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Christopher Blair produces false stories he insists are easily identifiable as satire rather than news. His pages can rack up millions of views, and at least part of that audience believes the material is true.
While China deploys stern communist slogans in its battle against a deadly new coronavirus, democratic Taiwan has embraced cuddly mascots and humour to ease public anxiety and educate on best practices.
Masks could be preventing China’s massive surveillance system from reading faces fully, according to AI scientists. Suspects who avoided home quarantine were at large for weeks, going to shopping malls, dining in restaurants and playing mahjong in entertainment centres.
The impact on travel and commerce from the viral outbreak in China is playing out ahead of one of the world's biggest technology fairs.
Singapore-based supermarket chain NTUC Fairprice has urged members of the public not to share a viral video depicting a man trying out bottled drinks and putting them back on the shelf, according to a statement on Facebook.
Deliveroo, Foodpanda enjoy brisk orders in Hong Kong as coronavirus scare entrenches eat-at-home habit
Food delivery firms are enjoying strong demand as coronavirus outbreak, social unrest entrench eat-at-home habit. Deliveroo and Foodpanda are taking advantage by expanding in Hong Kong by opening more kitchens to reach a wider base of customers.
As Chinese-based manufacturers begin to restart factories on Feb 10, no one knows for sure when they’ll be back at full-speed – or what sort of chaos may ensue.
As frontliners fight against the spread of coronavirus, health officials and social media platforms take on viral misinformation.
Governments across Asia are stepping up arrests over a growing scourge of misinformation related to the coronavirus outbreak, even as outrage grows in China over how early virus whistleblowers were punished for spreading falsehoods after one of the doctors passed away.
Workers making iPhones at tech giant Foxconn's plant in central China will be quarantined for up to two weeks, as cities on the mainland tighten their defences against the deadly coronavirus outbreak.