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Qing Ming may well be observed very differently this year no thanks to the Covid-19 outbreak, but its traditions stay the same.
A shortage of workers and restrictions on human contact because of the coronavirus pandemic is driving up demand for service robots in China, potentially boosting a sector that has struggled to scale up commercially.
EXPECTING to be assaulted by the bold, spicy and numbing flavours of Sichuan food is a reason why some shy away from the cuisine.
Robot chefs and free software among masks, gloves and biohazard gear as China Inc donates to contain Covid-19 outbreak
Country Garden Holdings, one of China’s biggest real estate developers, has donated its Foodom robot to a quarantine centre in Wuhan to prepare meals for health officials. The product is among the billions of dollars of products that have poured into Wuhan since the outbreak started.
SNACKING is one of Yuyi Low’s favourite pastimes. But when she and her partner Nicholas Thang decided to start producing their own snacks, little did they know that the business would grow that fast.
HONG KONG: More than 100 people were evacuated from a Hong Kong housing block on Tuesday (Feb 11) after four residents in two different apartments tested positive for the symptoms of thecoronavirus outbreak.
BEIJING: China’s coronavirus outbreak cost more than 1 trillion yuan (RM590bil) in losses to the restaurant, tourism and movie industries in first seven days of the Lunar New Year, according to a report by Caixin Global.
Zhong Nanshan, the man who fought Sars, says wave of infections will slow in early February; public health expert in Hong Kong disagreesDean of Hong Kong University’s medical school says outbreak to peak in April or May