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In South Korea, videogames are practically the national pastime, played by the majority of adults and adolescents. Even after the WHO recognized gaming addictions as a mental health disorder, the country is struggling to come to terms with this health problem.
A drone-like flying taxi whirred over Singapore's waterfront on Oct 22, with the firm behind the test hoping the aircraft will revolutionise travel in traffic-choked Asian cities.
KUALA LUMPUR: Future school debating events will be vetted beforehand to avoid sensitive religious issues being raised as topics, says Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik.
Panellists at the World Internet Conference discussed the development of a distinctly Chinese online culture in a censored environment. China is home to the world’s largest online community, but the government imposes strict controls on users.
BEIJING (Reuters) - The United States is not seeking to "decouple" from China and not asking any country to choose sides, a senior U.S. defence official said on Monday, offering a softer outlook on relations bruised by a bitter trade war.
NEW YORK: Terry Ann McIntosh’s financial nightmare began four years ago, soon after she hired a caregiver through a family services website.
Google and Facebook stay away but smaller US firms scout for business at China’s World Internet Conference
Some American hardware providers attend state-backed event along with Chinese entrepreneurs Jack Ma and Robin Li. Honeywell, Qualcomm, Intel, and Cisco Systems, as well as software and cloud services provider Microsoft attend event also known as the Wuzhen Summit.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - With the meek quarter-final exit from the Rugby World Cup marking the definitive derailment of Michael Cheika's roller-coaster tenure as Australia coach, the Wallabies are moving quickly to secure a replacement.
THE Malaysian Finance Minister delivered the 2020 budget proposals on Oct 11,2019 following extensive consultations with a total of 12 Focus Groups, involving over 2,500 people representing over 1,200 organisations.
WASHINGTON: The world’s most powerful policymakers are struggling to alleviate the pain of a slowing global economy with few levers left to pull and growing concern that one of them, negative interest rates, already is creating problems of its own.