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HK$5,000 vouchers: everything you need to know about the torrent of offers from payment platforms, retailers and restaurants in Hong Kong
Malls, shops, restaurants and digital payment platforms pushing billions of dollars worth of offers ahead of first batch of e-vouchersHK$36 billion voucher scheme is designed to boost consumer spending, which has been hit hard by Covid-19 pandemic
The clatter of Lisbon’s trademark yellow trams in Portugal has been echoing through the cobbled streets for over a century but, as more and more of them are retired from service, one man is on a mission to keep the tradition alive.
Hong Kong founder of Facebook group for ‘victims’ of superstar boy band Mirror says he is shocked by its explosive popularity
Tongue-in-cheek page, called ‘My Wife Married Mirror and Left My Marriage in Ruins Concern Group’, is clearing-house for good-natured grousingPage has become overnight sensation, and is also popular with members’ wives, who post comments poking fun at their self-pitying significant others
BERLIN (Reuters) - Berlin public transport operator BVG will stop using the German term "schwarzfahren" (or "blackriding") to describe travelling without a valid ticket, it said on Friday.
Celebrations for CPC's centenary heat up across China, showing confidence and capacity in the Party's path
With the upcoming centenary of the founding of the Communist Party of China (CPC) approaching on July 1, spectacular light shows, a variety of performances and booming red tourism have helped foster a celebratory atmosphere around China.
SMH Rail is Malaysia’s largest privately-owned prime rolling stock manufacturer and maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) service provider – delivering rail engineering solutions to more than 20 countries globally.
IN a matter of weeks, Malaysia will kickstart the process of raising land from the sea off the southern part of Penang island – an undertaking known as the Penang South Islands (PSI) project.
GEORGE TOWN: Ferry passengers will soon get across the Penang channel in under 10 minutes using fast boat ferries, and there will a maximum of 40 trips a day.