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BEIJING: The State Grid Corporation of China said on Monday (Sep 27) it would take comprehensive measures to ensure people had enough power and would seek to avoid power cuts. The statement comes as a worsening power shortage, which has impacted manufacturers in key industrial hubs in the east and south fo
China State Grid vows to ensure people's basic power supply
China has THREE TOKOMAK FUSION REACTORS in operation. How many you think other nations have their genius. 1 in U.K., 1 in Denmark, 1 in France. THATS IT. Try not making dunce statements like: “Pinocchio said same”. Because you’re limited knowledge speaks volumes.
one of three major domestic tokamaks now in operation in China — Clean limitless energy. They can and they will. You were saying dunce Pinocchio. KNOW THE FACTS. 😆😂
China leads planet in renewables. So they can and will. Got that dunce Pinocchio. Look in the mirror. 🤣Again KNOW THE FACTS.
You were saying there Pinocchio genius? Again know the facts. China is and will. Some people still living in past centuries. Hello, it’s the 21st century. Know the facts.
You were saying Pinocchio 🤣😂👍🏻 Knis the facts before you open your mouth.
“X’Ho. Age: Forever 27 (the real age is none of anyone’s business)”.
JUST IN: Veteran radio DJ and pop culture personality Chris Ho dies of stomach cancer RIP
heatherchen_ So sad. RIP Chris.
Omg! RIP Chris Ho 🙏🏼
TORONTO: Canada\u0027s \u0022eyes are wide open\u0022 when it comes to normalising its relationship with China, Foreign Minister Marc Garneau said on Sunday (Sep 26), two days after the release of a Huawei executive following almost three years of house arrest in Vancouver. Huawei Technologies Chief Financial Officer Men
Canada foreign minister says eyes wide open when it comes to normalising China ties
tweet4852 ugly witch of huawei
Canada's fault in the first place
SINGAPORE — The Government is ramping up resources in order to prepare for the possibility of more than 5,000 new Covid-19 infections a day, of which about 10 per cent, or 500 people, may need to be warded for at least a week, Finance Minister Lawrence Wong said on Monday (Sept 27).
Singapore preparing to deal with ‘5,000 new Covid-19 cases a day or maybe more’: Lawrence Wong
Old People vaccinated are dying at hospital
If Singapore reaches 5,000 cases daily, that would mean hospitals will need to take in 500 people who will need stays of at least a week, said Minister Lawrence Wong, co-chair of the ministerial task force on Covid-19.
Stay strong , SG. Get this virus under control and turn it into a normal cold
TAIPEI: Taiwan needs to have long-range, accurate weapons in order to properly deter a China that is rapidly developing its systems to attack the island, Defence Minister Chiu Kuo-cheng said on Monday (Sep 27). Taiwan this month proposed extra defence spending of almost US$9 billion over the next five year
Taiwan says it needs long-range weapons to deter China
Kick backs from buying scrap metals
everyone knows it!
SINGAPORE: Ten people were taken to Changi General Hospital after an accident involving multiple vehicles on the Pan-Island Expressway (PIE) on Monday (Sep 27). The Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) said it was alerted at around 8am to an accident along PIE towards Changi, before the Jalan Eunos exit.
10 people taken to hospital after accident on PIE involving multiple vehicles
Don't rush and nowadays too many constructions going on too. Roads getting narrower and cars are getting bigger.
Thank goodness, there's no loss of life
SHANGHAI: The release of Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou is an opportunity for a reboot of bilateral relations with the United States and Canada but 'toxic political rhetoric' could still
Huawei executive release offers chance to reset bilateral relations: Global Times
yet they like to live in western countries
tweet4852 the ugly witch flew back
To be taken hostage again and again
Huang Yiliang Claims He Had Lin Meijiao’s Permission To Hit Chantalle Ng; Slams Ex-Wife For “Acting Innocent”
I may be wrong but somehow I find it difficult to believe that a mother will agree to that…🤔
Nobody cares about this family affair. Why does the media need to cover their story
SINGAPORE: A subsidiary of transport operator SMRT has been selected as part of a consortium to provide technical support and assistance to the authorities in Paris for four new rail lines. Formerly known as SMRT International, Strides International Business - together with French transport operator
SMRT subsidiary part of consortium providing technical support for new Paris rail lines
BANGKOK : Thailand's economy is still expected to grow 1.3per cent this year and the government is maintaining a target of 4-5per cent growth next year as it makes a push to revitalise the economy through measures, the finance minister said on Monday.The finance ministry's growth outlook this year is 'qui
Thai fin min still sees GDP growth of 1.3per cent this year
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