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BAIA FORMOSA, Brazil (Reuters) - Brazil's Italo Ferreira won surfing's first ever Olympic gold in Tokyo, and if the reaction in his home town is anything to go by it won't be the last for one of the world’s top surf nations, where many are at home on the waves.
The writer, Yang Bojiang, hopes that the direct talks between the Chinese and Japanese officials in Tokyo will help improve Sino-Japanese relations.
(Reuters) - Larisa Iordache has battled injury, illness and adversity for a final chance to bring home an artistic gymnastics medal for Romania, a former gymnastics powerhouse that failed to qualify a team for the Tokyo 2020 Games.
Britain's Royal Mint celebrates Lewis Carroll’s timeless creative masterpieces with a two-coin series
TOKYO (Reuters) - Sweden's Sarah Sjostrom savoured an Olympic 50m freestyle silver medal on Sunday after a fightback from injury that she said had been the challenge of her life.
JUST 6km from Kota Baru and about five minutes’ drive from Sultan Ismail Petra Airport is a “knowledge valley” where young people from across the country engage, collaborate and innovate to solve real-world problems.
The first National Theatre Festival Brunei (NTFB) was officially launched at Jerudong International School (JIS) Arts Centre with the theme ‘New Beginning’, aims to mark the start of a new era for the local performing arts community.
(Reuters) - The world was shocked when Simone Biles withdrew from the women's Olympic gymnastics team finals on Tuesday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Britain's top-dog status in track cycling will be under attack next week in the Izu Velodrome but two unlikely new cycling heroes emerged on Friday as Bethany Shriever and Kye Whyte claimed the country's first two Olympic medals in BMX.
Founder of social enterprise PWD Smart FarmAbility Dr Billy Tang and his team have been supplying the underpriviledged and marginalised nutritious food via organic, sustainable vegetable terrariums.