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NANTOU COUNTY (AFP): Toads are a symbol of prosperity and good fortune in Taiwan, but the unexpected discovery of an invasive species has officials and environmentalists scrambling to contain their spread.
Nationwide demand for cybersecurity professionals outstrips supply, and governments struggle to lure recruits able to net more lucrative salaries in the private sector.
KUALA LUMPUR: Having painted on mostly rice paper for over 50 years, Penang-born artist and calligrapher Prof Dr Cheng Haw Chien is now producing his art on Japanese metallic paper.
Located in Copenhagen, CopenHill/Amager Bakke is a new destination that combines community and leisure with sustainable goals.
In Paris, the centuries-old story of traders selling books by the River Seine might be coming to an end
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's military on Thursday honoured outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel with their highest ceremony for a civilian, playing an eclectic mix of music of her own choosing that has intrigued the nation.
Visually-impaired people face a number of challenges every day, from reading a label on a canned drink to figuring out if they are at the right bus stop.
People just starting out might opt for a flat that's little more than a room and a bath. Still, that doesn't mean you can't have big plans when it comes to decorating these living spaces.
When it comes to the connected home, smart light bulbs offer all kinds of possibilities. These connected alternatives offer many advantages compared to standard lighting solutions, and can even help you save money.
LONDON: China, the world's largest aluminium producer, is still running short of primary metal.