limitless information is at our fingertips via the Internet, so is pornography within easy reach of the young.

Netizens finding love online

Zheng Yang, a 25-year-old architectural designer, spends at least five hours a day surfing on the Internet, but not just for work or sending e-mails to friends.---------------------------------------------

Distortions souring Sino-Japanese ties

Shang Erhe probably didn#8217;t expect so many people to take his side after the 69-year-old revealed that the New Chinese-Japanese Dictionary, compiled by his late father and colleagues, was seriously distorted by the Japanese publisher.

Netizens get to blacklist sites with offensive info

CHINA#8217;S 80 million netizens can now blacklist domestic websites posting improper information through net.china.cn launched in Beijing on Thursday in a bid to work with the authorities to build a green cyber space.

Beijing provides Web access to poor people

To spread Internet use beyond young groups and IT professionals, Beijing is beefing up efforts to help more people, especially those from the low-income and laid off group, get access.

Measures to protect surfers

PUBLISHERS, producers and retailers are about to pay the price for infringing the copyright of computer games and harming adolescents with unhealthy games.

‘Restaurant practising modern-day caste system’

SORRY, we're fully booked, the head waiter told him. Disappointed, 37-year-old Long Tien Kian left the Brazil Churrascaria restaurant in Sixth Avenue, kicking himself for not having made a reservation.

Beijing wooing Indian IT firms

BEIJING is extending a warm welcome to Indian software and service suppliers, in the hope that they will set up shop in the lucrative information technology market of the nation's leading software hub.

E-voting for pandas’ names

PANDA naming has become the latest voting craze among the nation's netizens.