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SHANGHAI (Xinhua): Hidden on the eighth floor of an office building at Wujiaochang Community in Shanghai, a cafe became a favourite spot for youngsters in the city to spend the five-day International Labour Day holiday.
SHANGHAI (China Daily/ANN): For 27-year-old Wu Xianbing, his delayed wedding was well worth the wait－especially as his bride Chen Mei had made such a deep personal sacrifice to save the lives of others.
TAOS, N.M. (Reuters) - David Elliot first thought of shooting an elk to help feed family and friends back in January when the United States reported its first novel coronavirus case.
One cute group is making the most of Singapore’s partial virus lockdown – penguins at the city-state’s zoo, that are being given the run of the empty complex and revelling in the chance to do some exploring.
PETALING JAYA: Although most of AirAsia’s 282 aircraft have been grounded at airports all around Asia since late March, engineers have to make sure that these aircraft are kept in good condition when they are ready to fly again.
CHICAGO: With the pandemic hobbling the meat-packing industry, Iowa farmer Al Van Beek had nowhere to ship his full-grown pigs to make room for the 7,500 piglets he expected from his breeding operation. The crisis forced a decision that still troubles him: He ordered his employees to give injections to the pregnant sows, one by one, that would cause them to abort their baby pigs.
TOKYO: The Bank of Japan (BoJ) expanded monetary stimulus and pledged to buy unlimited amount of bonds to keep borrowing costs low as the government tries to spend its way out of the deepening economic pain from the coronavirus pandemic.