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Hong Kong cartoon depicting US invasion by gun-toting Mickey Mouse and evil Ronald McDonald in textbook for overhauled liberal studies subject sparks row
Publisher Marshall Cavendish Education says books are just ‘transitional teaching materials’Political cartoon part of chapter discussing impact of Western influence on local markets
The government has allowed varsity students on campus to return home for the Hari Raya Aidilfitri holiday.
Below are some frequently-asked-questions (FAQ) on the standard operating procedure.
The dual impacts of the pandemic and Myanmar’s political crisis triggered by a military coup could result in nearly half the population, or as many as 25 million people, dropping into poverty by 2022, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) warns.
Patients in critical condition continue to soar in Thailand; 1,583 new Covid-19 cases and 15 fatalities
Thailand reported 1,583 new Covid-19 cases and 15 fatalities over the last 24 hours, with the number of fatalities and patients in critical condition in the upward trend.
(Reuters) - Inbee Park was unable to hit the heights of her opening round but a three-under-par 69 gave her a share of the lead with fellow South Korean Park Hee-young at the halfway stage of the HSBC Women's World Championship in Singapore on Friday.
Billie Eilish announced earlier this week that her second full-length album will be dropping in July.
Students in boarding schools, vocational colleges under EMCO not allowed back for Hari Raya, says MKN
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Students in boarding schools and vocational college hostels under the Education Ministry in areas under an enhanced movement control order are not allowed to return home for Hari Raya Aidilfitri.
Demand-supply imbalance pushing car prices up
ATHENS (Reuters) - As a teenager in Syria, Ibrahim al-Hussein dreamt of becoming an Olympic swimmer before he lost a leg in the war. Now a refugee in Greece, he is training for a place at the Tokyo Paralympics.
BEIJING (Bloomberg): Chinese authorities are probing the speed with which Ant Group Co’s ill-fated listing was approved, according to people familiar with the matter.