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We ARE Malaysians!
HOW alarming to read what a “Malaysian” wrote in a local portal recently: ... “we have to stop pretending that we are all Malaysians....we are Malays, Chinese, Indians and East...
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I have RM100 Billion of properties for you.
For the past few weeks, there has been many articles written about how the attractiveness of properties in Malaysia, Singapore and Bangkok has increased for Hong Kongers.
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Hong Kong protesters hit pause button to mark September 11
Hong Kong activists called off protests on Wednesday in remembrance of the Sept 11, 2001, attacks on the United States and denounced a Chinese state newspaper report that they were planning "massive t...
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159 couples tie the knot on 9.9.19
IPOH: Some 60 couples here vowed to be together forever on the auspicious 9.9.19.
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We do not condemn the religious beliefs of our friends
COMMENT | The recent caution of Sultan Nazrin Shah of Perak set me thinking.
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Rudderless rebellion: Inside HK protesters' anarchic campaign against China
Ah Lung spends his days working as a clerk for a Hong Kong shipping firm.
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'Khat' rage: DAP rep meets dad who pelted service centre with eggs
Menglembu assemblyperson Steven Chaw met the incensed father who threw eggs at his service centre to protest Putrajaya's decision to introduce “khat” (Jawi calligraphy) into the syllabus for verna...
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China's Hong Kong PLA garrison releases video with scenes of 'anti-riot' exercise
As Hong Kong’s political crisis simmers amidst heated protests, China’s People’s Liberation Army in Hong Kong released a video showing footage of “anti-riot” exercises and its top brass warn...
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Malaysian Queen shares stories about her Chinese heritage
KUALA LUMPUR - Tunku Azizah, the Malaysian Raja Permaisuri Agong, spoke to Chinese media days before the July 30 installation ceremony of her husband, Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah, as the 16th Ya...
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Malaysian Queen recalls Chinese roots, childhood stories
KUALA LUMPUR • Tunku Azizah, Malaysia's Raja Permaisuri Agong, took the opportunity to explain her Chinese heritage in an interview days before tomorrow's ceremony installing her husband, Sultan Abd...
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Malaysian Queen discusses her Chinese roots and lending money to Robert Kuok
KUALA LUMPUR (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Tunka Azizah, the Malaysian Raja Permaisuri Agong, spoke to Chinese media days before the July 30 installation ceremony of her husband, Sultan Abdullah Sult...
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Queen speaks of Chinese lineage
PETALING JAYA: The Raja Permaisuri Agong, Tunku Hajah Azizah Aminah Mai­munah Iskandariah, says she can trace her ancestry back to China’s Guangdong Province.
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Queen shares stories about Chinese heritage, childhood joke and Robert Kuok
PETALING JAYA: Raja Permaisuri Agong Tunku Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah has shared about her Chinese heritage on Saturday (July 27).
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In interview with local Chinese media, Raja Permaisuri Agong talks about her Chinese heritage, family joke of being ‘picked up’ from China
KUALA LUMPUR, July 27 — The Raja Permaisuri Agong told the Chinese media here about her Chinese heritage and how she can speak certain Chinese dialects.
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Chai: It's Tengku Adnan's signature on political donation receipt
Aset Kayamas Sdn Bhd managing director Chai Kin Kong told the Kuala Lumpur High Court on Wednesday that the signature on the official receipt for the RM2 million political contribution he gave Umno wa...
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Witness: Tengku Adnan said Umno needed political contribution
Aset Kayamas Sdn Bhd managing director Chai Kin Kong told the Kuala Lumpur High Court on Wednesday that he gave out political donations not only to Umno but other political parties as well when the Ba...
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Humans and AI robots can work together for a better world: Sophia the humanoid robot
KUALA LUMPUR: Humans and artificial intelligence (AI) robots can both use their intrinsic skills to complement each other and work together to create a better world.
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Human and AI robots can work together for a better world, Sophia tells Syed Saddiq in debate
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Humans and artificial intelligence (AI) robots can both use their intrinsic skills to complement each other and work together to create a better world.
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DPP in Ku Nan trial seeks to call MACC man over RM2 mil donation receipt
KUALA LUMPUR: The prosecution in Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor’s RM2 million corruption trial today sought to call an investigation officer from the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission (MACC) to clari...
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Signature on political donation receipt is Tengku Adnan's, says witness
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Aset Kayamas Sdn Bhd managing director Tan Sri Chai Kin Kong told the High Court here Wednesday (July 17) that the signature on the official receipt for the RM2mil political contribution he gave to Umno was that of Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor.
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Signature on political donation receipt is Tengku Adnan’s: Witness
KUALA LUMPUR: Aset Kayamas Sdn Bhd managing director Tan Sri Chai Kin Kong told the High Court here today that the signature on the official receipt for the RM2 million political contribution he gave ...
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Tengku Adnan’s signature on receipt for RM2 million, says witness
KUALA LUMPUR: A businessman, Chai Kin Kong, told the High Court here today that the signature on an official receipt for the RM2 million political contribution he gave to Umno was that of Tengku Adnan...
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Witness: Tengku Adnan told me Umno needed political contribution
KUALA LUMPUR: Aset Kayamas Sdn Bhd managing director Tan Sri Chai Kin Kong told the High Court here today that he gave out political donations not only to Umno, but other political parties as well whe...
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Signature on political donation receipt is Ku Nan’s, witness says
KUALA LUMPUR, July 17 — Aset Kayamas Sdn Bhd managing director Tan Sri Chai Kin Kong told the High Court here today that the signature on the official receipt for the RM2 million political contribut...
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Witness: Tengku Adnan told me Umno needed political contribution
KUALA LUMPUR (July 17): Aset Kayamas Sdn Bhd managing director Tan Sri Chai Kin Kong told the High Court here today that he gave out political donations not only to Umno, but other political parties a...
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Witness: Tengku Adnan told me UMNO needed political contribution
KUALA LUMPUR (July 17): Aset Kayamas Sdn Bhd managing director Tan Sri Chai Kin Kong told the High Court here today that he gave out political donations not only to Umno, but other political parties a...
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Witness confirms giving Ku Nan RM2m as political contribution
KUALA LUMPUR (July 17): The managing director of Aset Kayamas Sdn Bhd today confirmed at the High Court here that he gave a RM2 million cheque to Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor as political con...
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Witness confirms giving Ku Nan RM2 million as political contribution
KUALA LUMPUR: The managing director of Aset Kayamas Sdn Bhd today confirmed at the High Court here that he gave a RM2 million cheque to Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor as political contribution.
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Witness confirms giving Ku Nan RM2 mil as political contribution
KUALA LUMPUR (July 16): The managing director of Aset Kayamas Sdn Bhd today confirmed at the High Court here that he gave a RM2 million cheque to Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor as political con...
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Fighting crime in the Digital Age
EXCLUSIVE: Technology has changed almost everything, even the face of crime. According to Penang’s top cop, the state’s once notorious triads are also going online to conduct their ‘businesses’. There is some good that comes with this though – fewer turf wars and gang fights.
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No lizard or ‘Godzilla’ invasion in Melaka: Exco
MELAKA (July 6): Photos of a large lizard climbing the gate of a terraced house have residents here fearing reptilian invasions of their homes.
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George Town gears up for 11th anniversary as World Heritage Site
GEORGE TOWN: On a bright, sunny Saturday (July 6) morning, folks in the heritage enclave here were already celebrating George Town World Heritage Day in their own way ahead of the state festivities in the evening.
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Meet the 84-year-old who keeps Puchong park clean
PUCHONG: Lee Kim Siew cuts a lonely figure as he makes his way down a flight of steps into the popular Wawasan Recreational Park with a large plastic bag and a plastic glove on his right hand.
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Concerns over lizard ‘invasion’ put to rest
MELAKA: Despite Melaka being known as a habitat for monitor li­­zards, a state exco has dispelled concerns about the reptile creeping into homes.
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Bukit Mertajam’s 133-year-old temple razed in evening fire
SEBERANG PERAI, July 3 — A fire broke out at Bukit Mertajam’s ancient Hock Teik Cheng Sin Temple at around 8.30pm this evening, damaging a large portion of the temple.
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Tragic in every sense of the word
IT’S just disgraceful – there’s no other word to describe the anarchy that has descended upon Hong Kong.
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Chapter Two: The drug-busting priest
IN an incredibly small apartment overlooking Hong Kong’s infamous Temple Street, Australian missionary Father John Wotherspoon, 71, is working against time to help Shirley and other drug mules whom he believes are innocent pawns in drug syndicates’ evil game.
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Cool heads must prevail
“OUR freedom and our rights are fast-disappearing.
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Economic value of language
Comment by Wong Chun Wai NO one thought that China would one day become a super power.
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Aussie politicians woo voters on Chinese social media app WeChat
Australia's longest-serving government politician, conservative Kevin Andrews (above), is campaigning on Chinese social media app WeChat to fight off a challenge from a Chinese-speaking rival in Satur...
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Lessons from May 13: Trapped in Rex Cinema, Petaling Street
Part 3/5 of a R.AGE documentary series on the May 13 riots and the lessons Malaysians should learn from them.
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Renting? Buying? Still buy a property? (All proceeds go to charity)
Many people asked why I speak regularly in KL but not in Penang.
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HK actor Lai to reshoot scenes featuring Jacqueline Wong
HONG Kong actor Lai Lok Yi will reshoot some scenes of his cooking show that were done in Malaysia after his celebrity guest, Jacqueline Wong, gained infamy for her affair with a married singer.
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Najib’s trial: RM238,000 shelled out for Ah Jib Gor Facebook page; Titijaya boss was intermediary
KUALA LUMPUR, April 23 — The founder of Titijaya Land Berhad, Tan Sri Lim Soon Peng, was engaged by the previous government as an intermediary to issue payments to two companies hired to monitor the...
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Yoursay: The decimation of Orang Asli's culture and language
YOURSAY | ‘Gov’t should preserve diversity by encouraging children to understand ancestral culture.’ Orang Asli voices may go silent as languages face extinction Snowcrash: There is a concept ca...
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Kwai Chai Hong: Neglected lane in KL's Chinatown restored
KUALA LUMPUR, April 12 — Kwai Chai Hong is currently the best-kept secret — but perhaps not for long — of the Chinatown area in Kuala Lumpur, with the lovingly-restored pre-war buildings in the ...
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Local boy with a superb report card
THE customer at the roadside stall gobbled up his chee cheong fun, while watching a convoy of noisy motorbikes zoom past him along Jalan Besar in Pekan Rantau.
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‘Crazy Alien’, ‘KGF: Chapter 1’ and the strange quirks of the Asian blockbuster
MARCH 30 — Due to our overfamiliarity with Hollywood blockbusters, which probably take up more than 60-70 per cent of our cinemas’ screen time, even the most casual of film fans are sometimes bore...
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Hong Kong star with 4 properties in Malaysia (tens of millions in HKD)
Everyone knows that property prices in Hong Kong is high.
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Fostering togetherness in celebration
GEORGE TOWN: The Chinese New Year holidays may be over but the celebrations are ongoing as many families and friends gather to celebrate the day of Yan Yat (everybody’s birthday in Cantonese).
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Alsid expands in Asia
ALSID, which provides a proactive solution to anticipate cyber-attacks on Active Directory infrastructures, announces the opening of its regional head office in Hong Kong, as well as a technical deliv...
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Deaths due to ‘kap chai’ bikes at alarming rate, Miros says
KAJANG, Feb 4 — The government and all stakeholders needs to prioritise the safety if motorcyclists safety especially those on “kap chai” bikes as the death toll reaches alarming heights, the Ma...
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Sabah’s Sino-KDMs love CNY but worry about lack of native certificates
KOTA KINABALU: How many mothers would chastise their kids for offering to sweep the house, especially during a major festival with guests about to arrive?
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