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(Reuters) - The frontrunners in the COVID-19 vaccine race have emerged with different success rates for their shots in clinical trials, but what does that mean for the global fight against the pandemic?
PARIS (Reuters) - It's an ideal pairing for the COVID-19 era: a musician who cannot play for a live audience and sumptuous museums that cannot welcome visitors. Cellist Camille Thomas has put them together to create what she hopes will be a balm for troubled times.
HANOI (AFP): Made from delicate silk, intricately embroidered and with vast, flared sleeves: Vietnamese 19th-century outfits do not seem a perfect fit for life in the country's hectic modern cities.
A man and his guitar: Kristang folk songs from Melaka are warming hearts around the world ... virtually.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - The crowds that bade farewell to Diego Maradona in Buenos Aires on Thursday were in keeping with the devotion Latin America has reserved for the passing of its sporting and artistic idols, from Brazilian Formula 1 great Ayrton Senna to Colombian Nobel laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
PEOPLE who enjoy going to exhibitions and fairs are missing these events since the movement control order took effect in March.
WE HEAR people lamenting the negative effects of the Covid-19 pandemic almost every day, whether from the news, social media or while having breakfast at our favourite kopitiam.
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PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): All officers and staff at the Tourism, Arts and Culture Ministry (Motac) headquarters here have been instructed to undergo self-quarantine and work from home from Thursday (Nov 26) after detection of a Covid-19 case.
The Arts, Live Festivals and Events Association (Alife) wants the government to allow live events to be held if the industry is to be saved.