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Senior citizens are breaking stereotypes and winning millions of likes on Chinese Internet platforms. Their humour and energy is delighting the online generation which has largely dismissed older people as dull until now.
When a coronavirus lockdown confined Malaysians to their homes, street traders selling durians moved their pungent produce online – and have been enjoying an unexpected spike in demand.
Small-time food business owners are finding it difficult to maintain their business during the movement control order (MCO) period despite offering delivery service to customers.
Pungent, spiky durian – a fruit banned in many public places in Asia due to its overpowering smell – has been used by scientists to store electricity, and could one day help power electric vehicles and mobile phones across the region.
Local fruits like durian and jackfruit could change the way we charge our smartphones or electric cars in the future, according to a study highlighted in website Popular Mechanics.
Popular Chinese influencer Lieer (烈儿宝贝) sold 80,000 units of locally-produced bird's nest products in just five minutes during a Taobao livestream on Sept 16 as part of the Malaysia Week campaign in Shanghai.
Bui Mai Phuong is an avid online shopper, ordering anything from clothing to personal-care products from her smartphone. But she prefers to pay with cash.
The hype over Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba’s US$300 (RM1.1bil) investment in Thailand and its huge Tmall online platform has only masked the country’s fundamental weaknesses in embracing the digital technology for economic and social benefits, according to experts.
As Uber Technologies Inc. looked to conquer ride-sharing around the world, Grab was focused on serving the 620 million people that share its home in South-East Asia.