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KUALA LUMPUR: First, Larissa Lumandan left her mobile phone in the freezer. Next, she could not remember what items she needed to bring when moving to Kuala Lumpur from Sabah or even how to arrange them in her luggage.
SHANGHAI (Bloomberg): Shanghai will reopen some schools after a three-month shutdown as infections ebb, while attention shifts to a simmering outbreak in Beijing that underscores the relentless strain of the country’s adherence to Covid Zero.
BEIJING (Bloomberg): Beijing punished a dozen officials over two Covid-19 clusters as China’s capital continued to report new infections in its now monthlong outbreak, while the nearby port city of Tianjin locked down a central district amid a simmering flareup.
BEIJING (Bloomberg): Beijing reported a record number of Covid cases during its current outbreak, reviving concerns the capital may face a lockdown as authorities seek to stamp out community spread of the virus.
(Reuters) - New Zealand have reported no new COVID-19 cases among players and staff before their warm-up match against English county side Sussex, the country's cricket board (NZC) said on Saturday.
BANGKOK (Bloomberg): Thailand aims to lure more foreign visitors in the post-Covid period by promoting itself as a medical tourism hub, building on its good track record of handling the pandemic, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-O-Cha said.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian stocks were mixed Wednesday (May 18) following a strong start in some markets, which took the lead from Wall Street where traders were cheered by brisk US retail sales data.
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit appreciated against the US dollar at closing yesterday, tracking the improved sentiment for the Chinese yuan following positive developments in Shanghai, amid concerns over recession in the United States.
News highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Tuesday (May 17)
KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit appreciated against the US dollar at closing today, tracking the improved sentiment for the Chinese yuan following positive developments in Shanghai, amid concerns over recession in the United States (US).