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China alarmed as binge drink livestreaming where people drink until they vomit or pass out becomes the latest online trend
Livestream drinking’s popularity in China follows on from the controversial online binge eating craze which was banned last year. Some drink up to 10 bottles of liquor in a single session, while audiences frequently demand drinks be set on fire to prove alcohol content is high.
FROM Hasif Abdullah
More than a year after Malawian driver Matthew was hit by a car while delivering food on his motorbike in South Africa, he lives with a shooting pain in his foot and fears for his life every time he hits the road.
Sleep is as crucial to our bodies as food and drink, and needs to be given proper priority.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): The global economy would not exist without the ocean. Ocean-based industries contribute US$1.5 trillion annually and hundreds of millions of jobs in fishing, shipping, marine tourism, and renewable energy. These economic services, however, are at risk due to unsustainable marine practices and overexploitation of ocean resources.
DESPITE Kuala Lumpur City Hall’s (DBKL) stern warning to individuals and groups not to distribute food directly to the homeless in the city centre, many were still spotted doing so on the first day of Ramadan.
KUALA LUMPUR: Carlsberg Brewery Malaysia Bhd is hopeful of better prospects in the second half of 2021, arising from the vaccination rollouts in Malaysia and Singapore that will help contain infections, lift market sentiment, and lead to a stronger economic recovery.
TOKYO, April 13 (Xinhua) -- The decision announced on Tuesday by the Japanese government to dump Fukushima's contaminated radioactive wastewater into the sea has put humanity's future at risk.
BEIJING, April 14, Global Times - China's top economic planner announced it would restrict the construction of skyscrapers over 500 meters and prohibit the construction of "ugly buildings" in a document aiming to improve urbanization management that was released on Tuesday.
TOKYO (Reuters) -When Japan won the bid to host the Olympic Games eight years ago, it billed Tokyo as a reliable and secure location, contrasting it with rivals struggling with finances and political instability.