Month: January 2019

© Bloomberg. A collection of one pound sterling coins sit in this arranged photograph in London, U.K., on Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018. The pound’s weakness is turning everyone—from students to holiday-makers—into unwitting currency traders as Brexit nears. Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg (Bloomberg) — The pound declined in Asia trading as investors start to weigh a worst-case
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This crime drama clearly wants to stand out above its brethren. It wants to matter, and it is quite insistent that we acknowledge its drive. It has something to say about everything in its ambit: local authority politics, race relations, inner-city crime, familial expectations, abusive and/or exploitative marriages. It has its fingers in many different
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Another crypto hack has plagued the cryptocurrency space. This time, the New Zealand-based Cryptopia found itself at the center of it. The cryptocurrency exchange announced the news via the company’s Twitter this morning, stating it “suffered a security breach which resulted in significant losses.” Cryptopia Crypto Hack pic.twitter.com/0ZwqFfwwHi — Cryptopia Exchange (@Cryptopia_NZ) January 15, 2019 The
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Of late, you would’ve noticed the word mindfulness appearing frequently in reading materials. It is the latest trendy term in the world of self-improvement. A quick online check of the word reveals more than 300 million articles have been written on the subject. The opposite of meditation, which requires you to empty your mind, mindfulness
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Eternity GirlCreators: Magdalene Visaggio (writer), Sonny Liew (artist), Chris Chuckry (colourist), Todd Klein (letterer).Publisher: Young Animal/DC Comics All Caroline Sharp wants is to die. The only problem is, she CAN’T die. She has tried jumping off a bridge (“at least once a month,” she reckons), slashed her wrists (she has no blood to begin with), hung herself (though
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Malaysia regulates cryptocurrencies as of today. The new rules affect both digital coins and ICOs (initial coin offerings). Though welcomed by many, the repercussions for those who don’t comply are deemed particularly harsh. What will this mean for trading? Malaysia Regulates Cryptocurrencies The country’s Minister for Finance, Lim Guan Eng, announced that the order to regulate
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Batu Kitang assemblyman Lo Khere Chiang says the dropout rate for students in Sarawak is especially high in rural areas. (Bernama pic) KUCHING: An assemblyman from the Sarawak United People’s Party has urged the Pakatan Harapan government to disburse the funds promised by the former Barisan Nasional administration for the repair of dilapidated schools in
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Alibaba Group Holding found success with its Taobao e-commerce platform in China in large part because the company modelled its online shopping experience after offline wholesale markets. Now, it is trying to do the same for Alibaba.com, the platform that connects both suppliers and buyers in the business world, by digitising trade shows. Alibaba.com is
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LOS ANGELES: Tencent’s multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) title Honor Of Kings grossed nearly US$2bil (RM8.20bil) in 2018, making it the highest grossing mobile game of the year, according to market intelligence company Sensor Tower.  The game made more than US$1.93bil (RM7.91bil) in 2018, not including revenue from third-party Android stores in China and elsewhere,
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Almost everyone knows a healthy diet is high in fruit and vegetables, and low in sugar and deep-fried food. What’s less well known is how often you should eat, and how fast. “The body’s metabolism can be compared to a fireplace,” says Heiko Griguhn, a nutritionist and alternative medicine practitioner. “It must be regularly replenished to
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