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Exhibition focuses on the Dusky Langur and the threat it faces from humans.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Rising tensions between China and the United States as both superpowers clash over the Taiwan issue could result in a 'mishap' that both sides might regret, and things as they stand now warrant concern, warned Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Wednesday (Nov 17).
Chinese President Xi Jinping called for Beijing and Washington to “find the right way to get along” in his first virtual summit with Joe Biden, urging his counterpart to return US policy on China to a rational track and saying their actions would be judged by history.
As China enters another winter with Covid-19, there is no sign that the coronavirus that causes the disease is going away. There is also no sign that the country will ease its reliance on “zero-tolerance” tight controls and restrictions to contain the spread within its borders.
Climate action goes beyond responsibility. It’s an obligation, says the writer.
There’s something to be learned from being more open about death like the Mexicans on their Day of the Dead – especially in the wake of a pandemic that has made us grapple with the uncertainty of life – and accepting it as part of the human experience.
Myanmar such a big headache as isolated China is cracking under the strain of keeping Covid-19 out of its towns
China has been able to beat back successive waves of Covid-19 thanks to the widespread deployment of snap lockdowns, strict quarantines and some of the world’s tightest border controls. Yet, the strain is showing at its borders.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has raised significant concerns about a plan to use spectrum for 5G wireless networks on aviation safety and is planning to issue a formal warning about the issue, according to sources and a letter seen by Reuters.
Taiwanese president Tsai Ing-wen said she believes that the United States would help to defend the island in the event of an attack by China, amid confusion about the US administration’s position on military intervention.