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China's ruling Community Party turned its sights on the country's vast financial sector this month, kicking off a new round of a years-long campaign to uncover corruption and illegal dealings.
GEORGE TOWN: With no wedding dinners or major celebrations over the past year and a half, restaurant operators are hoping that the situation will improve before the year ends.
GEORGE TOWN: With the pandemic not slowing down just yet, quality fish breeders have been forced to reduce the capacity at their farms and sell their fish on the cheap in wet markets.
GEORGE TOWN: No wedding ceremony or banquets yet, but no worries – couples are still having photoshoots to celebrate their big day.
TOKYO: Japanese manufacturers' confidence worsened to a five-month low in September as the fallout from the latest wave of COVID-19 put fresh pressure on the world's third-largest economy, the Reuters Tankan poll showed.
Good hygiene is essential when running a home-based food business. It will not only boost customer confidence, but also lead to more orders, say those who have ventured into the field.
Peng is accused of party disloyalty, receiving bribes and failing to supervise the internet in China, says the Central Commission for Discipline InspectionHe once worked under Lu Wei, the disgraced internet tsar, who was jailed for 14 years for corruption in 2019
Peng Bo, who was responsible for regulating the internet industry, is accused of failing in his post and using his authority for gainPeng, whose former boss Lu Wei was jailed two years ago, is said to have played a key role in preventing an outright ban on platforms such as Weibo
IT WILL be another quiet Hungry Ghost Month not only for temples and event organisers in Johor, but also for the performers who previously would “entertain” the spirits from the underworld during this time of the year.