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Letter from NORDIN ABDULLAH, Founding chairman Malaysia Global Business Forum.
Dwindling sales due to no dine-in ruling forces overhead reduction at eateries
PETALING JAYA: While many celebrate the Dragon Boat Festival to commemorate the poet Qu Yuan, for Tan Ai Beng, it is another festive family reunion.
RELIGIOUS leaders are urging the government to consider allowing fresh flower businesses to operate during the lockdown, as flowers are widely used in prayers.
This is the second in a series of stories on image-based abuse supported by the Judith Neilson Institute’s Asian Stories project, in collaboration with The Korea Times, Indonesia’s Tempo magazine, the Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism, and Manila-based ABS-CBN. Sonia Sarkar, Tashny Sukumaran and Lee Min-young contributed reporting. The piece contains descriptions of a sexual nature.
The London-based Malaysian author recently released her latest novel called ‘Black Water Sister’
PETALING JAYA: Many Malaysians on social media welcome the government's announcement on Friday (May 28) of a nationwide full lockdown, similar to the first movement control order in March of last year.
GEORGE TOWN: Food sellers here are adjusting well to the 8pm cut-off time as they no longer have to rush to prepare takeaway food for customers.
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Singapore officials trying to digitise the economy are targeting a tricky group of holdouts: elderly vendors who run the country’s famed hawker stalls.