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KUALA LUMPUR: As urbanisation grows from 71% in 2010 to 76% now, issues such as income disparity has emerged, widening the gap between the urban rich and urban poor households in Malaysia.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian cities have gotten significantly hotter over the past few decades, a study on land surface temperatures has shown.
SHANGHAI: The increasing output and expanding use of clean energy in China have continuously reduced the share of coal consumption in overall energy consumption, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said in its annual communique released recently
HANOI, Feb 21 (Vietnam News/ANN): The Ministry of Construction (MoC) believes the domestic real estate market has overcome the most difficult period due to positive developments in the market as well as the whole economy in the fourth quarter of 2020.
We need to move away from looking at housing solely from a real estate perspective to a right that every resident needs.
Hard work is the hall-mark of Chinese inheritance. It’s characterised by the ox, working hard in the fields 24/7 to ensure families are well-fed, and have enough surplus to create wealth and happiness.
TWO university students were crowned gold award winners at the Asia Young Designer Awards (AYDA) 2020 for their “human-centred designs”. Dayana Aripin from Universiti Sains Malaysia and Lim Yee Fah from Taylor’s University took first place in the architecture and interior design categories, respectively, in the recent competition organised by Nippon Paint Malaysia in collaboration with IJM Land Berhad.
HOME seekers’ priorities are changing as Malaysia strives towards a new norm following the Covid-19 outbreak and resulting lockdowns. Chief among these is demand for outdoor spaces and a connection to nature.