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  1. MAN PLAYS GUITAR IN THE MIDDLE OF BRAIN SURGERY TweetShare South African jazz musician Musa Manzini recently underwent surgery to remove a tumor from his brain. Surgeons requested that Manzini remain awake throughout the operation and that he play his guitar as a means of assisting them with the procedure, known as an awake craniotomy. The six-hour operation was the result of a recurring tumor which threatened paralysis or loss of functions in the part of the brain that controls voluntary movement and was the preferred method to preserve and restore finger movement in the musician's
  2. Koped from NK. credit Thread starter WuRenJi
  3. 'Slap an Asian' challenge has San Francisco police By Alix Martichoux Saturday, March 27, 2021 1:23AM SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Claims that there is a "slap an Asian" challenge going on in the Bay Area have put San Francisco police on alert. Word of the so-called "challenge," in which people are told to slap people of Asian descent on public transit, has been spreading on social media this week. One viral post says a challenge-related assault occurred last Friday. read https://abc7news.com/slap-an-asian-challenge-bay-area-san-francisco-sto
  4. 39-year-old Caucasian man assaulted a 76-year-old Chinese woman in San Francisco -- only for the tables to turn. The elderly Asian woman retaliated by beating up her younger attacker with a wooden plank she found on the road, and putting the man on a stretcher. For her successful defence, the elderly woman has been applauded for standing up against a racist bully. Many who saw the video of the aftermath of the incident sympathised with her. Just came upon an attack on an elderly Asian woman on Market Street San Francis
  5. Man in China asks neighbour to turn off WiFi as wife fears radiation. https://mothership.sg/2021/02/wifi-radiation-neighbour/ A man from Qingdao, Shandong, China, who wanted to protect his wife from "radiation", requested his neighbour to turn off their WiFi at night. But the man with the pregnant wife ended up receiving a savage reply from his neighbour instead. This was the neighbour's reply:
  6. why the header of SPH and CNN/Reuters on Norway vaccines sound so different? CNN >Norway reviewing deaths of frail and elderly patients vaccinated against Covid-19 https://edition.cnn.com/2021/01/18/h...ntl/index.html Reuters Norway advises caution in use of Pfizer vaccine for the most frail https://www.reuters.com/article/heal...-idUSL1N2JT0XI SPH ST >Norway finds no direct link between elderly deaths and Covid-19 vaccine https://www.straitstimes.com/world/e...vid-19-vaccine Koped from NK! Thanks to "Limpeh456"
  7. Japan says new coronavirus variant found in travellers from Brazil Credits https://www.straitstimes.com/asia/east-asia/japan-says-new-coronavirus-variant-found-in-travellers-from-brazil
  8. Singapore reveals Covid privacy data available to police https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-55541001 Singapore has admitted data from its Covid contact tracing programme can also be accessed by police, reversing earlier privacy assurances. The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.View original tweet on Twitter "I'm disappointed, but not at all surprised," local journalist and activist Kirsten Han told the B
  9. MOH orders Concord International Hospital to suspend healthcare services due to ‘significant lapses’ Read more at https://www.todayonline.com/singapore/moh-orders-concord-international-hospital-suspend-healthcare-services-due-significant
  10. Biz Analysis 21:39, 26-Oct-2020 Ray Dalio: Don't be blind to China's rise in a changing world CGTN Share Raymond Dalio, co-chairman and co-chief investment officer, Bridgewater Associates, speaks at the 2019 Milken Institute Global Conference in Beverly Hills, California, U.S., May 1, 2019. /VCG People with persistent anti-China bias should clear their minds and not be blind to China's rise i
  11. Thai tourist grabs tiger by genitals for photos at Chiang Mai zoo, causes outrage A Thai woman got overly enthusiastic while posing for photos with a tiger in a zoo in Chiang Mai. Cupped tiger's testicles while posing for photos Posing with a tiger that was allegedly sedated, Waraschaya Akkarachaiyapas posted a video of herself caressing the tiger, and cupped the testicles of the dazed animal, infuriating people online. Screenshot from YouTube via Waraschaya Akkarachaiyapas/FB She was slammed for touching the tiger inappropriately, and some even
  12. 2020 Subaru Forester e-Boxer launched in Singapore – sole 2.0i-S EyeSight Hybrid variant; from RM378k At last year’s Singapore Motor Show, Motor Image previewed the Subaru Forester e-Boxer, and fast forward a year later, the hybrid model was now gone on sale in the country. There’s only a single 2.0i-S EyeSight Hybrid variant on offer, priced from SG$124,800 (RM378,162) on-the-road including COE. Visually, the Forester e-Boxer looks pretty much identical to the regular, fifth-generation SUV, with only a few “e-Boxer’ badges to mark it out. Under the bonnet, the model features a
  13. Forum: Allow $5,000 withdrawal from CPF to tide us over crisis The Government should allow citizens to withdraw $5,000 from their Central Provident Fund (CPF) Retirement Account, as this will help those who are in dire financial straits. The amount in my Retirement Account has reached the full retirement sum for my age. I need funds to tide me over this difficult Covid-19 period. Many people have had their salaries cut and are struggling to get by. https://www.straitsti
  14. 50GB SIM ONLY PLAN $10 For 30 days 50GB DATA +1 GB Roaming Data to selected countries (effective from 1 June 2020) 300 Local Call Minutes 30 Local SMS tpgmobile.sg
  15. TOKYO (BLOOMBERG) - Japan's Health Ministry has begun a special approval process for the antiviral drug remdesivir as a potential treatment for Covid-19, NHK reported. More here
  16. Bustling economy is coming back https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/reopening-of-america-accelerates-as-states-prepare-to-relax-coronavirus-restrictions/2020/04/25/cd2f939c-866a-11ea-a3eb-e9fc93160703_story.html
  17. https://rsf.org/en/singapore In 2020, Singapore’s colour on the World Press Freedom Index map changed to black, meaning that the situation there is now is classified as “very bad.” Despite the “Switzerland of the East” label often used in Singapore government propaganda, the city-state does not fall far short of China when it comes to suppressing media freedom. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s government is always quick to sue critical journalists, or apply pressure to make them unemployable, or even force them to leave the country. The Media Development Authority has the power to c
  18. University of Waterloo developing DNA-based COVID-19 vaccine Researchers at the University of Waterloo are developing a DNA-based vaccine that can be delivered through a nasal spray. The vaccine will work by using engineered bacteriophage, a process that will allow the vaccine to stimulate an immune response in the nasal cavity and target tissues in the lower respiratory tract. “When complete, our DNA-based vaccine will be administered non-invasively as a nasal spray that delivers nanomedicine engineered to im
  19. New drug shows promise against coronavirus, set to enter human trials soon With the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic showing no signs of slowing down, finding a cure to combat the disease has become the foremost priority of researchers across the world. Offering some good news amidst this crisis is a new drug that could turn the tide against SARS-CoV-2. According to a study led by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the new drug — EIDD-2801 — was found to reduce lung damage caused by the disease in mice and cultured human cells. What is better is that it was also fou
  20. Forum: Mask exemption for outdoor exercise is dangerous I am alarmed by the exemption from wearing face masks granted to those who exercise outdoors, and the rationale given. Scientific studies have shown how easily the coronavirus spreads via infectious droplets, even from asymptomatic carriers. This is why the authorities now mandate that anyone stepping outdoors must wear masks. Exempting those doing strenuous outdoor exercise from wearing a mask creates a chink in society's armour against the contagion. Those exercising breathe faster and harder, increasing the
  21. Vince McMahon Is Advising Trump on How to Restart US Economy WWE's Vince McMahon was named as one of a few sports magnates to aid President Donald Trump in restarting the U.S. economy. Talk show and radio host Andy Slater broke the news through his official Twitter. This followed a press conference earlier this week in which Trump stated he was putting together a group of sports commissioners and other executives to form an economic task force. Slater wrote on Twitter, "JUST NOW: Adam Silver, Rob Manfred, Roger Goodell, Gary Bettman, Robert Kra
  22. https://www.thestar.com.my/news/regional/2020/04/10/91-s-koreans-retest-positive-for-covid-19-after-recovery SEOUL (Xinhua): A total of 91 South Koreans had retested positive for the Covid-19 after being released from quarantine with full recovery, the country's health authorities said Friday (April 10). An epidemiological and clinical investigation was underway into the 91, according to the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC). It was up from 74 cases that retested positive as of Thursday. KCDC Director-General Jeong Eun-kyeong told a press brief
  23. https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/solidarity-budget-600-cash-support-all-adult-covid-19-coronaviru-12613836 Solidarity Budget: S$600 cash support for all adult Singaporeans, other cash payouts to be brought forward to June SINGAPORE: All adult Singaporeans aged 21 and above will receive a one-off Solidarity Payment of S$600 in cash, Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat announced on Monday (Apr 6). For the majority of Singaporeans who have provided their bank account details to the Government, the Solidarity Payment will be credited directly into their bank accounts b
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