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TOKYO (Reuters) - The Japanese capital will urge shorter working hours for bars and restaurants and ask residents to stay indoors as much as possible in "tough, concentrated action" to tame a spike in coronavirus cases, Tokyo's governor said on Wednesday.
MUAR: The management of a 50-year-old coffeeshop in Jalan Temenggong Ahmad here insists on using a wood-burning stove to boil water and make toasts, foregoing the convenience that a gas stove offers.
These 12-year-old students aim to enable home cooks to sell their signature items.
Desert locusts could serve as food. Not only are they nutritious, they're also better for the environment. Scientists in East Africa are looking into how to make them more commonplace.
JOHOR BARU: The movement control order period (MCO) that started on March 18 has given rise to many home cooks and bakers, including a single mother from Taman Johor Jaya here, who started baking as a way to bond with her two daughters.
YEREVAN (Reuters) - When conflict broke out in Nagorno-Karabakh last month, Aghasi Asatryan was thousands of kilometres away in Germany, embarking on a career as an IT specialist.
SEREMBAN: Operators of eateries and coffee shops here are trying to ensure their businesses can continue to run during the Covid-19 pandemic.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Ghislaine Maxwell forcefully rejected suggestions she had seen the late financier Jeffrey Epstein have sex with underage girls or helped him arrange illicit sexual encounters, in a 2016 deposition made public on Thursday.
TWO hawkers who run a stall selling protein bowls in Singapore have given out over 25,000 free meals to people impacted by the country’s circuit-breaker measures amid the Covid-19 pandemic, Sin Chew Daily reported.
The wilderness of Yunnan is home to taste sensations that draw curious and adventurous dinersIt’s the place to go if you’re not bugged by the thought of biting down on a stick insect