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TOKYO: The Tokyo Olympics opened with a ceremony reflecting a Games like no other, walking a fine line between celebrating the feats of the world’s best athletes while acknowledging the global hardship caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
TOKYO (Reuters) -The Tokyo Olympics like no other opened on Friday with fireworks illuminating an empty stadium and a moment of silence to honour those lost to COVID-19, with a nod to Japanese tradition represented by wooden Olympic rings linked to the 1964 Games.
A virtual study tour was held to expose Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR) staff and students to Japanese society and culture.
IN 2017, Su Hua, the founder of a Chinese startup called Kuaishou Technology, was on the verge of closing the biggest deal of his career – the acquisition of a fledgling video service that would become TikTok. But arch-rival ByteDance Ltd swooped in with a better offer, and Su missed out on what has become a global sensation.Now, the 38-year-old entrepreneur is getting some payback
If you can't join them, beat them: Kuaishou Technology's founder is aiming to beat TikTok, which he failed to acquire when it was still in its fledgling stage.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -A 22-year-old British citizen was arrested in Spain on Wednesday in connection with a July 2020 Twitter hack which compromised the accounts of high-profile politicians and celebrities, the U.S. Justice Department said on Wednesday.
Teigen explained that she felt 'lost' amid the bully scandal and is hoping 'to find my place again'.
There’s an air of desperation among tech employers this summer. Software talent, it seems, is in such high demand that companies are morphing how they hire. And workers are the ones with the power.
What do Sting and the pope have in common? They trust the same Italian winemaker to help them with their own vineyards: Riccardo Cotarella.