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The full implications of Beijing’s rapid-fire moves against Jack Ma’s Internet empire in recent days won’t be apparent for weeks, but one lesson is already clear: The glory days for China’s technology giants are over.
Myanmar’s ruling junta stepped up its campaign against celebrities who support nationwide protests against its seizure of power, publishing wanted lists in the state press and warning against using their work.
Hundreds of people in Myanmar laid flowers in public places on Friday in memory of the victims of the violent military clampdown following the February coup.
Since the inception of the Share Ami programme last year, there have been 110 pairings of French seniors with French learners. The online conversations have helped to stop the students' French from getting rusty and combat a sense of isolation among the seniors in lockdown.
Myanmar's junta on late Tuesday (March 23) defended its seven-week crackdown that has left more than 260 democracy protesters dead, insisting it would not tolerate "anarchy". The junta has unleashed deadly violence as it struggles to quell nationwide protests against the February 1 ousting of civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
YANGON (AFP): Myanmar's military on Tuesday (March 23) said it was sad about people killed in its brutal crackdown on anti-coup protests, but vowed to press ahead with stamping out what it called "anarchy".
SEOUL (The Straits Times/ANN): Pentagon chief Lloyd Austin arrived in Seoul on Wednesday (March 17) with top US diplomat Antony Blinken, for talks with South Korean officials to bolster a united front against an increasingly assertive China and nuclear-armed North Korea.
Get excited Song Hye-kyo fans! The actress has two new projects lined up after taking a two-year break.
NATURE is an interdependent ecosystem that sustains our growth and survival on this planet. Unfortunately, this fragile balance is in danger of tipping into disaster, as a lack of emphasis on sustainability drives environmental issues such as climate change and biodiversity loss.
vTwo anti-coup protesters were shot dead in Myanmar on Monday as demonstrators across the country sought to paralyse the economy with strike action following a weekend of night raids and arrests.