Chinese investors have continued pouring their money into Thailand's property sector even as the kingdom barrels toward an uncertain national election.
Chinese investors spending billions on Thai property despite turbulent political scene
Shoei Co., Ltd., a Japan-based major helmet maker, will commercialize a motorbike helmet equipped with an HUD (head-up display) for navigation in the spring of 2020.
Japan’s Shoei to release HUD-equipped motorbike helmet in 2020
Malaysia’s economy probably grew faster in the fourth quarter with exports and private consumption helping to snap four quarters of slowing growth
Malaysia's fourth-quarter GDP growth seen picking up on spending, exports
China’s trade engine likely remained stuck in reverse in January, with imports and exports expected to fall for the second month in a row, adding to concerns the economy may be at risk of a sharper slowdown.
China January exports, imports seen falling again in blow to global growth
Chinese environmentalists are advocating a dam to prevent the desertification in the frozen soil area in Hoh Xil National Nature Reserve in Qinghai province, an isolated region in the northwestern part of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and an UNESCO World Heritage, China Daily reported on Monday.
Dam proposed to stop desertification in Chinese province
It’s unusual to spot the grey-headed canary-flycatcher in Delhi-NCR during this time of the year. However, a recent sighting of the species, in a sprawling and serene forest in Bhondsi — a city in Haryana state of India — off Sohna Road, has sent a frisson of excitement through the birding community.
Restored, this 100-acre forest now a sanctuary for birds
South Korea's economy continued to slow down for four straight months on uncertainties at home and abroad, a state-run think tank said on Tuesday.
Think tank: South Korea's economy continues to slow down for four straight months
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe praised the Bank of Japan’s ultra-loose monetary policy for helping create jobs, suggesting the government wasn’t unduly worried that inflation remains distant from the central bank’s two percent target.
Japan PM Abe defends BoJ's policy despite inflation woes
Thailand's election commission on Wednesday asked the constitutional court to dissolve a party that proposed a princess as candidate for prime minister, a potentially serious blow to the political aspirations of the kingdom's powerful Shinawatra clan.
Thai election commission moves to dissolve party linked to princess
At least 17 people died when a fire ripped through a budget hotel in Delhi on Tuesday, prompting authorities to launch a safety check of other buildings in the vicinity.
Fire at budget hotel in Delhi kills 17

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