The Star/Asia News Network

Countries around the world are gearing up to attract more Chinese tourists, with many governments relaxing visa restrictions for them. -The Star/ANN
The quality of English teachers has improved in the first batch moving up a band. -The Star/ANN
Fun time for 55 people including five transgenders from Thailand, were taken to the Brickfields district police headquarters for further investigations. -The Star/ANN
How much food can we get with RM7? -The Star/ANN
Parents of children in Chinese primary schools are fine with caning as a punishment, as long as it is not excessive. -The Star/ANN
Parents of children in Chinese primary schools are fine with caning as a punishment, as long as it is not excessive. -The Star/ANN
The establishment of the ASEAN Community by the year's end will be a turning point for the regional grouping, Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman said here. -The Star/ANN
Youths aspiring to be entrepreneurs can join a live tweet session on the subject with a panel of experts. -The Star/ANN
With the Goods and Services Tax (GST) set to be implemented in April, small traders here are worried that they will not be able to adapt to the system in time. -The Star/ANN
Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB) is targeting a hefty increase in earnings for the current financial year ending Dec 31. -The Star/ANN

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