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Future styles: Could virtual clothes reduce the damage of fast fashion?

Striking a pose in the mirror, Swedish model and stylist Lisa Anckarman shows off a new jacket with a difference on Instagram – though it fits her perfectly in the photo, it’s a virtual design that does not exist in real life.

Shopping habits are already changing to meet the demands of online images: nearly one in 10 people have bought clothes to wear once, with the aim of sharing their outfit on social media, according to a survey of 2,000 Britons by finance firm Barclaycard last summer. — Bloomberg

OCK to record a seasonally stronger quarter in 4Q

KUALA LUMPUR: RHB research expects a seasonally stronger quarter with stronger margins for OCK Group Bhd underpinned by the tower leasing business as the key growth driver.

Cutting locks to give hope

IN SUPPORT of cancer patients, a carnival called “Cut for Cancer” was held simultaneously at Atria Shopping Gallery, Petaling Jaya, and seven other locations in the country to raise funds for the manufacturing of wigs.

China abandons cybersecurity truce with US, report says

China largely abandoned a hacking truce negotiated by Barack Obama as US President Donald Trump embarked on a trade war with Beijing last year, according to the cybersecurity firm Crowdstrike Inc.

China’s hacking targets in 2018 included telecommunications systems in the US and Asia, according to Crowdstrike. The Trump administration has expressed particular concern about the spread of products made by the Chinese firm Huawei Technologies Co. — Reuters

Exposed Chinese database shows depth of surveillance state

Exposed Chinese database with names, birthdates, employers and even last places visited shows depth of surveillance state and expanded use of facial recognition.

A child and a woman waiting outside a school entrance mounted with surveillance cameras and barricades with multiple layers of barbed wire in Peyzawat, western China's Xinjiang region. The database Gevers found appears to have been recording people’s movements tracked by facial recognition technology, he said, logging more than 6.7 million coordinates in a span of 24 hours. — AP

Shopee: More men are getting their products online

KUALA LUMPUR: Shopee, Southeast Asia and Taiwan’s leading e-commerce platform, is seeing an increase in male shoppers’ activity on its app.

Exotic food showcased on stamps

GOOD news for all stamp collectors! Pos Malaysia Bhd has issued a new stamp collection called “Exotic Food” that you can add to your collection.

Noraini Ismail with the three ‘Exotic Food’ stamp series. — Photos: S.S. KANESAN/The Star

A shot in the arm

MIRI: Sarawak state government is allocating RM4.5bil this year in development funds to three development corridors.

Abang Johari (third from left) extending Chinese New Year greetings to a member of the Miri Chinese Association.

EPF to meet AirAsia over dispute with MAHB


KUALA LUMPUR: The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) has confirmed that it has written to AirAsia Group Bhd and Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd over their feud.

Lego and Snapchat open up an empty fashion store

Lego and Snapchat have teamed up to launch a fashion store with a difference.

Lego Wear and Snapchat open virtual boutique in London. — LegoWear/Snapchat