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IT’S been more than a month since Johor sprung back to life following the reopening of Malaysia’s international borders.
BEIJING (Reuters): As restaurants in the Chinese capital drift in the doldrums of a Covid ban on dining in, one eatery manager and his army of chefs have set up stalls on the pavement to keep alive some of the old magic and drum up sales of their big seller, Peking duck.
Shanghai will gradually begin reopening businesses such as shopping malls and hair salons in China’s financial and manufacturing hub from Monday (May 16) after weeks in strict Covid-19 lockdown, while Beijing battles a small but persistent outbreak.
SHANGHAI (Bloomberg): Shanghai continues to find Covid-19 cases in the community, damping prospects for an easing of the punishing lockdown that has hampered business activity in the city and confined millions of people to their homes for more than a month.
This year, the Souled Out Group is doing something special to celebrate mothers.
Whenever Mr Huang Fengxing, 22, thinks about his graduation next month, he is filled with dread, knowing that he has yet to secure a job - a complaint he says is common among his peers.
China’s capital Beijing kicked off a fresh round of mass testing for Covid-19 on Saturday (May 7) and shut more bus routes and metro stations, as it seeks to avert the fate of Shanghai, where millions of residents have been locked down for over a month.
BEIJING: Hong Kong reopened beaches and pools in a relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions while Beijing began easing quarantine rules for arrivals from overseas.
SHANGHAI (Bloomberg): Shanghai’s final exit from a punishing five-week lockdown is being delayed by Covid-19 infections persistently appearing in the community, despite China’s hardline strategy of isolating all positive cases and their close contacts.
NEW YORK: Oil prices fell by more than 2% on Tuesday as demand worries stemming from China's prolonged COVID-19 lockdowns outweighed the prospect of a European embargo on Russian crude.