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Forbes Asia’s 100 Digital Stars
Asia-Pacific’s Most Influential Celebrities on Social Media. F orbes Asia ’s inaugural 100 Digital Stars list highlights 100 singers, bands, and film and TV stars from across the Asia-Pacific region who have taken the digital world by storm. With their powerful social media presence, these....
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VOA Asia for Tuesday December 8
This program has ended and is being processed for playback. Opposition to Rohingya refugee relocation. A key election remains in the United States. Cooling COVID. Social media creates social divide. Restoring dignity. The joy of riding a horse.
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Artists from Asia and the Caribbean explore networking opportunities for creating new cultural values Article 12/7/2020
Artists from Asia and the Caribbean explore networking opportunities for creating new cultural values. “In art, the journey is as important as a result!” This was one of the main ideas shared during the International Creative Exchange Caribbean (ICEC) 2020 Online –the Asia Connection event, which took place on 27 and 28 November.
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Report on civil liberties in Asia shows key fundamental freedoms of expression in Malaysia ‘obstructed’ in 2020
A report by a global research collaboration showed that civil society and fundamental freedoms in Malaysia are ‘obstructed’ in 2020. — Picture by Hari Anggara. KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 8 — Civil society and fundamental freedoms in Asia took a bashing during the pandemic, a report by a global research collaboration showed.
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Bangkok scores well in fit-out survey
Bangkok ranked the seventh most affordable office market to fit out in Asia-Pacific at US$713 or 21,390 baht per square metre, 170% less expensive than Tokyo, the most expensive, according to property consultant JLL Thailand. Stephen Taylor, managing director of project and development services,....
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AirAsia ‘quietly optimistic’ about 2021 with focus on Asean
AirAsia Group is focusing on expanding its base in Southeast Asia and is in discussions about starting three new airlines in the region, chief executive officer Tony Fernandes said in an interview on Bloomberg Television. Fernandes expects air travel to return to pre-Covid levels in the next six to 12 months.
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Ministries prepare marijuana tour
The Tourism and Sports and Public Health ministries are ready to launch the first medical marijuana tour in Southeast Asia next year as they finalised a draft programme for plantations across Thailand. The goal of the tour is to increase awareness of marijuana for medical purposes and inform those....
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Commentary: Parts of Asia will miss Donald Trump’s tough China policy
CLAREMONT, California: As Joe Biden prepares to assume the US presidency, there is much unease and ambiguity about America’s traditional role as the Asia-Pacific’s security guarantor. As much as President Donald Trump’s time in office was challenging for partners, many Asian states appreciated his....
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Forbes Asia’s 100 Digital Stars
Asia-Pacific’s Most Influential Celebrities on Social Media. F orbes Asia ’s inaugural 100 Digital Stars list highlights 100 singers, bands, and film and TV stars from across the Asia-Pacific region who have taken the digital world by storm. With their powerful social media presence, these....
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Argus launches Asia and US West Coast SAF prices
In Singapore, Argus has launched the first renewable diesel and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) prices for Asia as well for US west coast markets . These prices are designed to meet the growing need for greater transparency in renewable fuel markets as countries in the region seek to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
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Asian Development Bank approves $2.5M technical assistance for Indian advanced biofuels
In the Philippines, the Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a $2.5 million technical assistance (TA) to support advanced biofuel development in India . The grant is funded from the Asia Clean Energy Fund, financed by the Government of Japan under the Clean Energy Financing Partnership....
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Report on civil liberties in Asia shows key fundamental freedoms of expression in Malaysia ‘obstructed’ in 2020
A report by a global research collaboration showed that civil society and fundamental freedoms in Malaysia are ‘obstructed’ in 2020. — Picture by Hari Anggara. KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 8 — Civil society and fundamental freedoms in Asia took a bashing during the pandemic, a report by a global research collaboration showed.
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Afghan President terms PM’s visit as milestone in cementing ties
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has termed the recent visit of Prime Minister Imran Khan to Afghanistan as an important milestone in strengthening bilateral ties between the two countries. The Afghan president expressed these views during the 19th Ministerial conference of Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation virtually held on Monday.
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Major container forwarders split on merits of chartering ships
That DHL Global Forwarding is considering chartering ships for container customers shows the extent to which the extended peak season has soaked up container capacity out of Asia into Europe and North America. Please log in below to view the rest of this page. If you do not have an account, please register or subscribe below for access.
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Breakdancing clears final hurdle for spot in Paris 2024 Games
Considered one of the pillars of hip-hop culture, breaking, as participants prefer to call it, originated in New York in the 1970s and has spread globally, enjoying enormous popularity beyond the United States and particularly across Europe and Asia. A 2019 Olympic Programme Commission Report....
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Panama Canal Authority to consider adding additional booking slots for LNG tankers
The Panama Canal Authority may add additional reserved LNG transit slots in the future to address the increase in US exports via the shortest route from the Gulf Coast to the key East Asia import market, the agency said Dec. 4. Delays of up to more than a week for LNG tankers passing through without....
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RCEP: Sri Lanka’s latest Asia-centric conundrum
The formation of the world’s largest regional trade bloc the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) in November 2020 on Sri Lanka’s doorstep raises fresh questions about how the country will navigate its most recent Asia-centric re-positioning.
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CAREC Endorses Long-Term Strategy to Promote Safe, Sustainable, and Inclusive Tourism
Ministers and senior officials from the 11 member countries of the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) Program have endorsed a new long-term strategy to promote safe, sustainable, and inclusive tourism development in the region, and enhance its attractiveness as a competitive tourism destination globally.
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Asia Pacific Cyber Security Industry Report 2017-2030 by [..]
To illustrate historical trends, total retail sales & total production for following segments are provided in annual series from 2017 to 2030. A sample PDF of the report is available at:- bit.ly/2VKvr4z APAC Cyber Security Market Segmentation Asia-Pacific (APAC) cyber security Market is segmented on....
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MIL-OSI Europe: Central Asia: Online Economic Forum “EU-Central Asia Dialogue on Partnership for Prosperity”
On 7 December, the online Economic Forum “EU-Central Asia Dialogue on Partnership for Prosperity” took place, organised by the EU Special Representative for Central Asia. The virtual Forum brought together high-level representatives of the European Commission, Deputy Prime Ministers and Ministers of....
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MIL-OSI Asia-Pac: President Tsai receives International Pioneer Award for Leadership and delivers video speech 2020-12-04 Office...
President Tsai Ing-wen received the International Pioneer Award for Leadership from the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) at about 7:00 a.m. local time today (December 3, around 6:00 p.m. US EST) and delivered a speech via video. The ALEC’s inaugural award was given to former British....
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Why M-16 Rifle Was So Hard for the U.S. Army to Shake
The M-16’s poor showing in Southeast Asia prompted a slew of upgrades to help keep the guns working—and troops alive. In the early 1970s, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency worked on a “Low Maintenance Rifle” concept—or LMR. DARPA thought the new weapon could be a replacement for the troubled M-16 rifle.
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Impact of Covid 19 on Sustainable Development in Pakistan
The coronavirus COVID 19 is a much more than a health crisis after World War Two both at national and international levels. It is an ongoing political, social, economic and military crisis, which is and will leave deep scars worldwide. It was emerged in Asia last year and later it spread to all continents except Antarctica.
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Major Dr Muhammad Ali
The coronavirus COVID 19 is a much more than a health crisis after World War Two both at national and international levels. It is an ongoing political, social, economic and military crisis, which is and will leave deep scars worldwide. It was emerged in Asia last year and later it spread to all....
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Indonesia Receives 1.2 Million Doses of China’s Sinovac COVID-19 Vaccine
JAKARTA – Indonesia, which is fighting the worst coronavirus outbreak in Southeast Asia, has received the first shipment of 1.2 million doses of China manufactured COVID-19 Sinovac vaccine. President Joko Widodo said in a televised speech on Sunday night that the country was preparing for a massive....
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Oil from US-sanctioned sellers becoming less taboo in Asia
Asia’s biggest oil importers are testing the waters in the hope that the incoming administration of US President-elect Joe Biden will set the stage for a resumption in crude exports from Iran and Venezuela. Indian Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said last week the country would like to buy from more....
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