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From using custom-made, biodegradable fabrics and 'living' clothes that photosynthesise to polyester created from planet-warming carbon dioxide, there is a race for startups to spur sustainability in fashion.
Hampered by cautious investors and a rigid corporate culture, Japan has produced just a handful of major startups. But there are signs that could be changing, industry insiders say.
PARIS (Reuters) - Newly-crowned French Open champion Iga Swiatek is not your standard academy-honed tennis prodigy nor, for the matter, is she your typical teenager.
The coffin turns corpses into compost that enriches the soil, thanks to mycelium, the root structure of fungi.
Understanding and connecting with consumers crucial
KUALA LANGAT: Having offered his homemade mooncake and pastries for over 50 years, septuagenarian Soo Kim is still going strong making them the traditional way at his home in Taman Desa Jarom here.
JOHOR BARU: An increasing number of home bakers are opting to make their own mooncakes as a more economical and personalised way of celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival.
A terrific series that continues 'The Karate Kid' saga in expected yet refreshing ways.
Conserving surgery can maintain the shape and size of breast.
MOONCAKE fan Noraini Mat Piah appreciates the festive treat more now after learning to make them at the Women of Will’s (WOW) Community Kitchen in PPR Batu Muda, Kuala Lumpur.Women from B40 group learn to make delicacy while working towards self-sufficiency