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Pay hikes for over 56,000 public healthcare workers in Singapore from July; nurses get up to 14% more
An estimated 56,300 public healthcare workers in Singapore - including nurses and support care staff - will get pay bumps over the next two years, starting in July.
Curriculum reforms prepare graduates for needs of rapidly changing world
China to shorten negative lists and encourage more foreign investment in high-tech, modern services industries
China will further shorten the negative lists for foreign investment access, according to the draft outline of the 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-2025) for national economic and social development and the long-range objectives through the year 2035, which was unveiled on Friday.
Premier Li Keqiang delivered a government work report at the opening of this year's session of the 13th National People's Congress in Beijing on Friday. Here are some highlights.
Chinese tech stocks rallied in Hong Kong on Tuesday after officials announced the biggest overhaul of the city's stock index for more than 50 years to make it less stuffed with traditional banks and insurers, a move that will give more weighting to mainland firms.
IF you know the mythological story of the Kitchen God, you will be familiar with nian gao.
Chinese New Year celebrations may be somewhat muted, but manicures inspired by the season are still proving to be all the rage.
New local clinical guidelines on managing diabetes that incorporate the latest therapies and lifestyle modifications are now available for healthcare professionals.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Regional authorities in Japan have urged that emergency pandemic measures be lifted before a scheduled date of March 7, as new COVID-19 cases trend lower, the economy minister said, adding that the government would consult experts before it agreed.