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A GROWING number of Taiwanese online firms are choosing Singapore as their base to expand into South-east Asia as Taiwan and its regional rivals compete to snap up talent and become a tech hub.
Housewife P.L. Chew, 49, said she and her father S.C. Chew, 81, have been readers of The Star for many years.
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TAN Konjoe, 23, always tries to keep abreast with the latest news via The Star Online but is now considering getting the print version as well because of the special promotion.
IT WAS a case of “good news and great deals” for The Star subscribers as prizes worth more than RM30,000 were given away during the Star Education Fair 2017.
THRONGS of local tourists are packing popular destinations on Penang island as things get into full swing this school holidays.
TOMORROW’S Perak State Assembly sitting will see the tabling of an enactment to prevent the abuse of the state emblem, titles and awards.
THE PJ Boulevard area in Petaling Jaya’s Section 52 precinct saw people streaming in throughout Saturday to visit the “Us vs Cyberbullying” event that also had music and dance performances, as well as educational booths set up.
CHINA’S new breed of web giants are starting to make a mark overseas. LeEco is paying US$2bil to buy US TV-maker Vizio, a company that sells its products in Costco and Wal-Mart stores.
TECHNOLOGY and the sharing economy are enabling today’s innovators to transform their ideas into products within a short time and more cost-effectively without having any machinery at their disposal.