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Chinese national charged with cheating woman of RM180,000

She is alleged to have cheated a woman of the money to carry out rituals to rid her house of evil spirits in Kuching.

Fortune Dragon: A definite tourist attraction in Johor

The Fortune Dragon snakes its way around the garden and visitors enter through the dragon's mouth and exit near the tail. Inside there are 144 steps up and down.

MyBanana: A delightful marriage of Indian and Chinese cuisine

Pork lovers in Petaling Jaya should squeal in delight for they can now trot over to MyBanana to gorge on its signature banana leaf rice with pork.

3,200 places for Indian, Chinese students for matriculation a ‘one-off’ last...

SPM students who have not received offer letters to do matriculation can appeal to the education ministry.

Chinese in Rantau miss Tok Mat and will vote for him,...

The party's state chief, Siow Koi Voon, says the poor economy and lack of development is upsetting the Chinese community.

Museum honours pioneer Chinese migrants to Malaysia

The Malaysian Chinese Museum depicts the struggles and sacrifices of those who left their homeland centuries ago to start life anew here.

114 Chinese nationals nabbed over online bets worth millions

The suspects, including 21 women, used the WeChat application to attract gamblers from China.

Groups, politicians voice concern over racial bias in private sector hiring

They say recruitment should be based on merit and not on racial considerations, with some suggesting the introduction of an equal opportunity law.

Christmas Islands’ Malays no longer second-class citizens

A new generation of Malays is dreaming big and building progressive lives.

Germany, France agree industrial policy plan for Europe

The proposals call for more investment in innovative technologies and an overhaul of the European Union's competition rules.

Philippines tax agency sets sights on online casinos for Chinese

The tax bureau also wants to join an inter-agency team monitoring the number of Chinese nationals working in the online gaming industry.

Thousands of Chinese pray to the God of Wealth

Devotees flock to the Guiyuan Temple in Wuhan in central China on the 5th day of every Lunar New Year, to mark the birthday of the god Caishen.

Chinese carver leaves his mark making granite Muslim gravestones

He operates 'workshop' under a tree in an old part of Kuala Selangor.

Chinese movie star pleads not guilty to sexual assault in Australia

Gao Yunxiang was charged for aggravated sexual assault and depriving a woman of her liberty last March 2018.

China’s first ‘cyber-dissident’ faces trial

BEIJING: China's first "cyber-dissident," whose website reported on sensitive topics including human rights, is expected to go on trial on Monday amid fears he...

Stay loyal to Gabungan Parti Sarawak, Uggah tells Chinese community

Support is crucial to enable the state government to pursue its 'Sarawak First' policy, says deputy CM.

An education: MBAs with Chinese characteristics

Over 2,000 post-graduate students go through Renmin's doors every year with about 100 from outside China.

A street sign is more than just a sign

A street name can have a powerful effect on our common heritage of building this country together as a nation of many ‘nations’, and a city is really the imprint of the memories of its people.

Maszlee: Funds for independent Chinese schools allocated by finance ministry

Education Minister Maszlee Malik says the Education Act does not provide for allocations for such schools and the funds were requested by other ministries.

New guidelines soon as Selangor MB distances himself from road signs...

Amirudin Shari says the current government did not decide on dual languages for road signs and there’s no use blaming anyone.

Zhang Yimou’s film ‘Shadow’ shines at Chinese ‘Oscars

Zhang, the maker of classics such as "Red Sorghum" and "Raise the Red Lantern", has won best director for the film inspired by traditional ink-brush painting.

Food not an attraction at Salang Beach in Tioman Island

Despite the food being generally a let down, Salang Beach is still worth a visit if you like diving and the laidback island life.

It’s no secret the food at Secret Garden is above par

From Dong Po pork belly and crispy fried prawn crackers to king prawns and Grouper fish head curry, the food at this Chinese restaurant is worth savouring.

Mahathir pays tribute to role played by Chinese in Malaysia’s growth

The prime minister says the Chinese are able to generate wealth wherever they go.

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