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Taiwan begins war on garbage, bans plastic ware

Taiwan planned to begin waging a new war against garbage today, partially banning disposable plastic bowls, bags and other utensils.

Hotpot set to replace KFC and McDonald's

CHONGQING hotpot, a century-old Chinese dish named after its birthplace - the Southwest China city of Chongqing - has become a potential rival to global fast-food giants like McDonald#8217;s, Kentucky Fried Chicken and US-based Dicos.

For the seasoned buffet diner

In true #8220;Malaysia Boleh#8221; spirit, MINDY TEH volunteers for a round at Oishi, one of Kuala Lumpur#8217;s newest Japanese buffet chains.

Foreign business news briefs

Foreign business news briefs including from New York that IBM Corp has closed a deal to sell its hard-disk drive assets to Hitachi Ltd for US$2.05bil, as part of an effort to cut non-performing assets.

KFCH to sell all non-core assets

KFC Holdings (M) Bhd (KFCH) will be selling its non-core, non-related assets including Wisma KFC,as part of its efforts to streamline operations to remain focused, said managing director Johari Abdul Ghani.

Lessons on giving reality a twist

A LITTLE over a month ago, the chief creative officer of Lowe Partners Worldwide, Adrian Holmes, was in the city to give a back-to-basics talk titled I>Thinking Inside the Box/I>.

Wine from berries

The cloudberry wine, which bears a slight resemblance to the sweet Hungarian Tokai wine, could make a smooth aperitif before dinner or be paired with cheeses and enjoyed with dessert.

Man executed for poisoning kids

A kindergarten owner who sickened 70 children by mixing rat poison into salt at a rival school's kitchen has been executed in southern China, the official Xinhua News Agency said.

Fast-food and movies at TikTok DVD shops

McDonald's Corp has put a fast-food twist on dinner and a movie, installing DVD-rental machines outside some of its restaurants, the latest move in its efforts to attract more customers.

Helping the children

From growing up in Malaysian rubber estates to living in the arid Arizona desert, speech pathologist Shereen Thomas has found a new home, where she is able to help the community she lives in by working with little children. ANN MARIE CHANDY has the story.