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BANGKOK, Oct 13 (China Daily/ANN) - Despite postponements of tourist arrivals, Thailand hopes visitors from China will help kick-start its battered tourism sector, which has been decimated by travel bans due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
NEW DELHI (Bloomberg): India's universities have produced chief executive officers at companies from Microsoft to Google -- now Prime Minister Narendra Modi thinks they can be even better with competition from global names like Yale, Oxford and Stanford.
SYDNEY: As Virgin Australia shrinks to survive the pandemic, tiny Regional Express Holdings Ltd (Rex) is picking up some of its larger rival’s planes and staff on the cheap –and attracting investors who see profit in the high-stakes plan.
BEIJING, Sept 26 (AP): After the first shot, he had no reaction. But Kan Chai felt woozy following the second dose of a Covid-19 vaccine approved for emergency use in China.
In a US-China war, whose side is South-East Asia on? Philippines, Singapore and Malaysia ponder the unthinkable
HONG KONG, Sept 19 (SCMP): Caught between superpowers clashing in their own backyard, South-East Asian nations might find staying neutral is not an option.
BEIJING, Aug 28 (Bloomberg): China’s latest volley of missile launches into the world’s most hotly contested body of water served as a warning to two key US targets: aircraft carriers and regional bases.
WELLINGTON: New Zealand’s stock exchange is battling to restore services after cyber attacks shuttered the market for a third straight day, frustrating investors who were unable to trade amid a busy company earnings season.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Just a few months after arriving in Sydney for a planned two-year stay, university students Maggie Zhang and boyfriend Sunny Gu sat down to make a "pros and cons" list about life in Australia.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Global social distancing rules targeting coronavirus have pushed influenza infection rates to a record low, early figures show, signalling that the measures are having an unprecedented impact on other communicable diseases.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Nearly 3 billion koalas, kangaroos and other native Australian animals were killed or displaced by bushfires in 2019 and 2020, a study by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) said, triple the group's earlier estimates.