Jaguar Owner Finds Out How Tough Singapore Road Rules Are (HD video)

Jaguar Owner Finds Out How Tough Singapore Road Rules Are (HD video)

The strict conformity rules under which Singaporeans live is no secret. The city-state stands head and shoulders above the rest of its Asean fellows when it comes to compliance with rules and regulations, and Singapore road rules are no different. Miscreants are not tolerated lightly and strict penalties face those who break them. In the […]

Lao Morning News For May 25

Lao Morning News For May 25

Laos prepares to export 12,000 tonnes of bananas to Russia Soukhoungheuang company plans to sell 12,000 tonnnes of bananas harvested from its farmland concession in Savannakhet province to Russia. — Vientiane Times  India to build hospitals, institutes in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam India plans to start development projects in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Vietnam, […]

Myanmar Morning News For May 25

Myanmar Morning News For May 25

Myanmar: Deadline to Report on Rape of Rohingya to UN Myanmar should comply with a United Nations committee’s request for information on the military’s responsibility for widespread rape of Rohingya women and girls in northern Rakhine State, Human Rights Watch and Fortify Rights said today. — Human Right Watch  Rakhine crisis takes shine off Myanmar […]

Singapore Morning News For May 25

Singapore Morning News For May 25

Singapore ranked safest country in the world, above Japan: Survey While Singapore may no longer boast of having the most powerful passport in the world, it is at least the safest. — Asia One  Trump cancels Singapore summit in letter to Kim Jong Un President Donald Trump will not meet North Korean leader Kim Jong […]

Lao Morning News For May 24

Lao Morning News For May 24

Laos Bananas Admitted to China’s Allowable Imported Fruits List On May 17, the General Administration of Customs People’s Republic of China (GACC) announced an update to China’s list of allowable imported fruits. Last updated on January 28, 2018, new protocol now allows for the import of Laos bananas. — Producer Report  ADB, Laos ink agreement […]

Myanmar Morning News For May 24

Myanmar Morning News For May 24

New UN envoy to travel to Myanmar next month The new United Nations envoy for Myanmar will pay a first visit to Naypyidaw next month for talks on the Rohingya refugee crisis, UN sources said on Wednesday (May 23). — Channel NewsAsia  Myanmar’s Atrocities Demand New Sanctions In response to the systematic campaign of murder […]

Singapore Morning News For May 24

Singapore Morning News For May 24

Singapore maintains 3rd position in world ranking for competitiveness Singapore has held on to its spot as the world’s third-most competitive economy in an annual ranking released on Thursday (May 24) by Switzerland-based research group IMD World Competitiveness Centre. — Channel NewsAsia  Singapore passport no longer the most powerful in the world, Japan now occupies […]

Lao Morning News For May 23

Lao Morning News For May 23

New flights to boost links between Laos and China Laos and China on Monday officially set in motion a new air route between the two countries, aimed not only at boosting tourism but also other areas of cooperation. — Vientiane Times  Russian official discusses joint exercises with Laos’ chief of general staff Russian Ground Forces […]

Myanmar Morning News For May 23

Myanmar Morning News For May 23

Myanmar Rohingya militants massacred Hindus, says Amnesty Rohingya Muslim militants in Myanmar killed dozens of Hindu civilians during attacks last August, according to an investigation by Amnesty International. — BBC News  Thailand – Myanmar agree to boost anti-drug efforts Thailand and Myanmar have agreed on increased border cooperation to crackdown on the narcotics trade. — […]

Singapore Morning News For May 23

Singapore Morning News For May 23

Malaysia to review high-speed rail link to Singapore, other mega projects Malaysia will review the implementation of mega projects such as the high-speed rail line to Singapore, and a US$14 billion rail project connecting the country’s east and west coasts, state news agency Bernama reported on Tuesday (May 22), citing the economic affairs minister. — […]

Lao Morning News For May 22

Lao Morning News For May 22

Govt piloting single-window customs clearance for vehicles The government is piloting the Lao National Single Window (LNSW) scheme at international border crossings, seeking to speed up customs clearance for vehicles and link the country to the Asean single window system. — Vientiane Times  Rural health workers set up online network to monitor progress Health workers […]

Myanmar Morning News For May 22

Myanmar Morning News For May 22

Mekong rethinks drug policy as syndicates pump meth from Myanmar The production of synthetic drugs in the Mekong Region – and Myanmar in particular – has reached “alarming levels”, the United Nations said today as regional anti-drug authorities meet to negotiate a new strategy. — Frontier Myanmar  MPs push for Myanmar regime to face international […]

Singapore Morning News For May 22

Singapore Morning News For May 22

Singapore adopts PEPPOL Standard to launch nationwide e-invoicing framework On 21 May, it was announced that Singapore will be implementing the Pan-European Public Procurement On-Line (PEPPOL) e-invoicing standard. This move makes Singapore’s Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) the first national PEPPOL authority outside of Europe and the first National Authority in Asia to adopt the […]

Lao Morning News For May 21

Lao Morning News For May 21

World Bank approves upgrade of key arterial road The World Bank has approved a project that aims to improve National Road No. 13 as part of efforts to create better conditions for people living along and using this primary corridor. — Vientiane Times  Laos calls for joint effort to overcome global inequality Laos has joined […]

Myanmar Morning News For May 21

Myanmar Morning News For May 21

Myanmar orders Rohingya to leave tense border zone Myanmar security forces have resumed loudspeaker broadcasts near its border with Bangladesh ordering Rohingya Muslims to immediately leave a strip of no-man’s land between the two countries, refugees said on Sunday (May 20). — Channel NewsAsia  UN says Myanmar is getting close to graduate from ‘least developed’ […]

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