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The Lunar New Year period sees hundreds of millions of Chinese people return to their hometowns each year. This year, China is using AI and 5G technology to improve the experience for commuters.
Eight fresh faces among 24 MBSP councillors sworn in.
MELBOURNE: Tennis players have spoken out against the Australian Open on Tuesday (Jan 14) after qualifying matches for the grand slam tournament were allowed to take place and later suspended due to poor air quality conditions.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Yamaha Corporation, has warned people not to try and squeeze inside musical instrument cases after reports former Nissan Motor boss Carlos Ghosn fled Japan concealed inside in one.
On Jan 17, Patrick Spence, chief executive officer of the pioneering digital speaker maker Sonos, will testify in front of the House antitrust subcommittee, which is seven months into an examination of competition in digital markets. A week after suing Google for infringing on five of its patents, Sonos will presumably make the case that both Google and Amazon, which sell rival speakers powered by their voice-activated assistants, competed unfairly.
This year won't be the first time Red Lobster has been around for a presidential election or the Summer Olympic Games.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): In South China's Guangdong province, one of the country's major economic powerhouses, high-tech and new-industry sectors are powering economic growth, along with the upgrading of traditional manufacturing.
AIN AL-ASAD AIR BASE, Iraq (Reuters) - Troops at the Iraqi air base that bore the brunt of Iran's first direct missile attack against U.S. forces said they were shocked by its intensity and grateful to emerge unscathed.
JAKARTA: Heavy rain over the weekend caused flooding in four regencies and one municipality in South Sulawesi, with at least one fatality. The disaster comes less than two weeks after the widespread flooding that hit Greater Jakarta and Banten on New Year’s Day.
SERENDAH: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has urged railway companies to export their expertise abroad and look for businesses to better serve the country.