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Beijing: Millions of travellers criss-crossed China as the Labour Day holiday got underway, packing out tourist sites, thronging restaurants and visiting family as the vast country edges towards life after Covid-19.
Millions of travellers criss-crossed China as the Labour Day holiday got underway Saturday, packing out tourist sites, thronging restaurants and visiting family as the vast country edges towards life after Covi-19,
KUALA Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) will consider changing the bulk water meters at Sri Kelantan Public Housing (PA) in Jalan Sentul, Sentul, to individual meters following an abrupt water cut affecting all residents of the flats on April 27.
GEORGE TOWN: Having stood the test of time since 1836, a traditional sundry shop here in Campbell Street now hopes to be around for many more years by embracing the latest technology to engage with its clients.
Sony’s PlayStation 5 officially launches in China, but consumers fear supplies running out, games may face censorship
The PlayStation 5 is available for pre-order and launches in mainland China on May 15, six months after its global releaseThe launch follows Chinese authorities’ crackdown on smuggled video games and consoles to comply with the government’s strict content regulations
BEIJING (Reuters) - A record-breaking wave of Chinese tourists will hit the road for the Labour Day break, and with borders still shut many will be travelling domestically, to more remote locations and for longer, giving China's economy a powerful short-term boost.
JAKARTA (The Straits Times/ANN): Indonesia has urged people to avoid the annual exodus to home villages ahead of Hari Raya next month, fearing a surge in coronavirus cases in the nation which already has the highest number of infections in South-east Asia.
NEW YORK: Apple Inc on Wednesday posted sales and profits far ahead of Wall Street expectations as customers upgraded to 5G iPhones but warned that a global chip shortage would cost it billions in revenue in the current quarter, hitting Macs and iPads.
(Reuters) -Apple Inc on Wednesday posted sales and profits ahead of Wall Street expectations fueled by 5G iPhone upgrades but warned a global chip shortage could dent iPads and Mac sales by several billion dollars.
Underprivileged women from Taman Medan in Petaling Jaya are earning extra money from cookie sales, thanks to the Cookies For A Cause initiative.