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SHANGHAI: China stocks retreated on Tuesday, snapping their week-long winning streak, after data showed country's factory-gate prices had shrunk at the sharpest pace in three years in August, reinforcing the urgency for Beijing to step up stimulus.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Anti-government protests that have roiled Hong Kong for more than three months spread to the sports field on Tuesday, as many local fans defied Chinese law to boo the country's national anthem ahead of a soccer World Cup qualifier against Iran.
HONG KONG: The ongoing protests in Hong Kong, now in their 15th week, have delivered a blow to the city’s tourism industry not seen since the 2003 SARS epidemic.
Teacher injured by knife-wielding man outside Hong Kong school as human chain protests and class boycotts enter second week
School representative says teacher at Cognitio College in Kowloon is being treated in hospitalThousands of students take part in human chains with few opting to boycott classes in face of school restrictions
Hong Kong: Kwong loves the pure adrenaline rush he gets when he takes his motorcycle out on the weekends to light up his lacklustre life.
Facebook Watch has signed video partnerships with France's Le Monde, Germany's Axel Springer and Sweden's Expressen, among other news outlets, to deliver original content and continue building a globally diverse slate.
VOLVO Trucks has launched its corporate social responsibility initiative by contributing a rigid truck chassis to Kechara Soup Kitchen Society (KSK).
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis appointed 13 new cardinals in a surprise move on Sunday, again putting his stamp on the future of a Church he wants to be more open as most of those named are considered progressive on social issues.
For seven years, June HL Wong's column 'So Aunty, So What' has been a progressive voice about life for and as a Malaysian. Now, her articles have been compiled into a 400-plus page anthology, her first book titled 'So Aunty, So What? And Some More'.
JOHOR BARU: Malaysians are hoping for a better economy and wish the Pakatan Harapan government can ensure the country’s prosperity.