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3 islands will be built off the coast of Malaysia and connected using autonomous vehicles — see the plans for 'BiodiverCity'

BiodiverCity Penang South Islands. Bjarke Ingels Group Three islands will be built in Penang, Malaysia to serve as cultural, business, and residential hubs.Transportation on the island will consist of autonomous boats, vehicles, and air travel, leaving the 4,500 planned acres car-free and pedestrian friendly. The project is a part of the Penang2030 initiative that's centered around greener living while improving the state's quality of life, household income levels, and "civic participation....
Tags: Transportation, Trends, Autonomous, Malaysia, Penang, Bjarke Ingels Group, Laguna, Penang Malaysia, Ernst, Brittany Chang, BITranspo, CT Visual Features, BiodiverCity, BiodiverCity Penang South Islands Bjarke Ingels, Penang South Islands, Hijjas Knight Frank


Malaysia: Why Labuan IBFC For Professional Service Providers - Labuan IBFC Inc

Labuan International Business and Financial Centre (Labuan IBFC), Malaysia, through our internationally recognised yet business-friendly legal framework...
Tags: News, Malaysia, Professional Service Providers Labuan IBFC Inc


Malaysia: Malaysian Court of Appeal grants pre-emptive non-infringement declaration under the Own Name doctrine - Spruson & Ferguson

The decision provides commercial certainty and upholds integrity to use one's personal name or identity in their trade.
Tags: News, Malaysia, Ferguson, Malaysian Court of Appeal


Malaysia: Islamic Finance To Be The Fulcrum Of Labuan's Inclusive Future - Labuan IBFC Inc

At 1.7 billion people, the global Muslim population represents over 23 percent of the world population. With Islam being one of the fastest growing major religions in the world
Tags: News, Malaysia, Labuan, Labuan IBFC Inc


Covid-19: World's top latex glove maker shuts factories

Malaysia's Top Glove will close more than half of its plants after a surge in virus cases.
Tags: Health, Malaysia, Top Glove


Latex glove maker shuts factories after infections

Malaysia's Top Glove will close more than half of its plants after a surge in virus cases.
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Covid-19: World's top latex glove maker shuts factories

Malaysia's Top Glove will close more than half of its plants after a surge in virus cases.
Tags: Business, Malaysia, Top Glove


Nóra Quoirin death: Intruding 'not impossible', resort owner says

Nóra Quoirin, who had special needs, died after disappearing from an eco-resort in Malaysia in 2019.
Tags: UK, News, Malaysia, Nora Quoirin


This Week In Trailers: Death of a Ladies Man, Canvas, Assassins, The Surgeon’s Cut, The Ripper

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week, we lose our minds, talk to a doc, jet on over to Malaysia to kill our brother, try to solve a murder mystery in England, and see wh...
Tags: England, Movies, Indonesia, North Korea, Uncategorized, Ireland, This Week In Trailers, Malaysia, Miami, Movie Trailers, Vietnam, Jfk, Pixar, Assassins, Leonard Cohen, Charlotte


Australia's delivery deaths: the riders who never made it and the families left behind

Three food delivery riders recently died on the job, and their families are left with uncertain futures, and many questions Chow Khai Shien died three days before the Melbourne lockdown lifted, holding someone else’s food.He had been in Australia for five years, having arrived from Malaysia at the age of 31. First he was a student, then a chef, working part-time in a restaurant inside a casino. When the pandemic descended, like many other people around the world, he turned to food delivery – fer...
Tags: Australia, China, Australia news, Malaysia, Sydney, Australian trade unions, Melbourne, Gig Economy, Chow Khai Shien


Malaysia-based inventory management platform Food Market Hub raises $4 million from Go-Ventures, SIG

Food Market Hub co-founders Anthony See and Shayna Teh Many restaurants still rely on spreadsheets to track their inventory of produce, meat and other ingredients. But using manual methods often results in food wastage and higher costs. Malaysia-based Food Market Hub is a cloud-based platform that connects food and beverage (F&B) outlets directly to suppliers, making it easier to communicate and manage orders. The startup announced today it has closed a Series A round of $4 million from Go-Ventu...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Asia, Indonesia, Restaurants, Southeast Asia, Singapore, Supply Chain Management, Tech, Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia, Yc, Gojek, FB


How 5-year-old startup Shopee is leading e-commerce growth in Southeast Asia

Photo Illustration by Rafael Henrique/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images The value of Southeast Asia's e-commerce sector is estimated at $38 billion and is on track to surpass $150 billion by 2025. Founded in 2015, Singapore-based Shopee is the region's leading e-commerce platform by monthly active users The company has built its business on a mobile-first strategy that reflects high mobile internet usage in the region Shopee is investing in digital inclusion to help n...
Tags: Google, Ecommerce, Asia, Southeast Asia, Singapore, Trends, Sea, Thailand, Malaysia, Retail, Michael O Neill, Vietnam, Bain, Digital Inclusion, Bain and Company, Shopee


China and 14 Asia-Pacific countries agree historic free trade deal

Signing of RCEP unites nations totalling 2.2 billion people and covers 28% of global tradeThe leaders of China and another 14 countries in the Asia-Pacific region have signed one of the biggest free trade deals in history, covering 2.2 billion people and 30% of the world’s economic output.The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) was signed over a video link on Sunday after eight years of negotiations. Continue reading...
Tags: South Korea, Business, Japan, Indonesia, China, India, International Trade, World news, Australia news, Joe Biden, Thailand, Asia Pacific, Philippines, Malaysia, New Zealand, Donald Trump


Malaysia: The "Reynolds Public Interest Defence" And S.4 Of The UK Defamation Act 2013 - SKRINE

The Reynolds privilege is concerned to provide a proper degree of protection for responsible journalism when reporting matters of public concern.
Tags: News, Malaysia, Skrine, Reynolds Public Interest Defence


The Plane: Lionsgate Exits Gerard Butler-Led Action Film

The Plane: Lionsgate Exits Gerard Butler-Led Action Film According to Deadline, Lionsgate has officially decided to exit director Christian Gudegast’s Gerard Butler-led action film titled The Plane, after a year since successfully acquiring it at the American Film Market. The studio was forced to let go of the big project due to failing to obtain a pandemic insurance for its production that was supposed to start filming in Malaysia last month. RELATED: Night Has Fallen: Millennium Sets Up Ne...
Tags: London, Movies, Lionsgate, Malaysia, Gerard Butler, Butler, Alan Siegel, Movie News, Marc Butan, MadRiver Pictures, Christian Gudegast, Mark Vahradian, Charles Cumming, CAA Media Finance, The Plane, Lionsgate Exits Gerard Butler Led Action Film


Nora Quoirin inquest: father says teenager had no survival instinct

Sebastien Quoirin challenges suggestions Nora roamed jungle after going missing in MalaysiaThe father of a London teenager whose body was found in a Malaysian jungle has said his daughter had no survival instinct and was not capable of walking alone through such slippery, hazardous terrain.Sebastien Quoirin, whose daughter Nora, 15, went missing while on a family holiday at an eco-resort last year, rejected police suggestions that she had simply climbed out of her bedroom window and wandered off...
Tags: London, UK News, World news, Asia Pacific, Malaysia, Nora, Nora Quoirin, Sebastien Quoirin


Father says he heard "muffled noise" before teen girl vanished in Malaysia jungle

Nora Quoirin was found dead last year near a Malaysian jungle resort after vanishing on a holiday.
Tags: Malaysia, Nora Quoirin


Dad: Teen, found dead in Malaysia, couldn't survive jungle

The father of a French-Irish teenager who was found dead last year near a Malaysian jungle resort after vanishing on a holiday said Thursday that his daughter would not have had the stamina or instinct to survive for days in the jungle. Sebastien Quoirin told an inquest into Nora Anne Quoirin’s death that the condition of the 15-year-old's body also didn’t support the police theory that she ventured out of the family's cottage on her own, walked and hid in the forest.
Tags: News, Malaysia, Nora Anne Quoirin, Sebastien Quoirin


Nóra Quoirin death: Mother heard voice in chalet, inquest told

Nóra Quoirin and her family were staying at a jungle resort in Malaysia when she went missing.
Tags: News, Malaysia, Nora Quoirin


Nóra Quoirin death: Mother heard voices in chalet, inquest told

Nóra Quoirin and her family were staying at a jungle resort in Malaysia when she went missing.
Tags: UK, News, Malaysia, Nora Quoirin


Coronavirus live news: world war a risk in wake of pandemic, says UK defence chief; 16,017 new infections in Germany

Economic fallout of pandemic makes prospect of third world war ‘a risk’; Covid-related deaths in France exceeds 40,000 for the first time; number of cases in Germany increases by 16,017US confirms more than 126,000 Covid cases in new recordUK test and trace needs radical reform, experts sayCould a Covid vaccine bring back normality?Follow all our coronavirus coverage 11.00am GMT In Malaysia there have been 852 new cases and 4 new deaths in Malaysia recorded. Status Terkini COVID-19 Di Malays...
Tags: Europe, UK, France, Germany, UK News, Australia news, US news, Infectious Diseases, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Denmark, Sabah, Borneo, Selangor, Kelantan, Sarawak


Urological Cancer Trust Fund / Universiti Malaya: Only Men Can

‘Only Men Can’ is a campaign that raises awareness for prostate cancer. It talks about the importance of prostate health, the risks and symptoms of prostate cancer, and encourages the early detection of prostate cancer help save our men. The campaign aims to halve the number of newly-diagnosed advanced prostate cancer cases in Malaysia, from over 60% in 2020 to 30% by 2025 by increasing national awareness about prostate cancer, enhancing the competency of our healthcare profes...
Tags: Advertising, Malaysia, Urological Cancer Trust Fund Universiti Malaya


Nine-year-old Malaysian boy beats 900 rivals in Nasa competition to design a space toilet

For most nine-year-olds, studying toilets and the mechanics of bodily functions leads to nothing more than fits of giggles. Not for Zyson Kang, who has beaten nearly 1,000 other young inventors in a global contest to design a toilet for use in space. Zyson, from Malaysia, won top prize in the junior section of Nasa's "Lunar Loo Challenge". The challenge was to come up with a toilet that could work in both simulated gravity on space stations and lunar gravity on the moon's surface. Crucia...
Tags: News, Nasa, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Zyson Kang, Zyson, Chong Soo Sheong


When You Can Pre-Order the iPhone 12 Mini, iPhone 12 Pro Max and HomePod Mini in Every Time Zone

Pre-orders for the iPhone 12 mini, the iPhone 12 Pro Max, and the HomePod mini are set to begin on Friday, November 6 at 5:00 a.m. Pacific Time, which is the launch time that Apple has been using since last year. Apple is planning to make the new devices available in multiple countries around the world simultaneously, so we've made a guide to let MacRumors readers know when pre-orders will in their country. Pre-orders are launching in more than 50 countries and regions. Honolulu, Hawaii ...
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Financial experts say the shift from cash to real-time payments in Asia has accelerated, but the real challenge will be connecting those infrastructures across borders

Ari Sarker, co-president, Asia Pacific, Mastercard Mastercard RTPs are a critical element of nation building in the region, in particular around increased digital and financial inclusion India is global leader in RTPs, with 41 million transactions per day, closely followed by China While domestic RTP systems are growing across almost all Asian countries, cross border payments remain a challenge Business Insider has named some notable leaders transforming finance in Asia....
Tags: Asia, South Korea, Indonesia, Finance, China, Southeast Asia, Singapore, India, Trends, Thailand, Asia Pacific, Philippines, Malaysia, Michael O Neill, The Philippines, Mastercard


Coronavirus live news: Greece orders new three-week national lockdown as Covid cases rise

New restrictions in Greece take effect on Saturday; nations including Russia, Poland, and Switzerland see record case rises; Cyprus introduces night-time curfew Denmark plans to cull 15m mink over Covid mutation fearsChina bans non-Chinese arrivals from UK as England enters lockdownUS sets record for daily new cases average one day after electionRussia, Poland, Austria, Switzerland see record daily casesUK coronavirus updates – live 10.26am GMT Ireland has started to suppress Covid-19 and ha...
Tags: Europe, UK, England, Science, Greece, UK News, World news, Australia news, Cyprus, US news, Ireland, Infectious Diseases, Malaysia, Switzerland, Denmark, Russia Poland


Edmund Yeo Makes In-Person Tokyo Festival Visit for ‘Malu’ Premiere

Due to ongoing travel restrictions, overseas guests have been in short supply at this year’s Tokyo International Film Festival. Malaysia’s Edmund Yeo is a rare exception. The filmmaker endured two-week quarantine in order to attend the world premiere of his “Malu,” a film which tracks a long-lasting discord between beautiful sisters, and unfolds in Malaysia […]
Tags: Asia, News, Global, Malaysia, Festivals, Tokyo, Directors, Tokyo International Film Festival, Malu, Edmund Yeo


Malaysia Sends Art House Horror Film ‘Soul’ to the Oscars

Malaysia has selected art-house horror film “Soul” (aka “Roh”) as its contender in the Academy Awards best international feature film section. Set in an indeterminate period in the past, the film tells the story of the arrival a small girl who brings ominous predictions and strange incidents to a poor family living in a forest. […]
Tags: Asia, News, Awards, Global, Soul, Malaysia, Academy Awards, Emir Ezwan


Iran to send gamers to Israel for international e-sports competition

Other countries without ties with Israel such as Indonesia and Malaysia have also expressed interest in coming, should they qualify in...
Tags: Indonesia, Israel, Iran, Malaysia


Malaysia: Are You Too Cool To Pool? - SKRINE

The year 2020 has been a challenging one, not just for us as Malaysians, but for mankind across the world.
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