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THIS year was expected to be a fruitful one for Sepang’s tourism sector, with the Visit Sepang 2020 campaign having been in planning for the last two years.
VIENTIANE, June 28 (Xinhua): The Laos government continues to implement preventive measures and carefully monitor the self-quarantine of people entering Laos especially returning workers to prevent a second wave of Covid-19 (coronavirus).
HANOI, June 28 (Vietnam News/ANN): More than 300 Vietnamese citizens arrived home on Saturday after being repatriated from Singapore.
ALTHOUGH the movement control order (MCO) has caused much disruption, it did spur rapid digital transformation across sectors including special education, and increased parental involvement.
AS much of the world starts to ease Covid-19 travel restrictions, Malaysia too is moving towards opening up its borders to tourists from “green zone” countries.
THERE are 88,352 preschool, primary and secondary school students, according to the Education Ministry, who have global developmental delay (GDD), intellectual disability, autism, Down Syndrome, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), dyscalculia (severe difficulty in making arithmetic calculations), dysgraphia (unable to write coherently) and dyslexia (difficulty in reading or interpreting words, letters and other symbols), among other learning disabilities.
KUCHING (Bernama): The Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry (MOTAC) has estimated the losses suffered by tourism and culture industries in the country in the first half of this year to around RM45bil.
KUALA LUMPUR: The time is ripe for Malaysia to realign its focus towards stimulating domestic investments by encouraging local businesses to invest in high potential industries such as healthcare, medical supplies and pharmaceuticals, as well as the information and communications technology-related industry, according to the Statistics Department.