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MALAYSIA enforced a no-smoking ruling at all eateries and restaurants nationwide starting Jan 1, 2019.
IPOH: To adapt to new norms under the movement control order, many eateries here have switched to deliveries and takeaways.
KOTA KINABALU: The popular bi-monthly Jesselton Artisan Market (JAM), which pools local artisans as well as home bakers and cooks, is back in a virtual form this year.
GEORGE TOWN: The work goes on for char koay teow seller Tan Chooi Hong, 79, despite being described by the BBC as Malaysia’s humble ‘King of Noodles’.
PETALING JAYA: Their job description calls for rescuing leftovers and unsold food which are given to those who need it.From frozen meat to bread and pastries, buffet spreads and mixed rice, a social enterprise known as What a Waste (WaW) has been salvaging surplus food by repacking and giving them to the marginalised.
PETALING JAYA: It was a subdued New Year’s Eve for the country as Malaysians continue to hope and wait for the vaccine to end their year of Covid-19 woes.
TOKYO (Reuters) - The Japanese capital will urge shorter working hours for bars and restaurants and ask residents to stay indoors as much as possible in "tough, concentrated action" to tame a spike in coronavirus cases, Tokyo's governor said on Wednesday.
YEREVAN (Reuters) - When conflict broke out in Nagorno-Karabakh last month, Aghasi Asatryan was thousands of kilometres away in Germany, embarking on a career as an IT specialist.
SEREMBAN: Operators of eateries and coffee shops here are trying to ensure their businesses can continue to run during the Covid-19 pandemic.