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SHANGHAI: A think-tank of China’s powerful state council met real estate developers and banks in Shenzhen city, a source with direct knowledge of the meeting told Reuters, amid intensifying worries over a liquidity crisis in the country’s property sector.
GUINOBATAN, Philippines (AFP): A year after a powerful storm sent an avalanche of volcanic rock and sand crashing down, burying her house, Philippine food vendor Florivic Baldoza still lives in an evacuation centre.
Except in rare cases, our memories never go away, but the trick is in recalling them.
MANILA (Philippine Daily Inquirer/Asia News Network): Filipino entrepreneurs who have adopted electronic payment systems are now even more productive, efficient and competitive thanks to the new quick reaction (QR) code system that makes person-to-merchant transactions easier.
Philippines inflation slowed to 4.8% in September
Clive Sinclair, the British inventor and entrepreneur who arguably did more than anyone else to inspire a whole generation of children into a life-long passion for computers and gaming, has died. He was 81.
IPOH: The sight of an elderly man, huffing and puffing away on a tricycle with a load of recyclable items, was too much to bear for Insp G. Saravanan.
IPOH: A police inspector from the Kerian district police has won hearts and earned praises from Malaysians over his act of giving out some money to a scrap collector.
Former military man finds new calling of being a bubble performance artist after girlfriend gifts him with a bubble-making gun.
MANILA (AFP): Philippine tricycle driver Jesus Gomez struggled to make a living even before the capital Manila went back into a coronavirus lockdown last week that forced most of his customers to stay home and halved his meagre income.