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BANGKOK (The Nation/Asia News Network): Apart from applying technology, a collaboration between government, academia and mobile operators is necessary to deal with pandemics, Dr Kenth Engø-Monsens, a research fellow with Telenor Group, said on Friday (Oct 15).
Almost half of Hong Kong’s BN(O) migrants are still unemployed, struggle with language and workplace culture differences
Fearful of the loss of personal freedoms and losing trust in the local government, Jane Leung* left a well-paid job in human resources when she swapped Hong Kong for the British city of Nottingham in June.
JAKARTA: Investors cautious over lofty valuations in Indonesia’s booming technology market have sent a gauge of the shares tumbling over the past two months.
New rules forbidding unvaccinated people from dining in at hawker centres and coffee shops that kicked in yesterday have left some confused.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain said on Wednesday that people should buy normally for Christmas and there would be no shortage of gifts after shipping containers carrying toys and electrical goods were diverted from the country's biggest port because it was full.
ALEXANDRIA, Egypt (Reuters) - More than 20 years after suffering burns to her arms, neck and chest when the kettle caught fire as she was making tea, Egyptian Hend el-Banna is trying to help other burn victims avoid the stigma and rejection she has long faced.
Hong Kong customs officers seize HK$120 million of crystal meth and arrest three men over suspicious solar panels sent from Mexico
A HK$120 million haul of crystal meth was found hidden inside five solar panels sent to Hong Kong from Mexico, customs officials said on Friday (Oct 8)..
AUTOMAKERS, investors and even oilfield giant Schlumberger NV are beginning to embrace environmentally friendly technologies to produce lithium that could help meet 25% or more of global demand for the electric vehicle (EV) battery metal by the end of the decade.