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Former Dubai writer Stuart Turton's latest novel is a 'puzzle to solve'
Sometimes, inspiration can strike, and stick, in the strangest of places. Back in 2003, English novelist Stuart Turton was kicking around Australia’s west coast, pondering whether to continue his travels to Asia. He found himself in Perth’s Maritime Museum, ghoulishly entranced by the story of the....
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Former Dubai writer Stuart Turton's latest novel is a 'puzzle to solve'
Sometimes, inspiration can strike, and stick, in the strangest of places. Back in 2003, English novelist Stuart Turton was kicking around Australia’s west coast, pondering whether to continue his travels to Asia. He found himself in Perth’s Maritime Museum, ghoulishly entranced by the story of the....
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Foundations for China’s and Russia’s mutual trust
The following is the ninth installment of an extended report on one of the most important geopolitical developments of the 21st century: the increasingly comprehensive alliance between China and Russia and its implications for Eurasian and regional powers across the planet.
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CRF, IRRR vow to continue rice research and development cooperation
Cambodia Rice Federation (CRF) and the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) have agreed to cooperate on rice research and development aiming to promote and improve Cambodian rice sector. The agreement was made in a meeting between Mr. Song Saran, President of CRF and Mr. Yurdi Yasmi, Regional Representative of IRRI for Southeast Asia.
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Investors seek refuge in Asian stocks
Hong Kong: An expected surge in election-related volatility in the U.S. stock market is paving the way for Asian shares to make a run at besting their American peers. Since hitting an all-time low relative to the S&P 500 on Sept. 2, the MSCI Asia Pacific Index has outperformed the U.S. benchmark by almost five percentage points.
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Singapore man sentenced to prison for spying for China in US
admitted participating in an elaborate ruse under the direction of Chinese intelligence operatives that recruited unsuspecting U.S. government employees into writing reports that he said would be sent to clients in Asia. The reports were instead transmitted to the Chinese government as part of what....
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Singapore man sentenced to prison for spying for China in US
admitted participating in an elaborate ruse under the direction of Chinese intelligence operatives that recruited unsuspecting U.S. government employees into writing reports that he said would be sent to clients in Asia. The reports were instead transmitted to the Chinese government as part of what....
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Singapore man sentenced to prison for spying for China in US
admitted participating in an elaborate ruse under the direction of Chinese intelligence operatives that recruited unsuspecting U.S. government employees into writing reports that he said would be sent to clients in Asia. The reports were instead transmitted to the Chinese government as part of what....
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business The Ultimate Global Design Award is here: OPPO is looking for its next Design Master Corporate News Media-Outreach
SINGAPORE - Media OutReach - 10 October 2020 - The ever-evolving global smartphone brand OPPO , announced the launch of its global design award with a grand slam prize of $7,500 and a single highest award of $4,000. The one-of-its-kind, Seek for the Next Master -- OPPO Global Design Award, is Asia's most awaited design contest.
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business VeganBurg Launches #WorldPlantBasedBurgerDay As A Celebration Of Their 10th Anniversary PR Newswire Asia
SINGAPORE Oct. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- VeganBurg, the world's first award winning 100% plant-based burger joint, proudly celebrates their 10th anniversary today To mark this special occasion, VeganBurg has launched an official day that will be celebrated for years to come; World Plant-Based Burger....
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COVID-19 failings could set back Asian football, union boss warns
HONG KONG: Asian football risks throwing away years of progress if leagues and clubs fail to look after their players during the coronavirus pandemic, the head of the global footballers’ union has warned. Talent pools will dwindle and foreign imports will dry up if players continue to face pay cuts....
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Singapore man sentenced to prison for spying for China in US
admitted participating in an elaborate ruse under the direction of Chinese intelligence operatives that recruited unsuspecting U.S. government employees into writing reports that he said would be sent to clients in Asia. The reports were instead transmitted to the Chinese government as part of what....
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Singapore man sentenced to prison for spying for China in US
admitted participating in an elaborate ruse under the direction of Chinese intelligence operatives that recruited unsuspecting U.S. government employees into writing reports that he said would be sent to clients in Asia. The reports were instead transmitted to the Chinese government as part of what....
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FDA seizes raw egg imported mooncakes to stop diseases
Thousands of pounds of imported mooncakes were seized by federal authorities in Cincinnati as a bid to keep what is known as the fowl plague away, according to a federal release. The sweet pastries posed potential risks because of the raw eggs inside from China and or other Southwest Asian counties that are hosts to the disease, according to the U.
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PUBG offers $800,000 prize pool for Continental Series 3
The PUBG Continental Series 3 (PCS3), which is just underway with qualifying events, will pay out $800,000 total over four regional competitions, the PUBG Corporation announced on Friday. PCS3 will feature separate events for North America, Europe, Asia and Asia-Pacific.
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A tale of two yachts: Sailors in SE Asia make different pandemic choices
Getting caught overseas during a pandemic isn't all bad, but getting caught out can be terminal. Key points: Some yachties in South East Asia were forced to go to sea as COVID-19 took hold; The Whartons stayed put for safety while another couple were forced to head for Darwin; Some yachts were shot....
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The day that Japan sent a message of peace to the world with its post-atomic bomb Olympics
This October 10 marks 56 years since the cauldron was lit by Yoshinori Sakai, a 19-year-old boy born near Hiroshima two hours after the United States destroyed that city. The Olympic Games Tokyo 1964, the first to be carried out in Asia, are considered the catalyst for Japan’s rebirth after World....
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Imran Malik
The Afghanistan-Pakistan Region (APR), a subset of the South-Central Asian Region (SCAR), is undergoing a colossal paradigm shift. Massive changes are afoot which will redefine the domestic politics of Afghanistan and transform the geopolitical contours of the SCAR-APR. The Afghan endgame is now ...
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Imran Malik Reinventing the Af-Pak region
The Afghanistan-Pakistan Region (APR), a subset of the South-Central Asian Region (SCAR), is undergoing a colossal paradigm shift. Massive changes are afoot which will redefine the domestic politics of Afghanistan and transform the geopolitical contours of the SCAR-APR.
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October 10, 2020 Rising Poverty
According to the World Bank (WB), South Asia is seeing the worst recession given the economic drawbacks of fighting a pandemic. According to the international body, Pakistan has experienced a sharp increase in its rates of povertya phenomenon which will continue to intensify for the coming two years at least.
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A tale of two yachts: Sailors in SE Asia make different pandemic choices
Getting caught overseas during a pandemic isn't all bad, but getting caught out can be terminal. Key points: Some yachties in South East Asia were forced to go to sea as COVID-19 took hold; The Whartons stayed put for safety while another couple were forced to head for Darwin; Some yachts were shot....
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DBP extends P5.7-B loan to Steel Asia unit
The Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) provided a P5.7-billion long-term loan to Compostela Steel Inc. (CSI) for its construction of the biggest steel-making facility in Compostela town, Cebu province. In a statement on Thursday, the state-run lender said that under the loan agreement, the....
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PwC Singapore launches scheme to help foreign startups enter South-east Asia
Singapore. PWC Singapore has launched a five-day programme to help foreign startups expand into South-east Asia. The Scale Programme will include hands-on masterclasses, mentorship and networking sessions, said PwC in a statement on Friday. Patrick Yeo, PwC Singapore's...
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MacGregor receives over USD 10 million crane order for four general cargo ships
MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has secured an order to provide cargo handling cranes for four 62,000 dwt general cargo ships to be built in Asia. The order is booked into Cargotec’s third quarter 2020 order intake, with deliveries planned to commence during the third quarter of 2021 and completed during the first quarter of 2022.
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Asia-Pacific tankers’ freight outlook weak for Q4 on poor demand
Asia-Pacific tankers’ freight will likely remain weak during the final quarter of 2020 due to subdued demand and even the usual Northern Hemisphere winter and floating storage is unlikely to provide significant support. According to market participants S&P Global Platts spoke with in Seoul, Tokyo,....
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Points of Progress: States ban shark fin trafficking, and more
Fins harvested from as many as 73 million sharks every year end up in soups considered a delicacy in East Asia, according to WildAid, although the practice is declining. Federal law makes it illegal to harvest fins from live sharks, but individual states can still govern how that law is interpreted in the fishing business.
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