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International students thank Taiwan with food for the homeless
Taipei, Sept. 6 (CNA) A monthly free food distribution program initiated by a group of international students from Southeast Asia is allowing them to serve the community in return for the education that Taiwan has given them, Vietnamese religious leaders said this week.
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Weekly review: Bulls dominate as PSX shoots past 42,000
KARACHI: Bulls charged at Asia’s best stock market as the KSE-100 powered past the 42,000 level in the outgoing week to finish with a gain of 967 points or 2.4%. Interest in cyclical and side board sectors kept the market buoyant as investor participation remained strong.
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Jack Ma to the rescue: Promises to deliver masks, test kits etc to 10...
Alibaba founder Jack Ma has pledged to donate emergency medical supplies to 10 countries to help them deal with the coronavirus pandemic. Focusing on delivering 1.8 million masks, 210,000 test kits, 36,000 protective suits, ventilator and thermometers across Asia, Ma tweeted that they will be....
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Asia Today: Melbourne Lockdown To Stay; 8 Charged For Rally
MELBOURNE, Australia: The premier of Australia’s Victoria state announced a slight easing of restrictions in Melbourne but the country’s second-largest city will remain in lockdown until at least Oct. 26. State police charged a protester with assault after an officer suffered cuts to the head during an anti-lockdown rally in Melbourne on Saturday.
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Asia Today: Melbourne lockdown to stay; 8 charged for rally
This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. To order presentation-ready copies of Toronto Star content for distribution to colleagues, clients or customers, or inquire about permissions/licensing, please go to: MELBOURNE, Australia - The premier of Australia’s Victoria state announced a....
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Escobar: India Implodes Its Own New Silk Road
There was a time when New Delhi was proudly selling the notion of establishing its own New Silk Road – from the Gulf of Oman to the intersection of Central and South Asia – to compete with China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). Now it looks like the Indians have stabbed themselves in the back.
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Pinay singers, Southeast Asian female stars sanib-pwersa para sa ‘Heal’; hindi nagpabayad ng TF
. MAGSASAMA-SAMA sa unang pagkakataon ang mga Pinoy singers at kilalang performers mula sa iba’t ibang bahagi ng Asia para sa isang bonggang collaboration. Makakasama nina Jayda, Jona, Kyla, KZ Tandingan, Lesha, Moira dela Torre at Xela ang mga Asian stars na sina Rinni Wulandari at Yura Yunita ng....
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Jakarta running out of cemetery space as COVID-19 burials increase
A worker prepares new graves for Covid-19 victims at the Pondok Ranggon cemetery in Jakarta. REUTERS via The Straits Times/Asia News Network. JAKARTA — East Jakarta’s Pondok Ranggon cemetery expects to run out of space for Covid-19 graves in October because of the recent increase in the number of burials.
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Asia Pacific / Politics China says Czech visit to Taiwan harmed its sovereignty
Prague – The Chinese Embassy in Prague on Saturday condemned this week’s visit to Taiwan by a Czech delegation as “a serious infringement on China’s national sovereignty.” A delegation of about 90 Czech politicians, entrepreneurs, scientists and journalists led by Senate speaker Milos Vystrcil visited Taiwan from Aug.
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Australia Hunts for ‘Global Super Talent’ as Rule-of-Law in Hong Kong Collapses
A new taskforce will spearhead a global campaign to lure leading talent and businesses to Australia, capitalising on the post-COVID business landscape and Hong Kong ’s radically changed legal framework. Australia’s low virus infection rate, its democratic system, lifestyle, and proximity to Asia,....
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Regional moot discusses impacts of Covid-19
The 35th session of the Regional Conference for Asia and the Pacific (APRC 35), organized by Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of United Nations concluded successfully at Bhutan. The conference aimed at regional priorities and pressing issues such as Covid-19, the state of agriculture, natural....
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'B'luru is cocaine's transit point for S Asia'
BENGALURU: Gone are the days when ganja was druggers’ most lethal dope. Cocaine, more sinister and costlier, has taken over the party scene, stealing a march on its more popular rival, thanks to growing nightlife destinations. According to home department officials, cocaine use in Karnataka has....
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Upcoming trends for online shopping
As I keep receiving requests from my dear Omani readers to talk more about e-commerce, I came across a really interesting report recently published by Google that describes consumer behaviours in Southeast Asia in 2019 and 2020. Gathering those diverse data, I am attempting to take a snapshot projection of the upcoming global trends.
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Auctioned transaction at Kunming flower market up 12.1 pct
KUNMING, Sept. 6 (Xinhua) -- A total of 6.95 million stems of flowers were transacted Saturday via the electronic auction services of the Kunming Dounan Flower Market, Asia's largest fresh cut flower trading market, up 12.1 percent from Friday. The data were provided by the Kunming International....
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3 new COVID-19 cases, 9 recoveries among Filipinos abroad—DFA
MANILA, Philippines—The Department of Foreign Affairs recorded three new active cases of COVID-19 among Filipinos living abroad, the agency announced Saturday. The three new cases were from Asia and the Pacific, but the region also saw nine new recoveries together with the Americas. There was one recorded death in the Middle East/Africa.
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Asia Pacific / Social Issues The Buddhist nun challenging misogyny in Myanmar
Yangon, Myanmar – In a society where a popular saying urges women to “regard her son as her master and her husband as her god,” Buddhist nun Ketumala is already an outlier. The 40-year-old walked away from traditional expectations of marriage and children as a teenager, and has instead spent more....
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Asia Pacific Thai students seeking reforms debate education minister
BANGKOK – Round 2 of a dialogue between Thailand’s education minister and high school students seeking radical reforms took place Saturday, with a robust though mostly polite exchange of views but no resolution. What had been billed by the students as a debate with Education Minister Nataphol....
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business Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation Responses to Media on the U.S. Government's Consideration to Add the Company to a Trade Blacklist PR Newswire Asia
SHANGHAI Sept. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Reuters reported Friday, September 4 (EST), citing a Defense Department official that the Trump administration is considering whether to add China's top chipmaker SMIC to a trade blacklist. SMIC solemnly declares that the Company, a public company listed on the....
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Entertainment 7 mins ago Milk Tea Alliance Steps Up Campaign to Boycott Disney’s Mulan Activists in Hong Kong, Thailand and Taiwan have revived their calls to boycott the new live action movie “Mulan.” by...
Activists in Hong Kong, Thailand and Taiwan have revived their calls to boycott the new live action movie “Mulan.” by Disney. The Disney blockbuster movie opened on Friday in cinemas in many Asian countries including Thailand. The campaign first erupted last year, when the film’s lead actress Liu Yifei expressed support for Hong Kong police.
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September 06, 2020 Save Manchhar Lake
The condition of Manchhar, the largest freshwater lake in Asia, started worsening almost two decades ago. The government at the time decided to drain saline water to the Arabian Sea. The construction of two projects, Right Bank Outfall Drain RBOD & Main Nara Valley (MNV) drain, started. The RBOD project is a long faltered one.
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News Asia 4 mins ago Covid-19 Lockdown Anger Boils Over as Protests Erupt in Australia Police across Australia have arrested protesters as hundreds of people joined demonstrations against covid-19 restrictions. Earlier on Saturday it was...
Police across Australia have arrested protesters as hundreds of people joined demonstrations against covid-19 restrictions. Earlier on Saturday it was unclear how many people would be attending Melbourne ‘s protests. Some anti-covid-19 lockdown groups also shifted to online events However, hundreds....
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Activists urge boycotts of Disney’s ‘Mulan’ after actress favors Hong Kong police
The live-action film version of Disney’s “ Mulan ” is facing renewed boycott calls from Asian activists. Thai and Taiwanese activists have joined Hong Kong protestors fighting for democratic reform who first raised the call for boycotts of the film last year, after its Chinese-born star sided with....
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Newly declassified White House tapes reveal ex-U.S. president Nixon’s hatred towards Indians
Newly declassified White House tapes disclose former US president Richard Nixon speaking disparagingly about Indians and reveal the bigotry he and his national security adviser Henry Kissinger held that influenced U.S. policy toward India and South Asia under his presidency.
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Volleyball made Maedeh Borhani a better person
The Iranian men’s team has established itself as one of international volleyball's leading powers and is renowned for producing superstars Saeid Marouf and Seyed Mohammad Mousavi. Now the country's women are starting to make their way to the forefront of Asian volleyball.
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Foreign Investors Pour Into India Stocks Despite Sinking Economy
International buyers plowed a net $6 billion into shares in Asia’s third-largest economy in August, the most since March last year. That’s as all other markets in the region excluding China suffered net withdrawals during the month. Part of it is a bet that Indian equities will play catch-up after....
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Colombo Port City could be financial hub of South Asia
Sri Lanka would be provided an opportunity to be the financial hub of the South Asian region once the Colombo Port City is in place. In such a situation even if all the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) members available in Sri Lanka are employed there, it would not be enough to man it and they would need more (accountants).
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