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HONG KONG: For TVB actor Mat Yeung, handshakes and photo-taking with fans at his soup restaurant in Wan Chai are common. But it was not some new TV series or box news that have put him under the spotlight, but his voice of support for the true defender of peace and safety in Hong Kong amid seven months of turmoil -- Hong Kong police officers.
TAGAYTAY (Philippines): Red-hot lava gushed out of a Philippine volcano on Monday (Jan 13) after a sudden eruption of ash and steam that forced villagers to flee en masse and shut down Manila’s international airport, offices and schools.
WITH the Lunar New Year celebrations fast coming up, it is the time to prepare to greet a brand new, auspicious year.
STOP using plastic straws or be prepared to pay a fine, eateries in the Federal Territories are reminded by the local government.
AN inflow of new players is likely to intensify the heated digitalisation race in South Korea’s financial industry this year, along with the industry-wide efforts to expand the scope of business and accelerate innovation.
TAGAYTAY (Philippines): A small volcano near the Philippine capital that draws many tourists for its picturesque setting in a lake erupted with a massive plume of ash and steam on Sunday (Jan 12), prompting thousands of people to flee and officials to shut Manila’s international airport.
Tortuguero is welcoming more people visitors keen to see its huge variety of plants and animals.
BANGKOK: A plastic bag ban that came into effect last week to force shoppers to go green is threatening to sink its makers in the red, even as factories slash prices to woo retailers.
PETALING JAYA: A&W Malaysia Sdn Bhd is allocating RM110mil of its capital expenditure (capex) to expand by up to 124 outlets in the country by 2024. The brand turns 100 this year.
THOSE in a rush but still need to get their KFC fix, fret not as Perlis now has its first drive-through KFC for those who want to grab their meals on the go.