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Chinese New Year is happening relatively earlier next year, on 22 January instead of in February like this year. Apart from prepping your skin for the big days, have you started shopping for your Chinese New Year clothes?
As a tradition, it is best to wear red clothes for prosperity and good luck. On the other hand, we avoid black clothes as black symbolises bad luck. Here are some outfit ideas to get you started if you haven’t already bought your Chinese New Year clothes and accessories.
A Thai court on Monday acquitted former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, now living in exile, on charges of mishandling funds for a government project in 2013, the latest legal victory for the powerful family of former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. The ruling came shortly after Thaksin, Yingluck's brother, was released on parole on corruption-related offenses. Thaksin’s release, after almost two decades of antipathy between his populist political machine and Thailand's conservative royalist ruling class, raised speculation that Yingluck also might be returning soon.
Nottingham Forest owner Evangelos Marinakis stormed onto the City Ground pitch at the final whistle to confront referee Paul Tierney after Liverpool grabbed a crucial winner nine minutes into added time.
Malaysia’s prime minister on Monday spoke up in defense of ties with China and complained over alleged pressure by the United States and its allies on regional nations to take sides in the West’s strategic rivalries with Beijing. Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim's remarks came during the Association of Southeast Asian Nations summit in the Australian city of Melbourne, where Anwar is one of nine Asian leaders attending the gathering. “Right now, China seems to be the leading investor into Malaysia,” said Anwar and insisted that Malaysians “do not have a problem with China.”