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The global hike in food prices and shortages are setting off alarm bells. Malaysia needs to act fast to avoid a crisis.
KOI Zi Kang beamed with pride as he spoke about his internship experience six years ago with the Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS Formula One (F1) team at Brackley, England, home to the eight-time Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) F1 World Champions.
BEIJING: On a hot, sunny day, children and adults splashed in the cool run-off of the Yongding River in a park on the western outskirts of Beijing, a city under near-lockdown in China’s head-on battle with Covid-19.
At this quiet monastery, the timeless rhythms of spiritual life have been altered in many ways by the presence of dozens of war-displaced mothers and children, many of whom arrive terrified and traumatised by bombardment and fighting.
HONIARA (AFP): China has put forward plans to dramatically expand security and economic cooperation with South Pacific nations, in what one regional leader called a thinly veiled effort to lock them into 'Beijing's orbit'.
The World Records Union (WorldKings) and Vietnam Records Organisation (Vietkings) have recognised the first Dong Thap Lotus Festival 2022 as the world’s largest event of lotus-based dishes.
BEIJING (AFP): Chinese President Xi Jinping held a video call with UN rights chief Michelle Bachelet on Wednesday (May 25), as she visits Xinjiang during a mission overshadowed by fresh allegations of Uyghur abuses and fears she is being used as a public relations tool by the Communist Party.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/Asia News Network): A photography and multimedia exhibition exploring historical and present-day Banda Islands in Maluku, which was at the centre of the 200-year spice wars among European colonial powers, offers a unique opportunity for poignant reflection and immersion.
IT has been a week since the government decided to scrap approved permits (APs) for food imports. While consumer bodies have lauded the move, there is much unease among small-scale farmers and livestock breeders.
KOTA KINABALU: For many around the world, Kota Kinabalu-born Penny Wong, Australia’s newly minted foreign minister following last weekend’s national election, is a tough-talking, hardball politician.But to her family in Sabah, Penny remains a kind, loving and protective woman – a far cry from her public persona.