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Anxiety about a looming global food crisis has ratcheted up a notch as spillovers from the Ukraine war spread from grain to sugar, while export restrictions imposed by many countries are expected to keep driving up prices.
China has launched the world’s first giant floating fish farm that can produce 3,700 tonnes of fish every year – an output similar to Chagan, one of the country’s largest freshwater lakes, state news agency Xinhua reported.
China has 33 ways to get economy back on track, but critics say ‘adjusting zero-Covid strategy is key’
China has unveiled a new round of stimulus measures to stabilise the nation’s faltering economy and support businesses, but analysts say the actual impact may be limited if the nation’s stringent zero-Covid policy remains unchanged.
They arm themselves and prepare to attack, choosing where and when to strike. Often this is a highly organised and methodical process.
Until there are legal and cultural changes in how we judge the credibility of accusers, it doesn’t matter how many #MeToo stories are told. Justice for survivors will remain elusive.
PETALING JAYA: The former ambassador to Indonesia who was arrested together with his son on allegations of cultivating cannabis in Janda Baik has been released.
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) -Cardinal Angelo Sodano, a controversial Vatican power broker for more than a quarter of a century who was accused of covering up one of the Catholic Church's most notorious sex abusers, has died at the age of 94.
After long dominating swimwear trends on the world's beaches, the bikini could now be outshone by more modest designs, inspired by previous decades.
Ahead of what is set to be the most difficult summer to find a job in China – amid an economic slowdown and with record number of young workers entering the market and fighting for fewer jobs – the work-life balance scales appear to be shifting for the nation’s latest crop of Gen Z graduates.
In medieval times, people talked about menstruation as 'it is a crucial health issue that concerns the whole family'. Menstruation became taboo in the 19th century with the rise of the middle class.