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Asia

23 Nov
World's only super-sized, three-dimensional asymmetric swivel bridge of Caobao Road Expressway has completed swiveling construction in Shanghai.  The success of this challenge set a number of world...
23 Nov
Indonesian workers and residents were assessing the damage in Cianjur on Wednesday of a 5.6 magnitude earthquake that killed at least 268 people. More than 1,000 people were injured in Monday's tremor on the...
23 Nov
Shanghai currently requires PCR testing for inter-provincial travelers immediately upon arrival. Under the guidance of the staff, hundreds of passengers scanned the venue code and confirmed that they had the...
23 Nov
The daughter of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un who recently made her first public appearance at a missile launch site is his second child. On Saturday, North Korea said that Kim observed the launch of the...
23 Nov
Indonesian President Joko Widodo vowed Tuesday that missing bodies of Monday's earthquake will be recovered after visiting the affected area in Cianjur district. The death toll from the earthquake that...
22 Nov
A 150-year-old shipwreck believed to be a treasure trove of cultural relics was successfully lifted from a riverbed near Shanghai early Monday morning in a high-tech salvage operation. The Ancient Vessel is a...
22 Nov
Meanwhile, rescuers searched for bodies and survivors Tuesday in the rubble of buildings that collapsed in an earthquake that killed at least 162 people on Indonesia's main island of Java and injured hundreds...
22 Nov
The southern Chinese city of Guangzhou locked down its largest district Monday as it tries to tamp down a major COVID-19 outbreak. The Baiyun district, home to 3.7 million people in Guangzhou, suspended in-...
22 Nov
Malaysia's longest-ruling coalition said Monday it has not decided which bloc to support after divisive elections over the weekend left neither with enough seats to form a government on its own. The...
22 Nov
An earthquake shook Indonesia’s main island of Java on Monday, killing at least 46 people, damaging dozens of buildings and sending residents into the capital's streets for safety. The U.S. Geological...

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