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Tearful Jack Ma bids Alibaba farewell with rock star show
A tearful Jack Ma (photo, above) formally left Alibaba yesterday, donning a guitar and a rock star wig at an event for thousands of employees of the e-commerce giant he founded 20 years ago in a small...
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Tearful Jack Ma bids Alibaba farewell with rock star show
HANGZHOU (China), Sept 11 ― A tearful Jack Ma formally left Alibaba yesterday, donning a guitar and a rock star wig at an event for thousands of employees of the e-commerce giant he founded 20 years...
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New era at Alibaba as Jack Ma rides into the sunset
SHANGHAI, Sept 10 — Jack Ma steps aside today as chairman of Alibaba, ending a spectacularly successful 20-year run during which the charismatic former English teacher’s e-commerce company left a ...
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Will Alibaba be safe into the next century as Jack Ma steps down?
When Alibaba’s Jack Ma said last September that in 12 months’ time he was going to hand over the role of executive chairman to chief executive Daniel Zhang Yong and step away from managing the eco...
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China’s Great Firewall no barrier to ugly online battles over Hong Kong protests
As social-media-savvy activists run a grassroots public relations campaign, they have come up against nationalistic mainlanders egged on by state media. There is a clear dichotomy between how the movement has been portrayed on the Internet within and beyond the mainland.
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‘Ma’, ‘Anna’ and ‘Rocketman’: To see or not to see?
AUGUST 3 — As the summer movie season starts to wind down, the choices of movies opening in Malaysian cinemas have become a bit more interesting.
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I was in bed with minister, confesses man in viral sex clip
The individual filmed engaging in sexual acts with a man resembling a cabinetminister has made a startling confession.Muhammad Haziq Abdul Aziz alsoclaimed that the other person in the clip was the mi...
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Yoursay: Severe neglect suffered by Orang Asli is shameful
YOURSAY | ‘Malaysia will be judged by the rest of the world based on how we treat our indigenous peoples.’ Orang Asli community dying from neglect, appalling conditions, says doc EmEmKay: The PAS-...
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Knowing another language opens up billions of opportunities
ADUN SPEAKS | Speaking to Universiti Sains Malaysia students during a question-and-answer session, Education Minister Maszlee Malik said that the quota system for the matriculation programme is necess...
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Malaysian quake victim still critical
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian severely injured in the Hualien county earthquake in Taiwan has regained consciousness but remains in critical condition.
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Jack Ma again endorses extreme overtime as furore rages on
Billionaire Jack Ma again encouraged tech workers to embrace the industry’s extreme-overtime culture, defying a growing social media backlash.
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Jack Ma draws controversy by lauding overtime work culture
To survive at Alibaba Group Holding Ltd you need to work 12 hours a day, six days a week. That’s what billionaire Jack Ma demands of his staff at China’s biggest e-commerce platform.
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Raja Petra retracts article on Jack Ma after legal threat from Alibaba
PETALING JAYA: Blogger Raja Petra Kamaruddin has deleted a recent posting entitled “Jack Ma slaps Pakatan Harapan” after he was served with a legal notice from Ma’s Alibaba conglomerate.
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Why distance learning gets a bad name from false credentials
COMMENT | Distance learning is not rocket science.
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M'sian teen ran for 1.5km to escape mosque massacre
A Malaysian teenager climbed over the walls of the mosque and ran nearly 1.5 kilometres to escape the terrorist attack in Christchurch, New Zealand on Friday.
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Malaysian climbed over mosque wall, ran 1.5km during shooting
KUALA LUMPUR: A Malaysian teenager climbed over the wall of a mosque and ran nearly 1.5km to escape the terrorist attack in Christchurch, New Zealand, yesterday.
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Why distance learning gets a bad name from false credentials ― Rais Husin
MARCH 16 ― Distance learning is not rocket science.
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Christchurch attacks: Malaysian teen ran for more than 1.5km to save himself
KUALA LUMPUR, March 16 — A Malaysian teenager climbed over the walls of the mosque and ran nearly 1.5 kilometres to escape the terrorist attack in Christchurch, New Zealand yesterday.
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