It is a war between man and the smallest, most elusive and invisible enemy on earth — Covid-19 virus which has superior intelligence that surpasses human intelligence in many ways.
Although experts from the World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and elsewhere agree that cats and dogs are not at risk of getting COVID-19
From being duped into taking poisonous “cures”, to watching businesses crumble and avoiding life-saving medication, people are suffering devastating real-world impacts of a deluge of online virus misinformation.
The Kuwait Embassy in Phnom Penh opened its doors last week to welcome a fellow Kuwaiti, Abdul Mohsin T. Albaghli, who was on a unique mission to travel the world on two wheels.
Men, women and children are infected with the new coronavirus with equal frequency. But the consequences are very different.
Technology has created unprecedented markets for potential investors by changing daily consumer habits.
A group of students assiduously writing Chinese characters into their workbooks and following instructions by their Chinese teacher, set the scene at the Global Charity Association.
In 2012, Chinese national Yeemon Yan packed a camera and portable printer and traversed the length and breadth of Myanmar, learning about the people and their country.
Have you ever dreamed of travelling the world and sharing your passion for music with millions of people?
Mab admits quitting his job was not an easy decision to take. But he is convinced a higher education from one of China’s top universities will help him acquire better knowledge in the field of education.
Cambodia has an old saying that an acquaintance is greeted at the gate while a close friend is welcome into the house.
A study visit to China was one of my most valuable experiences in my life as I had the chance to know first-hand about most populous country in the world.
US President Donald Trump’s criticism of security arrangements with Japan may push Prime Minister Shinto Abe to revise the country’s pacifist stand.
Long hours at school, hours of homework and being forced by parents to have private tuition are taking a toll on students in Singapore.
Workers in Europe had to adapt to high temperatures in recent days. But the impact of heat stress on people and the global economy by the year 2030 will be severe, according to the UN. The world’s poorest will be worst affected.
After mysteriously expanding for decades, Antarctica’s sea ice cover melted by an area four times greater than France in just a few years and now stands at a record low, according to a study published Monday.
Beijing is set to open an eye-catching multi-billion dollar airport resembling a massive shining starfish, to accommodate soaring air traffic in China and celebrate the Communist government’s 70th anniversary in power,
Five small ships sailed out of harbor on Monday in Japan’s first commercial whale hunt in more than three decades, a move that has aroused global condemnation and fears for the fate of whales.
G20 host Japan hopes world leaders will endorse a deal on marine plastic waste and find common ground on climate change, but its own environmental record is under increasing scrutiny.
Scientific research shows that this year could see severe melting of the Greenland ice sheet which threatens to submerge the world’s coastal areas in the future.
The largest peacekeeping missions in the world are in countries most exposed to climate change, according to a Sweden-based research institute. Without new approaches, peace doesn’t stand a chance.
With the head sheaves whirling on top of the derrick, the century-old No.1 pit of the Kailuan colliery still lifts coal from deep underground. The icon of the old industrial city of Tangshan is also a tourist site.
Saudi Arabia has rendered toothless the once-feared religious police amid a liberalisation drive, but a planned “public decency” law is stoking controversy with some fearing a revival of morality policing.
The dramatic rescue of 12 young footballers and their coach from a flooded cave in Thailand has been hailed as a miracle drawing thousands of tourists to the site located at a once serene mountainside in the country’s north.
As the United States ramps up tensions with China, researchers from both countries are feeling the heat, unable to collaborate on valuable research.
Morocco’s breathtaking sand dunes are literally being reduced to rocks by ‘sand mafias’ who illegally dredge the resource to feed insatiable construction contractors.
By the end of this century, one-fifth of ocean life as we know it will vanish from the face of the earth all because of global warming.
The black softshell turtle is officially extinct in the wild, but a centuries-old Indian temple and its nature-loving caretaker are helping the creature make a tentative comeback.
Landlocked, secretive and with ungovernable borders, Laos has become a sluice for transporting Made-In-Myanmar meth to the drug hungry markets of Southeast Asia and Australia, where billion-dollar seizures are now being made.
Scientists on Thursday unveiled the most detailed simulation of a black hole yet, solving a mystery dating back more than four decades over how the star-devouring monsters consume matter.