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PlayStation at TGS 2017: survival shooter Left Alive, cute kitty care Neko Atsume VR

A raft of upcoming releases were announced during PlayStation's presentation at the 2017 Tokyo Game Show, including Left Alive, a futuristic shooter from a trio of veteran developers, and Neko Atsume, a virtual reality experience based on a popular app about caring for friendly neighbourhood cats.

Neko Atsume is a virtual reality experience based on a popular app about caring for friendly neighbourhood cats.  — AFP Relaxnews

JDT to turn football friendly with MACC into annual affair

JOHOR BARU: Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) football club will make its friendly match against the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) into an annual affair.

Tunku Ismail (in black football jersey) talking to Dzulkifli Ahmad (third from left) after a friendly football match held in Johor Baru on Sept 19. - Pic from Johor Southern Tigers.

Brooklyn seen as best bet for NYC to win new Amazon headquarters

Brooklyn may emerge as an attractive lure in New York City’s long-shot bid to become Amazon.com Inc’s new home.

People walking beneath Brooklyn Bridge in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. There are several sites in Brooklyn that could potentially meet Amazon’s need for 500,000 square feet for the first phase, and as much as 8 million square feet over the next 10 years, according to Cohen. — Reuters

Dad and son sue Singapore art gallery for fraud

SINGAPORE: Believing they were investing in valuable art pieces, a Malaysian in the construction business and his father bought 13 paintings, supposedly the works of renowned Indo­nesian artists, for more than S$2.8mil (RM8.54mil).

Frame by frame: ‘Morning Prayer, 1973’ (left) and ‘Rojak Seller’ were among the paintings that the Latimers bought. — The Straits Times/Asia News Network

Colourful works of art by young peace lovers

VISITORS who took part in the car-free day event were drawn to the entries of a colouring contest themed ‘Colours of Peace’ in Beach Street, Penang.

Visitors admiring the selected entries on display during the Colours of Peace event in Beach Sreet, George Town.

Late artist’s collection in good hands

MORE than a hundred of artworks of Tan Choon Ghee — touted by many as the best watercolour artist of his generation — is up for display at the Penang State Art Gallery (PSAG) in Dewan Sri Pinang until Sept 30.

With her (from left) are museum director Haryany Mohamad, book designer Goh Hun Meng, Tambun Indah Land Berhad managing director Teh Kiak Seng and State Art Gallery chairman Lee Khai.

KL open to bike-sharing service

DBKL happy with partnership during the SEA Games but company needs to look into problems such as haphazard parking of bicycles.

Exclusive - U.S. defence firms want control over tech in Make-in-India plan

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - U.S. defence firms offering to set up production lines in India to win deals worth billions of dollars want stronger assurances they won't have to part with proprietary technology, according to a business lobby group's letter to India's defence minister.

Outing for ill children at Ipoh’s movie animation park

IT WAS a dream come true for two ailing children, Nur Husna Abiddin, 10, and Nur Arissa Humaira, two, when they got their wish to visit the Movie Animation Park Studios (MAPS) in Ipoh, Perak.

Thanks to MAPS and Children’s Wish Society, Nur Husna (in wheelchair) and Nur Arissa (in pram) had the chance to experience exciting activities at the movie animation park in Ipoh, Perak.

17 Miss Malaysia Tourism finalists vying for coveted crown

PAGEANT crowns have been polished and the 17 chosen finalists are ready to compete in the 20th edition of Miss Malaysia Tourism Pageant 2017.

The Miss Malaysia Tourism Pageant 2017 national finalists all ready to take a step toward the international stage.

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