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IN ITS continuous effort to ease the burden of underprivileged students during this unprecedented period, Telekom Malaysia Bhd’s foundation, Yayasan TM, is working with Pintar Foundation to provide digital devices to underprivileged students.
The focus on labour rights is part of the Chinese government’s push to create a fairer society and narrow the income gap under President Xi Jinping. Internet companies must now sign labour contracts with their gig workers, and provide them with the insurance coverage of state-run insurers.
Inspired by fellow Malaysians, entrepreneur Vivy Yusof has coordinated various pandemic relief efforts.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): A man who slashed 11 cats in Ang Mo Kio was sentenced last month to 12 weeks in jail. That punishment, say animal lovers, is not enough of a deterrent and they are calling for tougher penalties.
JAKARTA (Bloomberg): Indonesia has reached a grim milestone as more than 100,000 people died from the coronavirus, becoming the second country in Asia to breach that threshold.
We all know that we're supposed to eat five servings of fruit and vegetables a day. But what we didn't know, was that fashion brands would one day apply the same logic to their creations.
Should you take money advice from a stranger on the Internet? In Reddit’s r/personalfinance channel, anonymous users exchange tips on buying homes, choosing insurance plans and managing very personal, nuanced money situations.
KUALA LUMPUR: Actual mobile broadband quality as experienced by Internet users in Malaysia is generally lower than promised, a research by the Khazanah Research Institute (KRI) revealed.
Taiwan, Brazil and New Jersey are using technology to bring greater citizen input into lawmaking