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In Kuala Lumpur, Segaris Art Center holds 10th anniversary show, dreams big for journey ahead
In Malaysian art, there is no shortage of works highlighting the plight of animals in the wild
SINGAPORE: Oil stored in ships has been piling up off key Asian ports as a crackdown in China on private crude oil processors has blunted purchases and disrupted flows, including some United States-sanctioned barrels from Iran.
SINGAPORE (Bloomberg): Oil stored in ships has been piling up off key Asian ports as a crackdown in China on private crude oil processors has blunted purchases and disrupted flows, including some US-sanctioned barrels from Iran.
Art can mobilise people – virtually – as seen with the launch of independent project Artaidartist, an online series of exhibitions
No more new work as it contributes to climate crisis
BEIJING (Bloomberg): China will start taxing imports of dirty fuels used to make lucrative but lower quality products from next month, citing pollution concerns and the need to promote fairness in the refining sector.
Singapore’s revamped Changi Chapel and Museum highlights personal stories, new artefacts from Japanese occupation of Malaya
QINGDAO, China (Reuters): Chinese officials were waiting for better weather before deciding whether to siphon off the remaining cargo from a stricken tanker after hundreds of tonnes of oil spilled into the Yellow Sea after a collision in dense fog two days ago.
QINGDAO, China (Reuters) - Chinese officials were considering siphoning the remaining cargo at sea from a huge tanker that spilled hundreds of tonnes of oil into the Yellow Sea after it collided with a bulk vessel in thick fog two days ago.