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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHINA-FERTILIZERS
RTS6PJCP 
October 12, 2021 
Farmers load sacks of fertiliser into a seeder on a wheat field in Nanyang, Henan province, China October... 
Nanyang, China 
Farmers load sacks of fertiliser into a seeder on a wheat field in Nanyang 
Farmers load sacks of fertiliser into a seeder on a wheat field in Nanyang, Henan province, China October 13, 2021. Picture taken October 13, 2021. REUTERS/Aly Song 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHINA-FERTILIZERS
RTS6PJCQ 
October 12, 2021 
A farmer operates a tractor with a seeder on a wheat field in Nanyang, Henan province, China October... 
Nanyang, China 
Farmer operates a tractor with a seeder on a wheat field in Nanyang 
A farmer operates a tractor with a seeder on a wheat field in Nanyang, Henan province, China October 13, 2021. Picture taken October 13, 2021. REUTERS/Aly Song 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHINA-FERTILIZERS
RTS6PJCO 
October 12, 2021 
A farmer loads seeds into a seeder with fertiliser, on a wheat field in Nanyang, Henan province, China... 
Nanyang, China 
Farmer loads seeds into a seeder with fertiliser on a wheat field, in Nanyang 
A farmer loads seeds into a seeder with fertiliser, on a wheat field in Nanyang, Henan province, China October 13, 2021. Picture taken October 13, 2021. REUTERS/Aly Song 
CHINA-POWER/
RTXIHJ5N 
October 12, 2021 
Electricity pylon and powers lines are seen in Nanyang, Henan province, China October 13, 2021. REUTERS/Aly... 
Nanyang, China 
Electricity pylon and power lines are seen in Nanyang, Henan 
Electricity pylon and powers lines are seen in Nanyang, Henan province, China October 13, 2021. REUTERS/Aly Song 
MALAYSIA-POLITICS/MEDIA
RTS1T5XC 
May 25, 2018 
David Wong, executive editor-in-chief of Chinese broadsheet Nanyang Siang Pau stands by the sub-editing... 
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 
David Wong, executive editor-in-chief of Chinese broadsheet Nanyang Siang Pau stands by the sub-editing... 
David Wong, executive editor-in-chief of Chinese broadsheet Nanyang Siang Pau stands by the sub-editing desk in their newsroom in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia May 24, 2018. Picture taken May 24, 2018. REUTERS/Tom Westbrook 
CHINA-BRITAIN-PRINCEWILLIAM/
RTR4RUEA 
March 03, 2015 
A boy rushes to greet Britain's Prince William (L), the Duke of Cambridge, during a visit to a Premier... 
Shanghai, China 
A boy rushes to greet the Duke of Cambridge during a visit to a Premier League training camp at Nanyang... 
A boy rushes to greet Britain's Prince William (L), the Duke of Cambridge, during a visit to a Premier League training camp at Nanyang Secondary School in Shanghai, March 3, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: ROYALS) 
CHINA-BRITAIN/
RTR4RU6H 
March 03, 2015 
Students applaud as Britain's Prince William (R) visits a Premier League training camp at Nanyang Secondary... 
Shanghai, China 
Students applaud as Britain's Prince William visits a Premier League training camp at a school in Shanghai... 
Students applaud as Britain's Prince William (R) visits a Premier League training camp at Nanyang Secondary School in Shanghai March 3, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER ROYALS) 
CHINA-BRITAIN/
RTR4RU65 
March 03, 2015 
Britain's Prince William (rear C) poses for a group picture during a visit to a Premier League training... 
Shanghai, China 
Britain's Prince William poses for a group picture during a visit to a Premier League training camp at... 
Britain's Prince William (rear C) poses for a group picture during a visit to a Premier League training camp at Nanyang Secondary School in Shanghai March 3, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER ROYALS) 
CHINA-BRITAIN/
RTR4RU5O 
March 03, 2015 
Britain's Prince William (L) chats with students during a visit to a Premier League training camp at... 
Shanghai, China 
Britain's Prince William chats with students during a visit to a Premier League training camp at a school... 
Britain's Prince William (L) chats with students during a visit to a Premier League training camp at Nanyang Secondary School in Shanghai March 3, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER ROYALS) 
CHINA-BRITAIN-PRINCEWILLIAM/
RTR4RU5J 
March 03, 2015 
Britain's Prince William (rear L) poses for a group picture with students during a visit to a Premier... 
Shanghai, China 
Britain's Prince William poses for a group picture during a visit to a Premier League training camp at... 
Britain's Prince William (rear L) poses for a group picture with students during a visit to a Premier League training camp at Nanyang Secondary School in Shanghai March 3, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: ROYALS SPORT SOCCER) 
CHINA-BRITAIN/
RTR4RU4P 
March 03, 2015 
Britain's Prince William (R) chats with students during a visit to a Premier League training camp at... 
Shanghai, China 
Britain's Prince William chats with students during a visit to a Premier League training camp at a school... 
Britain's Prince William (R) chats with students during a visit to a Premier League training camp at Nanyang Secondary School in Shanghai March 3, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: ROYALS SPORT SOCCER) 
CHINA-BRITAIN/
RTR4RU4G 
March 03, 2015 
Britain's Prince William chats with students during a visit to a Premier League training camp at Nanyang... 
Shanghai, China 
Britain's Prince William chats with students during a visit to a Premier League training camp at a school... 
Britain's Prince William chats with students during a visit to a Premier League training camp at Nanyang Secondary School in Shanghai March 3, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER ROYALS) 
CHINA-BRITAIN/
RTR4RU4A 
March 03, 2015 
Britain's Prince William slaps hands with a boy during a visit to a Premier League training camp at Nanyang... 
Shanghai, China 
Britain's Prince William slaps hands with a boy during a visit to a Premier League training camp at a... 
Britain's Prince William slaps hands with a boy during a visit to a Premier League training camp at Nanyang Secondary School in Shanghai March 3, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER ROYALS) 
CHINA-BRITAIN/
RTR4RU48 
March 03, 2015 
Britain's Prince William slaps hands with a boy during a visit to a Premier League training camp at Nanyang... 
Shanghai, China 
Britain's Prince William slaps hands with a boy during a visit to a Premier League training camp at a... 
Britain's Prince William slaps hands with a boy during a visit to a Premier League training camp at Nanyang Secondary School in Shanghai March 3, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER ROYALS) 
CHINA-BRITAIN/
RTR4RU3W 
March 03, 2015 
Britain's Prince William kicks a ball during a visit to a Premier League training camp at Nanyang Secondary... 
Shanghai, China 
Britain's Prince William kicks a ball during a visit to a Premier League training camp at a school in... 
Britain's Prince William kicks a ball during a visit to a Premier League training camp at Nanyang Secondary School in Shanghai March 3, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (CHINA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER ROYALS) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTX18BVN 
February 07, 2014 
Team NTU (Nanyang Technological University of Singapore) participates in the Eco-marathon fuel efficiency... 
Manila, Philippines 
Team NTU (Nanyang Technological University of Singapore) participates in the Eco-marathon fuel efficiency... 
Team NTU (Nanyang Technological University of Singapore) participates in the Eco-marathon fuel efficiency challenge in Manila February 7, 2014. The Eco-marathon is an educational platform that encourages innovation, reinforces conservation and fosters the development of leading technology for greater efficiency. Over 100 student teams from 15 countries across Asia and the Middle East are participating in this competition, organizers said. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SPORT) 
CHINA/
RTX11WWS 
July 24, 2013 
Jiang Dianlin (C) from Nanyang city cries as he shows his petitioning paper to Reuters journalists near... 
Beijing, China 
A man cries as he shows his petitioning paper to Reuters journalists near the State Bureau for Petitions... 
Jiang Dianlin (C) from Nanyang city cries as he shows his petitioning paper to Reuters journalists near the State Bureau for Petitions and Visits, which handles applications from petitioners from all over China, in Beijing July 23, 2013. Petitioning the central government - part protest, part entreaty - is seen by many as the only chance of redress in a country where law courts can be manipulated by the very officials responsible for injustices. Only a tiny minority solve their problems through petitions, according to many studies, but some people still fight on, sometimes for years, abandoning families and livelihoods. Picture taken July 23, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (CHINA - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY HEALTH) 
SINGAPORE/
RTR3CWXY 
January 25, 2013 
Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands (C), Crown Princess Maxima and Crown Prince Willem-Alexander (R) listen... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Netherlands' Queen Beatrix, Crown Princess Maxima and Crown Prince Willem-Alexander are given a presentation... 
Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands (C), Crown Princess Maxima and Crown Prince Willem-Alexander (R) listen to Nanyang Technological University's President, Professor Bertil Andersson of Sweden (3rd L), during a presentation of the campus ground at the university in Singapore January 25, 2013. Queen Beatrix is in the city state for a state visit. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: ROYALS POLITICS EDUCATION) 
CHINA-URBANISATION/
RTR2GWKT 
July 30, 2010 
A farmer turns soil in front of new buildings and power lines being built on former farming land in the... 
Nanyang, China 
To match Special Report CHINA-URBANISATION/ 
A farmer turns soil in front of new buildings and power lines being built on former farming land in the town of Nanyang in Henan Province, March 28, 2010. Gushi, a county some thousand kilometres south of Beijing, is a microcosm of the urbanisation tide reshaping China, driving investment to the country's poorer interior, devouring farmland and creating cities that will absorb more residents than the total population of the United States in coming decades. This metamorphosis of farms to factories is at the heart of how China's economy, a welterweight in global terms in 1980, could be the world's biggest a decade from now. Picture taken March 28, 2010. To match Special Report CHINA-URBANISATION/ REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT) 
CHINA-DROUGHT/
RTXBVRV 
February 21, 2009 
A farmer washes barrels in a drought-effected river near the town of Nanyang in Henan province February... 
Nanyang, China 
Farmer washes barrels in drought-effected river near Nanyang in Henan province 
A farmer washes barrels in a drought-effected river near the town of Nanyang in Henan province February 21, 2009. The area of farmland threatened by drought in China has dropped below average after snow and rain led two provinces to downgrade their emergency response, the State Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters said. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA) 
CHINA-DROUGHT/
RTXBVRT 
February 21, 2009 
A farmer uses a hose to irrigate his crops in a field near the town of Nanyang in Henan province February... 
Nanyang, China 
Farmer uses hose to irrigate his crops in field near Nanyang in Henan province 
A farmer uses a hose to irrigate his crops in a field near the town of Nanyang in Henan province February 21, 2009. The area of farmland threatened by drought in China has dropped below average after snow and rain led two provinces to downgrade their emergency response, the State Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters said. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA) 
CHINA-DROUGHT/
RTXBVRQ 
February 21, 2009 
A farmer and his wife use a hose to irrigate their crops in a field near the town of Nanyang in Henan... 
Nanyang, China 
Farmer and his wife use hose to irrigate their crops in field near Nanyang in Henan province 
A farmer and his wife use a hose to irrigate their crops in a field near the town of Nanyang in Henan province February 21, 2009. The area of farmland threatened by drought in China has dropped below average after snow and rain led two provinces to downgrade their emergency response, the State Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters said. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA) 
CHINA-SHIPYARD/
RTR1WFF1 
January 29, 2008 
Workers check inside a factory of Jiangmen Nangyang Ship Engineering Co. Ltd in Jiangmen in China's southern... 
Jiangmen, China 
Workers check inside a factory of Jiangmen Nangyang Ship Engineering Co. Ltd in Jiangmen 
Workers check inside a factory of Jiangmen Nangyang Ship Engineering Co. Ltd in Jiangmen in China's southern city of Jiangmen January 28, 2008. Jiangmen Nanyang Ship Engineering Co Ltd, a privately owned shipbuilder that arose from a shrimp and fish farm in southern China 2-½ years ago, hopes to float shares in Hong Kong, Singapore or Shanghai within three years. The shipbuilder, based in the city of Jiangmen in affluent Guangdong province, aims to grab a 10th of the global handysize ship market by 2011 and is now on the prowl for strategic pre-IPO investors, General Manager David Huang told Reuters on Tuesday. Picture taken January 28, 2008. REUTERS/Alison Leung (CHINA) 
CHINA-SHIPYARD/
RTR1WFEX 
January 29, 2008 
Workers check inside a factory of Jiangmen Nangyang Ship Engineering Co. Ltd in Jiangmen in China's southern... 
Jiangmen, China 
Workers check inside a factory of Jiangmen Nangyang Ship Engineering Co. Ltd in Jiangmen, southern China... 
Workers check inside a factory of Jiangmen Nangyang Ship Engineering Co. Ltd in Jiangmen in China's southern city of Jiangmen January 28, 2008. Jiangmen Nanyang Ship Engineering Co Ltd, a privately owned shipbuilder that arose from a shrimp and fish farm in southern China 2-½ years ago, hopes to float shares in Hong Kong, Singapore or Shanghai within three years. The shipbuilder, based in the city of Jiangmen in affluent Guangdong province, aims to grab a 10th of the global handysize ship market by 2011 and is now on the prowl for strategic pre-IPO investors, General Manager David Huang told Reuters on Tuesday. Picture taken January 28, 2008. REUTERS/Alison Leung (CHINA) 
CHINA-SHIPYARD/
RTR1WFEW 
January 29, 2008 
Workers walk down the stairs of a bulk carrier anchored in China's southern city of Jiangmen January... 
Jiangmen, China 
Workers walk down the stairs of a bulk carrier anchored in Jiangmen, southern China 
Workers walk down the stairs of a bulk carrier anchored in China's southern city of Jiangmen January 28, 2008. Jiangmen Nanyang Ship Engineering Co Ltd, a privately owned shipbuilder that arose from a shrimp and fish farm in southern China 2-½ years ago, hopes to float shares in Hong Kong, Singapore or Shanghai within three years. The shipbuilder, based in the city of Jiangmen in affluent Guangdong province, aims to grab a 10th of the global handysize ship market by 2011 and is now on the prowl for strategic pre-IPO investors, General Manager David Huang told Reuters on Tuesday. Picture taken January 28, 2008. REUTERS/Alison Leung (CHINA) 
CHINA-SHIPYARD
RTR1WFER 
January 29, 2008 
A worker walks past a bulk carrier being built by Jiangmen Nanyang Ship Engineering Co. Ltd anchored... 
Jiangmen, China 
A worker walks past a bulk carrier being built by Jiangmen Nanyang Ship Engineering Co. Ltd anchored... 
A worker walks past a bulk carrier being built by Jiangmen Nanyang Ship Engineering Co. Ltd anchored in China's southern city of Jiangmen January 28, 2008. Jiangmen Nanyang Ship Engineering Co Ltd, a privately owned shipbuilder that arose from a shrimp and fish farm in southern China 2-½ years ago, hopes to float shares in Hong Kong, Singapore or Shanghai within three years. The shipbuilder, based in the city of Jiangmen in affluent Guangdong province, aims to grab a 10th of the global handysize ship market by 2011 and is now on the prowl for strategic pre-IPO investors, General Manager David Huang told Reuters on Tuesday. Picture taken Janaury 28, 2008. REUTERS/Alison Leung (CHINA) 
CHINA-SHIPYARD/
RTR1WFEP 
January 29, 2008 
The naming ceremony of bulk carrier Silver Lake built for Pacific Basin by Jiangmen Nanyang Ship Engineering... 
Jiangmen, China 
Naming ceremony of a bulk carrier built for Pacific Basin in Jiangmen, southern China 
The naming ceremony of bulk carrier Silver Lake built for Pacific Basin by Jiangmen Nanyang Ship Engineering Co. Ltd is held in China's southern city of Jiangmen January 28, 2008. Jiangmen Nanyang Ship Engineering Co Ltd, a privately owned shipbuilder that arose from a shrimp and fish farm in southern China 2-½ years ago, hopes to float shares in Hong Kong, Singapore or Shanghai within three years. The shipbuilder, based in the city of Jiangmen in affluent Guangdong province, aims to grab a 10th of the global handysize ship market by 2011 and is now on the prowl for strategic pre-IPO investors, General Manager David Huang told Reuters on Tuesday. Picture taken January 28, 2008. REUTERS/Alison Leung (CHINA) 
CHINA-SHIPYARD/
RTR1WFEL 
January 29, 2008 
The naming ceremony of bulk carrier Silver Lake (R) built for Pacific Basin by Jiangmen Nanyang Ship... 
Jiangmen, China 
Naming ceremony of a bulk carrier built for Pacific Basin in Jiangmen, southern China 
The naming ceremony of bulk carrier Silver Lake (R) built for Pacific Basin by Jiangmen Nanyang Ship Engineering Co. Ltd is held in China's southern city of Jiangmen January 28, 2008. Jiangmen Nanyang Ship Engineering Co Ltd, a privately owned shipbuilder that arose from a shrimp and fish farm in southern China 2-½ years ago, hopes to float shares in Hong Kong, Singapore or Shanghai within three years. The shipbuilder, based in the city of Jiangmen in affluent Guangdong province, aims to grab a 10th of the global handysize ship market by 2011 and is now on the prowl for strategic pre-IPO investors, General Manager David Huang told Reuters on Tuesday. Picture taken January 28, 2008. REUTERS/Alison Leung (CHINA) 
CHINA-PARTY/PETITIONS
RTR1TP8L 
September 11, 2007 
Detained petitioners stand behind prison gates at Nanyang city's office on the outskirts of Beijing September... 
Beijing, China 
Detained petitioners stand behind prison gates at Nanyang city's office on the outskirts of Beijing 
Detained petitioners stand behind prison gates at Nanyang city's office on the outskirts of Beijing September 10, 2007. Chinese officials straining to stifle protest before a key Communist Party meeting have turned to a secretive prison in the nation's capital that, for a price, has held petitioners in violent squalor, said many complainants. Picture taken September 10, 2007. REUTERS/Chris Buckley (CHINA) 
CHINA-PARTY/PETITIONS
RTR1TP8I 
September 11, 2007 
Detained petitioners stand behind prison gates at Nanyang city's office on the outskirts of Beijing September... 
Beijing, China 
Detained petitioners stand behind prison gates at Nanyang city's office on the outskirts of Beijing 
Detained petitioners stand behind prison gates at Nanyang city's office on the outskirts of Beijing September 10, 2007. Chinese officials straining to stifle protest before a key Communist Party meeting have turned to a secretive prison in the nation's capital that, for a price, has held petitioners in violent squalor, said many complainants. Picture taken September 10, 2007. REUTERS/Chris Buckley (CHINA) 
MEDIA MALAYSIA NANYANG
RTRJXLK 
June 24, 2001 
Members of the Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) party, who opposed the takeover of two Chinese-language... 
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 
MEMBERS OF MCA PARTY SHOUT OUTSIDE PARTY'S HEADQUARTERS IN KUALA LUMPUR. 
Members of the Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) party, who opposed the takeover of two Chinese-language daily newspapers, shout outside the party's headquarters in Kuala Lumpur June 24, 2001. The leader of the main Chinese party in Prime Minister Mahathir's coalition on Sunday snared a narrow victory over critics after delegates endorsed his controversial decision to takeover two Chinese-language newspapers, Nanyang Siang Pau and China Press.

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MEDIA MALAYSIA NANYANG
RTRJXLD 
June 24, 2001 
Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) party president, Ling Liong Sik (C) is flanked by his deputy, Lim... 
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 
MCA PRESIDENT LING LIONG SIK AT THE PARTY'S EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING IN KUALA LUMPUR. 
Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) party president, Ling Liong Sik (C) is flanked by his deputy, Lim Ah Lek (L) and Secretary General Ting Chew Peh during the Extraordinary General Meeting in Kuala Lumpur June 24, 2001. The leader of the main Chinese party in Prime Minister Mahathir's coalition on Sunday snared a narrow victory over critics after delegates endorsed his controversial decision to takeover two Chinese-language newspapers, Nanyang Siang Pau and China Press.

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MEDIA MALAYSIA NANYANG
RTRJXHY 
June 24, 2001 
MALAYSIA CHINESE ASSOCIATION MEMBERS PROTEST AGAINST THE PARTY'S TAKE OVER OF TWO NEWSPAPERS IN KUALA... 
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 
MALAYSIA CHINESE ASSOCIATION MEMBERS PROTEST AGAINST THE PARTY'S TAKE OVER OF TWO NEWSPAPERS IN ... 
MALAYSIA CHINESE ASSOCIATION MEMBERS PROTEST AGAINST THE PARTY'S TAKE OVER OF TWO NEWSPAPERS IN KUALA LUMPUR.


Members of the Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) who oppose the takeover of two Chinese-language dailies shout while holding copies of the Kwong Wah Jit Poh newspaper, the only independent Chinese daily in Malaysia, outside the party's headquarters in Kuala Lumpur June 24, 2001. The leader of the main Chinese party in Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamed's coalition snared a narrow victory over critics in his party on Sunday after delegates endorsed his controversial decision to take control of the Nanyang Siang Pau and China Press newspapers. 
MEDIA MALAYSIA NANYANG
RTRJXGU 
June 24, 2001 
Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) president Ling Liong Sik casts his ballot during the party's Extraordinary... 
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 
MALAYSIAN CHINESE ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT LING LIONG SIK CAST HIS BALLOT IN KUALA LUMPUR. 
Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) president Ling Liong Sik casts his ballot during the party's Extraordinary General Meeting in Kuala Lumpur June 24, 2001. The leader of the main Chinese party in Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamed's coalition government snared a narrow victory over critics on Sunday after delegates endorsed his controversial decision to take control of two Chinese-language newspapers, Nanyang Siang Pau and China Press.

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MALAYSIA MEDIA
RTRIXED 
May 30, 2001 
A POLICEMAN STANDS GUARD AS STAFF OF NANYANG SIANG PAU SHOUT SLOGANS DENOUNCING THE TAKEOVER DURING A... 
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 
A POLICEMAN STANDS GUARD AS STAFF OF NANYANG SIANG PAU SHOUT SLOGANS DENOUNCING THE TAKEOVER ... 
A POLICEMAN STANDS GUARD AS STAFF OF NANYANG SIANG PAU SHOUT SLOGANS DENOUNCING THE TAKEOVER DURING A PROTEST IN KUALA LUMPUR.


A policeman stands guard as staff of Nanyang Siang Pau shout slogans denouncing the takeover of the Malaysian Chinese-language daily newspaper during a protest in Kuala Lumpur May 30, 2001. Critics say the decision by the Malaysian Chinese (MCA), a member of Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad's ruling coalition, to take over two Chinese-language newspapers, Nanyang Siang Pau and China Press dailies, smacks of government attempts to control the media. 
MALAYSIA MEDIA
RTRIXDT 
May 30, 2001 
A scuffle breaks out between members of the Malaysian opposition parties (L), against the takeover of... 
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 
MEMBERS OF THE MALAYSIAN OPPOSITION PARTIES PROTEST IN KUALA LUMPUR. 
A scuffle breaks out between members of the Malaysian opposition parties (L), against the takeover of the Malaysian Chinese-language daily newspapers, and supporters of the takeover bid during a protest in Kuala Lumpur May 30, 2001. Critics say the decision by the Malaysian Chinese (MCA), a member of Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad's ruling coalition, to take over two Chinese-language newspapers, Nanyang Siang Pau and China Press dailies, smacks of government attempts to control the media.

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MALAYSIA MEDIA
RTRIX7G 
May 30, 2001 
WAN AZIZAH WAN ISMAIL ARRIVES TO THE APPLAUSEOF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY OF THE CHINESE ORGANISATIONS IN... 
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 
WAN AZIZAH WAN ISMAIL ARRIVES TO THE APPLAUSEOF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY OF THE CHINESE ORGANISATIONS ...... 
WAN AZIZAH WAN ISMAIL ARRIVES TO THE APPLAUSEOF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY OF THE CHINESE ORGANISATIONS IN KUALA LUMPUR.


Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, wife of jailed former deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim arrives to the applause of the National Assembly of the Chinese Organisations in Kuala Lumpur May 30, 2001, while holding a placard that reads "Save Nanyang". Critics say the decision by the Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA), a member of Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad's ruling coalition, to take over two Chinese-language newspapers, Nanyang Siang Pau and China Press dailies, smacks of government attempts to control the media. 
MALAYSIA MEDIA
RTRITKI 
May 27, 2001 
Spokesmen for the employees of Malaysia's two Chinese-language daily newspaper, Ding Lee Leong (R) from... 
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 
MALAYSIA'S CHINESE-LANGUAGE DAILY NEWSPAPERS SPOKESMEN AT A NEWS CONFERENCE IN KUALA LUMPUR. 
Spokesmen for the employees of Malaysia's two Chinese-language daily newspaper, Ding Lee Leong (R) from Nanyang Siang Pau and Lee Kian Kiong of China press speak during a news conference in Kuala Lumpur May 27, 2001, to oppose the direct and indirect control and intervention of media operation by political parties. Opposition to the takeover by a party in the ruling coalition of Malaysia's two major Chinese-language daily newspapers, Nanyang Siang Pau and China Press gathered momentum on Sunday with 14 groups urging the deal to be called off.

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