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BANGKOK, July 27 (Reuters): More than one million people in Phnom Penh face the risk of increased flooding and loss of livelihoods as wetlands in the Cambodian capital are destroyed to build apartments and industries, human rights groups warned on Monday.
SHANGHAI: China's newly-created mini-IPO market kicked off trading on Monday in a frenzy as circuit breakers were triggered for both surging and slumping stocks on their debuts.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Road Transport Department (JPJ) collected a total of RM8.55bil in revenue in 2018 and 2019, said Transport Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.
Achoo! Here's how to beat your pet allergies.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's economy minister says the government will urge businesses to aim for 70% telecommuting and enhance other social distancing measures amid a rise in coronavirus cases among workers, some infected during after-work socialising.
Meet KL-born Terence Yong, an architect based in Sydney who recently won awards for turning a heritage-listed former convent into a 35-room hotel.
Our lives continue to be enriched by the Internet – you could, for instance, borrow books via WhatsApp now – but it’s also rife with scams.
BEIJING: China's thousands of state-owned enterprises, local governments, and public institutions are expanding hiring as a record number of students graduate into a job market left reeling by the COVID-19 pandemic.
THE leading not-for-profit private university offers students the opportunity to pursue a world-class education within Malaysia’s first fully integrated smart city.
The pandemic has helped many discover new hobbies and skills, even allowing some to turn a profit from their pastimes using online services.