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MIL-OSI Asia-Pac: Guest Article: Global South Researchers are Making Global Partnerships a Reality
Cooperation and partnerships on the local, national, and international levels, as called for in Sustainable Development Goal 17, are more vital than ever. Many multilateral bodies have yet to show real leadership when it comes to this. The pandemic has exposed their internal rifts and animosities.
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Crying over plant-based milk: neither science nor history favors a dairy monopoly
Almond milk, for example, was introduced into Europe by the Moors in about the 8th century, and was popular across both the Christian and Islamic world as an alternative when religious discipline required abstaining from animal products. An early form of soy milk became popular in China in about the 14th century.
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PREMIUM 'The Jakarta Post', 'Kompas' to participate in Google's Subscription Lab
Indonesian media outlets The Jakarta Post and Kompas have been selected to participate in the first Google News Initiative Asia-Pacific (GNI APAC) Subscription Lab alongside six other media companies in the region. Google Indonesia announced in a blog post on Thursday that the Post and Kompas would....
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Coronavirus crisis realigns Asia's steel industry stars
Analysts say these moves are overdue. "The pandemic has highlighted steel-makers' lagging structural reforms," said Atsushi Yamaguchi, a senior analyst at SMBC Nikko Securities. Asian steel-makers are now rushing to shutter high-cost facilities and reduce their capacity.
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Foodpanda enters Japan's untapped food delivery market
SINGAPORE -- German food delivery heavyweight Delivery Hero has launched its Japan operations, citing a "still largely untapped" market in which it seeks to gain a strong position. Its Asian regional brand Foodpanda began deliveries Thursday in six cities: Kobe, Yokohama, Nagoya, Sapporo, Fukuoka, and Hiroshima.
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Qantas’ 7-hour flight to nowhere sells out in 10 minutes
SYDNEY/SINGAPORE: Qantas Airways said a seven-hour scenic flight over Australia's Outback and Great Barrier Reef had sold out in 10 minutes, as it joined a growing trend in Asia offering "flights to nowhere" that take off and land at the same airport. Many frequent fliers miss getting on planes, and....
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BHU prof’s study shows why less Indians dying of Covid
Prayagraj: If you have been thinking why the mortality rate of Covid-19 has been much higher in European countries and in the United States as compared to India and Southeast Asian countries, a research team led by a scientist could have the answer. The team comprising top genetic experts from six....
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Red Cross warns coronavirus driving discrimination in Asia
The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) warned on Thursday that the novel coronavirus is driving discrimination towards vulnerable communities in Asia, including migrants and foreigners. The humanitarian agency surveyed 5,000 people in Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar....
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ADB establishes regional hub for Asia-Pacific tax cooperation
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) said it is establishing a regional hub to promote knowledge sharing and strengthen cooperation on tax policy and tax administration among the Asia and the Pacific economies and their development partners. Masatsugu Asakawa, ADB president said that one of the keys to....
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Asia Stock Futures Edge Higher; Dollar Retreats: Markets Wrap
(Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks looked set for modest gains on Friday amid a dollar retreat and after U.S. equities pared the worst of their losses. Treasuries edged higher. Futures in Japan, Hong Kong and Australia edged up, while S&P 500 contracts were little changed. The U.S.
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Is This The Final Nail In The Coal’s Coffin? Asian coal importers are turning a new stone, opting to invest in renewable wind and solar energy instead of the struggling fossil fuel
Coal headlines this summer have been uniformly doom-and-gloom, with stories like ” from the Guardian, “ Coal’s Decline Continues with 13 Plant Closures Announced in 2020 ” from Scientific American’s E&E Energy News platform, and “ The U.S. Coal Industry Is Declining Irreversibly ” from Oil Price. While coal has long been struggling in the U.
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Belgium probes top EU think-tanker for links to China
, who directs the EU-Asia Centre , rejected as "absurd" the investigation into his alleged contacts with two Chinese journalists accredited in Brussels who — according to Belgian security officials speaking on condition of anonymity — also work for the Chinese Ministry of State Security and the Chinese military.
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Netflix receives backlash for 'Cuties' movie
Article Source : Asia Economy via Naver. 1. [+1,583, -114] Then what about teen idols? Our idols also shake their behinds in stage outfits too. 2. [+815, -45] Doesn't this apply to Korean girl groups too? 3. [+373, -7] There needs to be a law that makes it so that only legal adults can become idols.
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COVID-19 – Possible Human Rights Crisis in Asia as Disparities Expected to Widen
last year. This was the second-high level meeting held to discuss the ICPD25 conference this week. Earlier the Arab region met to discuss their Nairobi commitments. Yoko Kamikawa, chair of the Japan Parliamentarians Federation for Population, in a recorded speech noted the pandemic had affected many people, expanding inequality.
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The Untouchables
Bambang Hero Saharjo still remembers clearly the land and forest fires that burned Bumi Mekar Hijau’s (BMH) concession land in Ogan Komering Ilir, South Sumatra, six years ago. The fires ravaged a 20,000-hectare area. BMH, a wood supplier for Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) Sinar Mas—a business group owned....
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Coronavirus driving discrimination in Asia
The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) yesterday warned that the novel coronavirus is driving discrimination towards vulnerable communities in Asia, including migrants and foreigners. The humanitarian agency surveyed 5,000 people in Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar....
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Fairfirst Insurance among top Insurers across Asia Pacific
Fairfirst Insurance has been recognized as a top insurer to work for across the Asia Pacific. In fact, it is the only Sri Lankan Company listed in the ‘2020 Top Insurance Workplaces in Asia-Pacific’ by Insurance Business Asia. This is another global recognition for Fairfirst and comes a few months....
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Pakistan Army to participate in Turkey defense event
ANKARA (AA): Seeking to give the Turkish defense industry a stronger presence in world markets plus access to new opportunities, the sixth Defense Port Turkey expo is set for Oct. 26-28 under the name Defense Port Turkey-South Asia. This year’s expo will be held virtually due to the coronavirus....
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Top U.S. diplomat for East Asia calls China 'lawless bully'
In prepared testimony for a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing, David Stilwell said the United States was not asking other countries to choose sides, but to stand up against China’s “malign” behavior and to protect their own sovereignty and economic interests. At the same time, Stilwell said U.
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From Jordan to Morden: Family moves into a permanent Canadian home, the kid’s first day at school, and feeling safe for the first time since fleeing Iraq
Mokhles Abdulghani, his wife Hajir Saad Ghareeb and their children Razan, 6, Alwaleed, 3, and Asia, 2, arrived at their new home in Morden, Manitoba, from Jordan on August 8 . The Iraqi family lived as refugees in Amman for five years before Abdulghani was picked by the City of Morden as permanent....
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Asia travellers snap up 'flights to nowhere'
Air travel numbers are at a historic low this year, and it's forced carriers to get creative to bring in revenue. One big idea that's caught on in Asia and Australia is a so-called 'journey to nowhere'. These sightseeing trips allow travellers on a plane, fly them over landmarks, and then return to the airport they started out at.
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Gorillaz To Present Song Machine Live On LIVENow
LONDON Sept. 17, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Saturday 12 th December Asia Australia New Zealand : 20:00 JST North & South America 16:00 PST Sunday 13 th December UK, Europe Africa 19:00 GMT. TEASER TRAILER Gorill.az/livetease. Coming on 12 th and 13th December, LIVENow will host Gorillaz, broadcasting SONG MACHINE LIVE to audiences around the world.
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Embed-Chart-Virus Outbreak-Asia Pacific Cases, ADVISORY
VIRUS OUTBREAK-ASIA PACIFIC CASES — Chart. As coronavirus cases spread around the world, this digital embed tracks the overall number of reported cases in the Asia Pacific region over time. This chart will update automatically throughout each day. Source: Johns Hopkins University.
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Asia stocks slip as US Fed warns of ‘uncertain’ outlook
Asian markets mostly dropped yesterday following a broadly negative lead from Wall Street after the head of the Federal Reserve warned of an “uncertain” outlook for the US economy and stressed the need for fresh stimulus. While the central bank indicated interest rates were unlikely to begin rising....
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Sri Lanka progressed in human capital gains but can accelerate with better nutrition and learning outcomes - World Bank
The World Bank Group’s 2020 Human Capital Index, released today, finds that a child born in Sri Lanka today will be 60 percent as productive when she grows up as compared to if she enjoyed complete education and full health. This is higher than the average for South Asia region and lower middle-income countries.
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Kura Sushi goes all in on Taiwan, citing island's COVID response
TAIPEI -- Kura Sushi Asia debuted for over-the-counter trading on the Taipei Exchange Thursday, raising about $17 million that will go toward expanding its presence in Taiwan and other parts of Asia. The local unit of Japanese conveyor-belt sushi chain Kura Sushi ended the session at 108 New Taiwan dollars, 96% higher than its offering price.
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