When you hear about China’s billionaire Liu clan, it’s often the branch of the family that falls under Liu Yonghao. Yonghao is youngest of four brothers that together in the 1980s built the Hope Group into one of the country’s most successful agribusinesses of the post-Mao economic reforms. After each […]
HANOI (Reuters) – Demonstrators marched in Vietnam’s capital on Monday to mark the 28th anniversary of a bloody naval battle with China and to denounce Beijing’s growing assertiveness in the hotly contested waters of the South China Sea.
The hugely popular series of Gunslinger Stratos arcade games will be getting its latest iteration released in Japan this May.
GRAND BASSAM, Ivory Coast (Reuters) – Gunmen from al Qaeda’s North African branch killed 16 people, including four Europeans, at a beach resort town in Ivory Coast on Sunday, the latest in a string of deadly attacks that have confirmed the Islamists’ growing reach in West Africa.
CANBERRA (Reuters) – Australia is deeply concerned over the arrest of two Australian journalists in Malaysia after they attempted to question Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak over corruption allegations, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said on Monday.
“I take pride in teaching my students and trainees to start companies too, because it’s the only way I can scale.” – Atul Butte, UCSF
In rather frustrating news it appears that a full blown virtual reality online game adaptation of Sword Art Online will not be happening.
DUBAI (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia said on Sunday it would punish anyone who belongs to Lebanon’s Iran-backed Shi’ite Islamist group Hezbollah, sympathises with it, supports it financially or harbours any of its members.
SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said on Monday she will challenge her Iranian counterpart when they meet this week over reported missile tests during a military exercise that drew the threat of a diplomatic response from the United States.