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Whilst out buying diapers for his daughter, Aaron Kwok found himself trapped in a traffic jam in the Causeway Bay shopping district as tens of thousands marched to the United States consulate to call for help to bring democracy to Hong Kong.
Could the answer to better public transport and fewer traffic jams (not to mention less pollution) lie in that old-fashioned thing called a bus? Yes, if they're electric buses and there are a lot of them.
Surrounded by the grand Indian Ocean, Mauritius – famed for its beautiful beaches and top resorts – is also a wonderful melting pot of cultures and people.
Makeup artist Noney Gondolos and car wash operator S. Balamurugan are two entrepreneurs with disabilities who achieve success via the Rise (Reach Independence and Sustainable Entrepreneurship) programme.
Our columnist, out looking for her missing cat, is given a right royal fright when her neighbour's dog creeps up from behind her like a ninja.
The assault on Mount Everest and the backlash as tourist zones reclaim their pride and privacy.
Instead of dumping waste (or exporting it), these Finnish companies are using innovative processes to make use of it as part of the country's 'circular economy'. This involves reusing and recycling materials multiple times.
Renowed Polish architect and designer Mac Stopa's award-winning River Collection debuts in Malaysia.