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Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Sunday (May 22, 2022)
Yam built up a respectable filmography, appearing in more than 150 movies.
Hong Kong’s Planto ties up with New Zealand fintech firm Cogo to create awareness about sustainability, launch carbon footprint
Planto, a Hong Kong-based online banking solutions provider, has partnered with Cogo, a New Zealand-headquartered carbon footprint tracking fintech firm, to develop a software for the city’s banks that encourages consumers and small businesses to cut their greenhouse gas emissions.
Mainland Chinese ship Piano Land could provide ‘cruises to nowhere’ in Hong Kong from July, sources say
Mainland Chinese ship Piano Land could provide “cruises to nowhere” in Hong Kong in July to cater to demand for these trips after two vessels offering such services left the city for Singapore, the Post has learned.
US charges one American, four Chinese officials with spying on dissidents, human rights leaders, pro-democracy activists
American prosecutors have charged four members of China’s Ministry of State Security with spying on US-based human rights activists, the US Department of Justice said on Wednesday.
Coronavirus: Hong Kong adults aged under 60 could get fourth vaccine dose if at risk of higher exposure to Covid-19
Hong Kong adults aged under 60 could get a fourth vaccine dose if they are at risk of higher exposure to the coronavirus, government medical advisers have proposed.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Saturday (May 21, 2022)
Six months after Hong Kong introduced equity index futures to make it easier for international investors to bet on Chinese stocks, Singapore still rules the market, although its Asian rival is making inroads.
Planting ‘letters from spring’: Chinese artist in Guangzhou has been covering dingy walls with flowers made of felt
A Chinese art student has taken it upon himself to decorate the southern megacity Guangzhou with “flower patches” made out of felt, which has been praised as “bringing warmth and healing to the public”.
China robot unicorn Hai Robotics eyes international expansion as market for warehouse automation cranks up
Shenzhen-based warehouse robot start-up Hai Robotics, which counts Chinese e-commerce giants Alibaba Group Holding and JD.com among its clients, is speeding up international expansion with the goal of having half its business coming from outside China this year