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It is not unusual for nationalist fervour to override economics in the search for quick fixes. Here's why this would be folly when it comes to airline and hotel rescues.
Sleevenote is a music player that allows you to experience your music collection as a rich art-led experience.
The first Korean sci-fi blockbuster set in space by director Jo Sung-hee skips theatre release and heads to streaming platform.
Standing in queues and waiting is part of everyday life in Cuba, now more than ever. But as more and more people gain access to the Internet, they are increasingly trying to get hold of goods and find bargains online, supplementing the island nation’s planned economy.
Malaysia produces more electricity than it can use and – yet we're opening more 'dirty' fossil fuel-burning power plants.
The director says that the series about the FBI’s initial attempts to profile serial killers may not have much of a future given its price tag.
An endocrinologist tackles some of the common questions Malaysian diabetics have about this disease.
Decaying Pakistani mansions once home to Bollywood superstars are being brought back to life.
A traditional Kolam artist starts baking and selling cakes online to support her family during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A change in labelling regulations means cartoons that have accompanied generations of Mexican consumers will be banished from packaging, replaced instead with a warning label.