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Lock up your cell phone: It's a growing trend at theatrical performances, concerts and even art exhibitions in the US.
PETALING JAYA: Technology advancement has changed the landscape of labour in the country, as many young Malaysians shun routine jobs and opt for gig services, says the Socio-Economic Research Centre (SERC).
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - Less than three months after completing an exhausting, record-setting swim, endurance athlete Cameron Bellamy returns this week to tackle another epic ocean challenge, this time rowing one of the most treacherous stretches of water in the world.
(Reuters) - A burning desire to avenge his previous Presidents Cup nightmare will drive Adam Hadwin at this week's tournament against the mighty Americans at Royal Melbourne.
The floods Malaysia is experiencing now will only get worse due to climate change, emphasising the urgent need to introduce the proposed Climate Change Act.
Victor Chin’s Fixing Memories exhibition shows how old Malaysia is disappearing under the wrecking ball of modernisation
KUALA LUMPUR: Maybank Investment Bank Research says it continues to adopt a broadly defensive investing strategy as the equity market continues to contend with multiple external and internal earnings headwinds.
VUCJAK, Bosnia (Reuters) - Hundreds of migrants and refugees stuck in a makeshift camp in a Bosnian forest are struggling to survive in subzero temperatures as snow weighs down on their tents, spurring fears that some may die unless they are resettled soon.
AS we left for Manila, the news was not good. The stadiums were not ready, the organisers were ill-prepared, food was going to be a problem – it was worse for Muslims who needed halal food – and the accommodation and facilities for athletes and the media were well below par.
PETALING JAYA: The subdued global trade and industrial performance in October along with high-base effects from 2018 will see Malaysia’s imports contract by 6.8% and exports by 8.2% from a year ago.