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BANGKOK (AFP): With an intelligence network so good they have been compared to the CIA, Thai street vendors are often first on the scene at "guerilla" democracy protests in Bangkok, where they hawk sour pork and fishballs to a democracy-hungry crowd.
Automobile manufacturers seek to attract climate-conscious younger buyers.
HAIKOU (Xinhua): Saudel, the 17th typhoon to affect China this year, has escalated into a severe tropical storm and is heading toward south China's island province of Hainan, the local meteorological service said on Thursday (Oct 22).
KOTA KINABALU: Producers of mineral water and single-use packaging, especially polystyrene food boxes, should help to clean up the such litter from consumers and which end up in rivers and the sea.
To keep ageing at bay, LED technology seems to be a cool, effective way.
KUALA LUMPUR: Mah Sing Group Bhd targets to produce gloves by April next year to meet the pent-up demand due to the on-going Covid-19 pandemic.
Dental erosion – the irreversible loss of tooth structure caused by acids of non-bacterial origin – is a growing problem.
DISCARDED objects and materials have been put to good use at the Jesselton pocket park in Penang.
BUSINESS owners in Chow Kit, Jalan Petaling and Medan Tuanku in Kuala Lumpur --- the focal points for charitable activities --- say that Good Samaritans are doing more harm than good when feeding the city’s homeless.