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REPURPOSED shipping containers could make for unusual hotels in surprising locations, say, on Coney Island, or the Marina Barrage overlooking the National Day Parade fireworks.
SINGAPORE: At the bank-run summer schools for heirs of some of Asia’s wealthiest families, visits to factories and shipyards are out; crash-courses in start-ups and impact investing are in.
MANILA: Is Imelda Marcos – formidable even at age 90 – rewriting history? A new documentary suggests the widow of the late Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos is trying very hard to do so – and not merely to gloss over excesses from diamonds stuffed in diapers to access to 170 bank accounts.
THE team at Petrosains The Discovery Centre brought the Petrosains Science Festival back for its sixth edition much to the delight of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fans nationwide.
DEVOTEES at the Selayang Old Wholesale Market Por Tor Association Temple say they will only move to their new spot after receiving the Temporary Occupation Licence (TOL).
KUANTAN: Owners of business premises and billboards in the state yet to use Jawi script on their signboards have only two months to do so.
BANGKOK: As doubts are emerging that Asean and its six trade partners are unable to conclude their negotiations for a regional deal at the 35th Asean summit in the Thai capital, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has admitted that negotiations in any multilateral deal are never easy.