Wednesday, 20/9/2017 | 5:28 UTC+8
  • Japan-South-Korea
    Korean residents in Osaka file complaint against hate speech

    OSAKA —An Osaka-based group of Korean residents filed a complaint with the city of Osaka against those who posted footage of hate speech rallies and offensive comments online. The move comes as Japan’s first ordinance to deter racist propaganda came into effect the same day, enabling the city of Osaka to publicly disclose on its

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  • sg01
    Singapore bank UOB suspends London property loans – Brexit

    One of Singapore’s largest lenders, UOB, says it has suspended its loan programme for London properties. The decision comes in response to uncertainty caused by the UK’s decision to leave the EU, the bank said. The vote on 23 June caused global market turmoil and pushed the pound to 31-year lows. The Singapore dollar has

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  • baidu03
    Chinese Internet Giant Baidu plan to commercialise driverless car on 2021

    China’s internet-search giant Baidu is planning to mass produce driverless electric cars in five years, bringing the fight to Google and Apple . The company, which currently holds 80% of the internet-search market in China, will not manufacture the cars itself. Instead, it will outsource the actual production to an existing Chinese automaker, in the same

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  • t3
    British former solider was found dead in Thailand

    A Ladyboy sex worker has been quizzed by police after a British former solider was found dead in Thailand while visiting his daughter. Steve Balfour, 35, was last seen on May 14 in the busy resort of Pattaya near to where his Thai ex-wife lives with his six-year-old daughter, Georgina. His body was found in a room

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  • Alibaba02
    Alibaba predicts sales will rise 48 percent ending march 2017

    HONG KONG, June 15 — Alibaba Group Holding Ltd said that revenue growth will accelerate this fiscal year as China’s largest e-commerce company provided its first financial forecast since going public in 2014. The company predicts sales will rise at least 48 per cent in the year ending March 2017 as it pushes into new markets

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  • Smart Phone
    Ground-level traffic lights for Australian

    SYDNEY — Ground-level traffic lights for pedestrians constantly looking down at smartphones are set to be trialled in Sydney as Australian authorities seek to drive down the road death toll. It comes amid alarm about rising road fatalities this year, with officials launching the “Towards Zero” advertising campaign this week to increase awareness about accident

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  • Google Images
    North Korean Hacked Into South Korean Computer

    North Korea hacked into more than 140,000 computers at 160 South Korean firms and government agencies, planting malicious code under a long-term plan laying groundwork for a massive cyber attack against its rival, police in the South said on Monday. South Korea has been on heightened alert against cyber attacks by the North after Pyongyang

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