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Multi-stakeholder support for a circular economy

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Civilisations for Sale

Not many people in the Middle East have the freedom to enjoy art and marvel at their cultural history. This fear has been cultivated by certain doctrines which state that the admiration of artistic work is heretical. There is a link in some Middle Eastern cultures between statues and the worship of idols; the appreciation of statues is therefore often construed as blasphemous in some religious sects. The rampant looting of centuries-old artefacts and the ongoing destruction of thousands of years of antiquities have brought about a sense of deep loss and bewilderment for many people, in the Middle East, and abroad.
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The Uniquely Southeast Asian Sport of Sepak Takraw

Sepak takraw may have been around since the 15th century, but it’s no forgotten relic. Find out more about the history of this fast-growing sport – and its bid for Olympic recognition
Iwaki Island, Ehime Prefecture, Japan (Photo © Wikicommons)

Chinese Researchers Lead the Fight Against Poisonous Seafood in Asia

This dangerous toxic algae has become the priority for some of Asia's top researchers in the last few years

Chinese Citizens Banned From Cryptocurrency Offerings

In a bid to control the rising power of cryptocurrency, China has banned its usage for corporate fundraising.

WWF launches Plastic Smart Cities initiative in South East Asia with a $40M...

Singapore, Tuesday, 19 November 2019 - WWF launched the Plastic Smart Cities initiative today at the Responsible Business Forum in Singapore. The initiative brings...

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