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What do the former UK homes of Tim Burton, Rihanna, Jay-Z have in common? They are all sought after by Hong Kong buyers
Astute investors from Hong Kong see them as a sound investment whose resale value will be boosted by their celebrity associations, according to property agency Aston ChaseA-list stars can lift the asking price by up to 10 per cent, and their association can generate worldwide exposure in the media
Feminist artists turn 700 misogynistic comments into 100 kilograms of art in China to protest cyberbullying against women
China has seen a series of incidents in recent times where women have been targeted in online hate campaignsA group of artists battles fear and ignorance before eventually creating a huge installation artwork to highlight online bullying of women
Tesla quick to show support for China’s new data collection rules after sharp decline in April sales
Tesla says on microblogging platform Weibo that it supports the standardisation of the car industry in ChinaThe US electric vehicle maker faced a backlash after a Model 3 owner staged a protest at the Shanghai Auto Show
Realme founder plays down impact of India’s Covid-19 crisis on budget smartphone maker, saying demand could take off once worst is over
Realme founder says he is not too worried by the pandemic and hopes the company can ship 70 million phones in 2021India has been crucial for Chinese smartphone makers looking for growth amid market saturation back home but Covid-19 crisis is now weighing
Britain’s rule of Hong Kong was ‘occupation’, say draft teaching materials for revamped liberal studies
Materials from Ling Kee Publishing also state China ‘never recognised the unfair treaties’ between Qing dynasty and BritainTeachers say the revisions could narrow room for classroom discussion of Hong Kong history
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GEORGE TOWN: With most households now turning into temporary classrooms, teachers have to adapt to the new normal and be more creative to keep their students engaged during online lessons.
A beacon for sixth formersMadam Ng Wee Mei, who prepares students for the Malaysian University English Test (MUET), is one of the most understanding teachers I have met.
‘For the economy and society to develop, it takes a good business environment and circumstances conducive to growth and achievement of talent,’ he tells meeting‘We will increase support for basic and long-term research that [will] … require long-standing commitments,’ he says