Creative Capital: The Singaporean who wrote her first novel to escape loneliness during the pandemic
Publisher Penguin Random House bought two books from 23-year-old Stanford University graduate Kyla Zhao – The Fraud Squad and an unwritten second book – for six figures each.
North Korea puts hazmat suits on parade for national day, but no missiles
SEOUL — North Korea celebrated the 73rd anniversary of its foundation with a night-time military parade in the capital, state media reported on Thursday (Sept 9), publishing photographs of marching rows of personnel in orange hazmat suits but no ballistic missiles.
Olympics-Cycling-BMX gold hopeful Roberts thanks wife for supportHannah Roberts, tipped as a favourite to win the first women's BMX freestyle gold at the Olympics, had a more productive pandemic than most people.
Sailing: Kimberly Lim and Cecilia Low finish 10th overall, first Singaporeans to qualify for medal race at OlympicsTOKYO — Sailors Kimberly Lim and Cecilia Low have become the first Singaporean sailors to qualify for a medal race at the Olympics. Well done, ladies!
Sailing: Kimberly Lim and Cecilia Low finish 9th overall, first Singaporeans to qualify for medal race at OlympicsTOKYO — Sailors Kimberly Lim and Cecilia Low have become the first Singaporean sailors to qualify for a medal race at the Olympics.
US memorials to victims of COVID-19 pandemic taking shapeOhio has planted a memorial grove of native trees to remember people who died of COVID-19, and governors and state lawmakers nationwide are ...
Olympics-Baseball-'Best ball in the world' gets mud bath, gloved treatmentThey hail from Sri Lanka, enjoy 30-second rubs in U.S. mud, get top-notch service in Japan because of the pandemic and are called the best in the ...
Asian shares down, set for worst month since March 2020Asian shares slipped on Friday, with a gauge of regional equities set for its biggest monthly drop since the height of global pandemic lockdowns ...