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CYBERJAYA: Close to three million Malaysians have signed up for the e-Tunai Rakyat initiative over the weekend, with about RM66mil disbursed to the people.
VIENTIANE (Vientiane Times/ANN): The under construction Laos-China railway is the biggest development project taking place in Laos and is a part of China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
PETALING JAYA: A new year means new habits and switching to e-ang pows and shopping at “naked-packaging” outlets are some tips to get more Malaysians to usher in the coming Chinese Lunar New Year and Year of the Rat in a more environmentally conscious manner.
BEIJING: China on Sunday (Jan 18) announced an ambitious plan to ban or significantly reduce the production and use of environmentally-unfriendly plastic products in the next five years to contain pollution.
GUIYANG: Authorities have set the record straight after a Chinese college student's death sparked heated discussions online. On Monday, Wu Huayan died of Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome, a progressive genetic disorder where symptoms of aging are shown at a young age.
KLANG: South Klang district police have solved about 10 cases involving car break-ins and car-part thefts at a supermarket parking lot, with the arrest of two suspects last Monday.
PETALING JAYA: It was an encouraging start for Micheal Tan to do more cashless spending, as the retiree paid RM6 for a packet of jackfruit from his Touch ‘n Go eWallet at the SS2 morning market.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Changi Airport's Terminal 2 is getting an extreme makeover, to allow the airport to handle even more passengers and to secure Singapore's status as a key aviation hub in the region.
WASHINGTON (Agencies) - The just-signed China-United States phase one economic and trade agreement bears both economic and political significance, Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He said.
Singapore Pools' online Toto Quick Pick option hit by 2 software glitches; '49' left out of numbers generated
SINGAPORE (ANN): Punters using the Singapore Pools' online Toto Quick Pick option have been affected by two software glitches, one of which left the number '49' out of the numbers generated in their bets for a period of more than a year.