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The 2023 legislation plan of the State Council, China’s cabinet, includes the submission of a draft AI law, among more than 50 measures up for review by the National People’s Congress Standing Committee.
Beijing’s foreign ministry says Lee should not be prevented from attending San Francisco event in November.
Asean members Vietnam, the Philippines, Brunei and Malaysia have competing claims with China, which asserts sovereignty over vast stretches of the waterway.
Flurry of public appeals is part of drive to combat rampant online fraud by scaling down mobile users’ exposure to platforms seen as hard to police.
Tight-knit community takes part in 20-minute prayer before girls’ bodies sent to Chai Wan Muslim Cemetery.
China is estimated to be the world’s largest importer of clean hydrogen, requiring 13 million tonnes of imported hydrogen a year by 2030, Deloitte report says.
The leaders of the world’s two largest palm-oil producers want the European Union to ‘promptly address’ a new law aimed at forest protection that they say is ‘unjust’ and will hurt the smallest farmers most.
Animoca said it has been focused on ‘more progressive jurisdictions’, as its token for The Sandbox was named by the SEC in lawsuits against Binance and Coinbase.
A woman found unconscious on Mount Everest is under fire for refusing to pay a rescue fee or thank the two climbers who gave up their summit dream to risk their lives saving her.
Two of the children – believed to be aged around three – and an adult were in critical condition and fighting for their lives in hospital, a security source said.
Survey finds ‘profound’ geopolitical implications from international tensions are weighing on the confidence of German investors in China, while Beijing’s business-boosting efforts are deemed lacking.
Weak governmental support and the high cost of investment are two of the main reasons that some Asian nations have been slow to jump on the 5G bandwagon – let alone 6G.
The Ukrainian leader said on social media he was helping assess efforts to evacuate civilians, provide drinking water and other support, and try to stanch vast environmental damage.
Surge being fuelled by Omicron variant XBB likely to be much smaller than winter outbreak, according to UK-based health data firm Airfinity.
Scott Johnson’s death in 1998 was originally thought to be a suicide but police eventually opened an investigation into what they suspected was a gay hate crime in 2012.
Ambassador Xie Feng made the remarks to American business leaders, adding that China has ‘always been open to dialogue’.
Many Indonesians jostled for a glimpse of their leader who visited the popular Pasar Chow Kit market in Kuala Lumpur.
The phenomenon claims everyone from government officials to New Territories villagers. While keeping safety paramount, it may be time to update building regulations to offer room for creativity.
Authorities order removal of rubber duck, which looks similar to well-known installations by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman.
Jiuzhang computer took less than a second for a task that the fastest classical supercomputer in the world would take nearly five years to solve.
Driver at first trapped in car but later managed to climb out, police say.
President Yoon Suk-yeol met with industry leaders and pledged to expand research and development to maintain South Korea’s lead in memory chips.
Lifelong Animal Protection Charity says owner showed up at its centre and told volunteers not to bring animal in and ‘spread disease’ to other dogs.
Justice department’s appeal against Chow Hang-tung’s acquittal approved as case involves points of ‘great and general importance’, three judges say.
The elder statesman, widely seen as a formidable establishment choice, was earlier ruled out for the prime ministership on account of his race.
Social media in Taiwan has reacted with anger to the story of a fitness influencer on the island who had portrayed herself as a cancer fighter only to be exposed as a fraud by her ex-husband.
Binance and Coinbase have both been sued by the US Securities and Exchange Commission, but Coinbase has not been accused of criminal activity, Woods said.
The man couldn’t get The Bottle-O Beechboro store’s sliding door to open as he attempted to dash out of the venue with a crate of drinks.
The destruction of the Nova Kakhovka dam in Ukraine will have a catastrophic effect on locating landmines in the affected region, the Red Cross warned.
Wong Chun-yeung, nicknamed Sheep, 28, is accused of pretending to be woman’s son in a phone conversation, claiming he had been arrested and requiring bail money.
The core objective of financial regulation is to prevent any systemic risks from the banking, insurance or securities industries from hurting the underlying economy or pushing the growth trend off track, Li said.
Two senators sent a letter to CEO Chew Shou Zi asking about a report that TikTok stored financial information and Social Security numbers on Chinese servers.
Fukuoka District Court’s complicated verdict fell short of expectations of activists in Japan, the only G7 nation without legal protection for same-sex unions.
Wildfires continue to burn large tracts of forest in Canada, with little sign weather will provide much help to firefighters who are battling the blazes that are sending smoke over New York and other major cities.
Call made after labour and welfare minister earlier revealed reimbursement to transport operators snowballing, putting pressure on city’s coffers.
The city state’s high commissioner in Kuala Lumpur apologised to Malaysians for Chia’s ‘hurtful remarks’ made at a New York comedy club in a bid to put an end to the simmering controversy.
Mainland social media has praised a worried daughter in China who, at the end of her tether with her alcoholic father, posted a heartfelt online plea to his drinking buddies asking them to curtail his alcohol intake.
The notice adds to Donald Trump’s legal troubles as he campaigns for the White House in 2024.
Human rights campaigners say there is still no effective oversight of the government agencies tasked with handling those in detention .
Less educated Hongkongers with few skills want support to continue working as long as they can.
Therapy can inhibit tumour growth, promote the body’s immune response and prevent cancer cell metastasis, says team from Donghua University in Shanghai.
An investigation into a video showing what looks like a mouse head in a student’s meal at a college canteen failed to quell online speculation, as many rejected official claims it was part of a duck neck.
While proposed policy changes promise a better, more efficient and humane migration system, there are still historic concerns. The country continues to grapple with racism and research indicates that a sizeable minority still doesn’t welcome migrants.
One of the female’s eggs was found to contain a fully formed stillborn baby reptile; genetic testing showed it was a result of reproduction without the genetic contribution of a male.
The prime minister is seeking a leading role for Britain in limiting potential doomsday risks from artificial intelligence gone wrong.
Willie Walsh, head of International Air Transport Association, says revised projection because of faster-than-expected reopening of mainland China’s borders.
The move could help boost JD.com’s offerings of cheaper products, but the company also needs to protect its brand image, analysts say.
The 23-year-old man was detained in April after he was accused of drinking vodka and attacking several people near a surf resort in Aceh province.
The president says people and animals have died in the floods caused by the dam’s destruction, while Moscow’s forces are shooting at those trying to save others.
The former governor of China’s central bank says the West’s debt-trap claims, along with the pandemic, have affected Chinese investment in countries under the Belt and Road Initiative.