· Iconic Malaysian film on interracial romance ‘Sepet’ streams for free on YouTube for a week (VIDEO) →
The film also spawned a sold-out musical version which ran for three weeks last September and was referenced in singer NJWA’s 2019 music video Take Love Back.
· Premier launches WA's biggest ever holiday-at-home marketing push →
Back on the agenda: diving with whale sharks at Ningaloo Reef, Exmouth.
· Amit Shah opens up on why Centre blocked migrants' return home in Lockdown 1.0 →
Explaining why the government didn’t allow migrants to return in the first phase of the lockdown, Shah said that arrangements to send migrants back home were not made earlier because the government wanted to protect them from infection and use the time to build health infrastructure in their states.
· FCB India’s Rohit Ohri on the relationship between brands and agencies during Covid-19 →
As a matter of fact, consumers go back to the brand they trust and in this time there is a trust deficit, they don’t know what news or source is correct and trustworthy with so much information that is being huddled at them!
· Frequency Therapeutics: FX-322 Top Line Data From Exploratory Study Proves Promising →
Frequency Therapeutics continues to remain a high-risk, high-reward play, with the results expected in H2 2020 after being given fast track by the FDA back in October 2019 (with a potential delay to that in regard to the coronavirus), share price movement will primarily be based on sentiment up until those results are released.
The Japan Times
· Michael Jordan expresses thoughts on George Floyd →
We must listen to each other, show compassion and empathy and never turn our backs on senseless brutality.
The Japan Times
· As protests grip U.S., Trump invokes law and order to shift focus from pandemic →
The coronavirus outbreak that Trump has sought to relegate to a back burner, meanwhile, continues to infect upwards of 1,000 Americans daily.
· Looters ransack store in Santa Monica, California →
President Donald Trump has dismissed advice from his allies urging him to tone down his rhetoric and held back so far on a formal address to the nation as cities across the country faced another night of fiery protests.
The New York Times
· Your Monday Briefing →
G7 postponed: President Trump pushed back a Group of 7 meeting in the U.S. to September from July after Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany said she would not attend in person over concerns about the coronavirus.