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Call to boycott Beijing Winter Olympics doomed to fail, positive views of China keep rising: China official
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): False accusations and lies concocted by some anti-China politicians have misguided public opinion about China in some Western countries and negatively affected the country's international image, a senior official said on Wednesday (March 3).
SMART Selangor buses, which ply the entire state, have introduced the Scan to Ride QR Code feature in the Citizen E-Payment (CEPat) mobile application.
Security forces killed two militants in a shootout that also resulted in the death of one soldier, police said.
PALU, Indonesia (AP): Indonesian security forces killed two militants in a shootout that also resulted in the death of one soldier, police said Tuesday (March 2).
Bitcoin volatility rocks China’s graphics card market, pushing vendors to demand same-day purchases of dwindling supply
Demand for GPUs is surging amid a global chip shortage, with prices in Huaqiangbei, the world’s largest electronics market, changing along with bitcoin. GPUs, typically made for gamers, are useful for cryptocurrency mining, but the high energy consumption is frustrating China’s energy-saving push.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's government will decide whether to let overseas spectators attend the Summer Olympics in Tokyo by the end of March, Olympics Minister Tamayo Marukawa said on Wednesday.
RUBBER gloves were strewn on the floor and some were on sorting tables.
PENANG’S Covid-19 infectivity or R0 stood at 1.01 on the last day of February, compared with the national average R0 of 0.91, said Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow.
MELAKA: Melaka’s top detective Asst Comm Mohd Sukri Kaman said he returned to work shortly after taking his Pfizer-BioNTech jab without feeling any fatigue or dizziness.