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HAILED as one of the oldest markets in Malaysia with its history dating back to the 1890s, Chowrasta Market in Penang today is as modern as any market you could find.
Iranian women read more, write more and are more present in the book market than men.
From book launches to story readings, there's plenty to catch at this year's virtual GTLF.
Faced with closures because of coronavirus measures and fierce competition from retail giant Amazon, 250 independent UK bookshops have banded together on a new online platform.
SINNAR, Oct 20 (AFP): India is on course to top the world in coronavirus cases, but from Maharashtra's whirring factories to Kolkata's thronging markets, people are back at work -- and eager to forget the pandemic for the festival seasons
SOME of the country’s finest jazz musicians will be in Penang for a series of concerts titled ‘Jazz on the Jetty’ this Friday to Sunday.
HONG KONG, Sept 15 (SCMP): Virtual summit between Chinese President Xi Jinping and leaders of European trading bloc leaves much work still to doFocus on investment treaty derailed by exchange on human rights record including Hong Kong and Xinjiang
The chief executives of four US technology giants endured withering, rapid-fire questioning for more than five hours from lawmakers who accused their companies of using their power to crush rivals and squash competition.
Former Pink Floyd frontman David Gilmour will release a new song as part of the audiobook 'A Theatre for Dreamers'.
KYIV (Reuters) - A wealthy Ukrainian politician has made public a manuscript in his private collection that he says is a fragment of the Gutenberg Bible, the world's first substantial printed book, although researchers said it would need to be authenticated.