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Singapore officials trying to digitise the economy are targeting a tricky group of holdouts: elderly vendors who run the country’s famed hawker stalls.
Chat groups similar to the now-defunct SG Nasi Lemak, which circulated obscene photos and video clips of women in Singapore, have resurfaced on messaging app Telegram. Some of the images show young women in the nude and are pornographic in nature.
An administrator of the SG Nasi Lemak Telegram chat group was found with more than 11,000 obscene photos and videos on his devices.
E-learning: Underprivileged students in Malaysia turn to online initiatives to secure secondhand laptops
As e-learning becomes the new norm during the pandemic, underprivileged students turn to online initiatives to secure a secondhand laptop.
Small-time food business owners are finding it difficult to maintain their business during the movement control order (MCO) period despite offering delivery service to customers.
Nintendo’s varying successes with their mobile games shows that it’s really difficult to put a fair price on a free-to-play game, and I talk about it in an analysis that somehow refers to too much nasi lemak.
Malaysians got fiery like sambal on Twitter after a British journalist rubbished the version of nasi lemak she had on a long haul British Airways flight.
If you look up “Google Doodle” on the Internet, Google will tell you that in 1998, before the company was even incorporated, the concept of the doodle was born when founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin played with the corporate logo to indicate their attendance at the (now) annual Burning Man festival in the Nevada desert.
Singaporeans expose Telegram group with 44,000 members sharing lewd content and pics of underage girls
Singaporeans on social media have exposed the activities of SG Nasi Lemak, a Telegram group where over 40,000 members reportedly shared explicit images and videos featuring women.
Nanik Soelistiowati, the owner of a banana fritter stall in West Jakarta, is the unlikely prize in a battle between two of the most valuable technology startups in Asia.