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Ms Li has a day job in the marketing department of one of China's biggest tech firms. At night, she has a second career, livestreaming herself eating noodles or telling jokes in return for small donations from thousands of online viewers.
PETALING JAYA: National shuttler Datuk Lee Chong Wei has denied that he is a co-owner of the Raj Banana Leaf restaurant in Bangsar that was shut down due to unhygienic food practices.
AMPANG JAYA: Sungai Besar Umno division chief Datuk Seri Jamal Yunos has once again gone off the radar after failing to present himself to the police as of Wednesday afternoon.
PETALING JAYA: The "despicable" conduct by an Immigration officer caught on video hitting a foreigner at the Department's office in Johor Baru has led to his suspension and a possible dismissal, says Datuk Seri Mustafar Ali.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Nicaraguan police have used lethal force against protesters, aiming for heads, necks and chests, Amnesty International said on Tuesday in the second of two international reports condemning President Daniel Ortega's response to dissent.
Airbnb bans trolling, discrimination and profanity. Yet if you’re a female user, expect a few choice remarks about your looks while using it in China.
PUTRAJAYA: A housewife who was mistaken as a Datin by the media, has been released on bail pending appeal of an increased sentence for abusing her maid.
KIEV (Reuters) - A prominent Russian journalist and critic of President Vladimir Putin was shot dead in Ukraine where he had fled into exile following threats, police said on Tuesday.
Snap Inc chief Evan Spiegel launched a stinging critique of Facebook Inc, dismissing both its appeal and its successful attempts to copy Snapchat’s most popular features.
Hong Kong (AFP) - For Hong Kong's "part-time girlfriends", social media provides an easy way to connect with clients looking for sex, but campaigners warn that online convenience is tempting girls as young as 13 to put themselves at risk.