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BANGKOK (Bloomberg): As global tourism collapses, so does the orchid industry in top exporter Thailand, where the flowers are regarded as a symbol of hospitality.
Malaysian filmmaker James Wong releases Covid-19 PSA short film titled, Viruses Do Not Discriminate, Early Preventive Measures Are Imperative.
PETALING JAYA: A true sportsman will always aim to land on top of the podium in every tournament they partake in. And it is no different with national bowler Tun Ameerul Hakim Tun Hasnul Azam.
THE Penang government, through its Penang Career Assistance and Talent (CAT) Centre, is offering help to 500 employees of Esquel Group Malaysia Sdn Bhd (EGM) who would be retrenched come June 12.
A RE-RUN of the 2013 Hong Kong drama The Hippocratic Crush II, which starred Jacqueline Wong and her then boyfriend Kenneth Ma, has ignited an online debate as it has coincidentally been a year since the actress was caught cheating on him.
HONG KONG: The Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government (LOCPG) in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) is entrusted with the authority and responsibility to exercise supervisory power on major issues in Hong Kong, the HKSAR government said.
SINGAPORE: Bankers are increasingly reluctant to give commodity traders in Asia the credit they need to survive as the lenders grow ever more fearful about the risk of a catastrophic default.
SINGAPORE now has two types of landlords. The unhappy ones need folks to show up at offices, malls, hotels and factories, something that’s simply not going to happen in a hurry with the city-state’s coronavirus infections about to hit 6,000.
SINGAPORE: Infection spreading rapidly among migrant workers. Accusations of a cover-up. Wave after wave of infections, with the number of cases hitting new peaks each day. This might sound like Covid-19 (coronavirus), but it happened in Singapore just over a century ago, in 1918, when the world was left reeling from a virus dubbed "the Spanish flu".
A PAUSE in debt payments for the world’s poorest countries to help them battle the coronavirus will be a hard sell for private creditors.