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SHAH ALAM: An army of 2,000 clean-up crew members from a Buddhist organisation is now helping haggard flood victims to get their lives back in order.
THE tiny Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, landlocked between the teeming multitudes of China and India, shot to global fame in the 1970s with gross national happiness: a broad measure of overall welfare it prefers over the more traditional metric of gross domestic product, which only includes production of goods and services, even those that ultimately leave us miserable.
A GROCERY bag initiative in Desa Petaling, Kuala Lumpur, saw nearly 700 underprivileged people from its surrounding areas turning up to collect the aid.
GEORGE TOWN: Wesak Day is usually a lively public holiday with chants by monks and devotees seeking blessings and the lighting of joss sticks and lotus-shaped candles at the temples.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Buddhists in the country celebrated Wesak Day on Wednesday (May 26) on a moderate scale with the new normal practices in place due to the nationwide movement control order.
Thai police said on Sunday that they had arrested 62 men for breaching coronavirus restrictions in a raid on a gay "chemsex" party, the country's largest such crackdown during the pandemic.
PETALING JAYA: The Chinese community ushered in the Year of the Metal Ox by staying safe in view of the Covid-19 pandemic and resulting movement control order.
A SINGLE mother, who did home sewing to make ends meet, is now making face masks as demand for clothes have declined during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A SINGLE mother, who did some home sewing to make ends meet, is now making face masks as demand for clothes have declined during the pandemic.