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GEORGE TOWN: Having stood the test of time since 1836, a traditional sundry shop here in Campbell Street now hopes to be around for many more years by embracing the latest technology to engage with its clients.
BEIJING (Reuters) - A record-breaking wave of Chinese tourists will hit the road for the Labour Day break, and with borders still shut many will be travelling domestically, to more remote locations and for longer, giving China's economy a powerful short-term boost.
MY first full-time job, when I was 17, was in The Star. I didn’t join as a journalist; rather, I was one of a crew of about 30 people, mostly women, employed as casual labour to fold the newspaper overnight.
BUKIT MERTAJAM: Twenty one Myanmar nationals, who participated in a “water festival” in front of a house here, have been arrested.
BERLIN (Reuters) - The two men competing to run as conservative candidate to become Germany's next chancellor have failed to resolve their week-long stand-off, sources said on Sunday, and their parties may now hold a vote to decide who stands.
(Reuters) -Myanmar's newly formed government of national unity urged neighbouring countries to not recognise the junta that seized power in February and to negotiate with it instead as part of any attempt to solve the crisis that began with the coup.
FOR decades, higher education institutions (HEIs) have placed more importance on having their findings published rather than producing studies that impact the country and communities.
(Reuters) -Myanmar junta chief Min Aung Hlaing will attend an Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit in Indonesia on April 24, Thailand said on Saturday, for his first known foreign trip since he seized power on Feb. 1.
(Reuters) -Myanmar's junta released 23,184 prisoners from jails across the country on Saturday under a New Year amnesty, a Prisons Department spokesman said, though few if any democracy activists arrested since a Feb. 1 coup were thought to be among them.
(Reuters) -Opponents of military rule in Myanmar observed a "silent strike" on Friday, with many people staying home to mourn the more than 700 people killed in protests against a Feb. 1 coup and others wearing black held small marches in several cities and towns.