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As the pandemic lockdown eases in Dubai, its world-class tourism industry is charting a gradual comeback – but the new normal has taken a toll on the city’s “wow” factor.
Branded AirX, the mask is made using coffee waste collected from huge Vietnamese coffee factories, which is then spun into yarn to create a covering that is antibacterial, reusable and biodegradable.
Mie University in Japan offers the world's first research centre devoted to ninja traditions.
JAKARTA, June 28 (The Jakarta Post/ANN): The United Nations is urging the government of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) to investigate the recent death of an Indonesian soldier tasked with the body’s peacekeeping mission in the country, the Indonesian Military (TNI) has said.
SHANGHAI: Profits at China's industrial firms in May rose 6% year-on-year to 582.3 billion yuan ($82.28 billion), the statistics bureau said on Sunday.
Narrative medicine is a relatively new area that uses stories to help doctors connect with patients and deal with their own stresses.
The Covid-19 pandemic will become our shared, if not contested, heritage. Commemorating it can help us deal with our pain and signal warning to future generations.
THE new chief executive officer (CEO) of Education Malaysia Global Services (EMGS) is not one to shy away from a challenge.
NINE out of 10 South Koreans think North Korea will not give up its nuclear weapons, but nearly half think the South should still seek dialogue with the North, according to a recent poll.
THE British Council has granted the Newton Fund Impact Scheme (NFIS) to Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman’s (UTAR) Prof Dr Lim Yun Seng for his ‘development of IoT-controlled virtual energy storage for maximum demand reductions under intermittency of photovoltaic systems’ research.