· Best of the week: What to see, hear and do from May 31 to June 6 →
BOOKS Author Imbi Neeme launches her debut novel The Spill (Viking, $32.99), which picked up the 2019 Penguin Literary Prize, via Zoom as she discusses her writing journey in creating the story of a car crash in Western Australia and its effects on a family.
· Books That Changed Me: Intan Paramaditha →
When I started my graduate studies in the US, I realised that the feminist theories that shaped me were predominantly Western, and so I embarked on a journey to decolonise my feminist scholarship.
· About Last Night: I’m a heterosexual man who loves to cross dress →
I wish you well on your journey of exploration.
· Applied Materials Inc (AMAT) CEO Gary Dickerson Presents at 2020 Bernstein Strategic Decisions Conference (Transcript) →
And then as you think about taking those best known methods in terms of how we're operating and driving and then translating that into our supply partners and driving into their footprints to create that resiliency across the globe so that we can withstand and better withstand and risk mitigate unexpected global events, I think there's a real opportunity here to take a step function, increase in the resiliency and efficiency and agility, not only in a bar business, but the important suppliers that are going to come along with us for the journey.
· Merkel a 'no' for Trump's in-person G7 summit, says report →
“As of today, considering the overall pandemic situation, she cannot agree to her personal participation, to a journey to Washington,” German government spokesman Steffen Seibert told Politico.
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· Quarantine bottlenecks add to woes of returning Filipinos →
At least 300,000 more displaced Filipinos were expected to journey home, “but this time, we should know what to do,” the blunt-speaking leader said.
· Key suspect in UK migrant lorry tragedy held in Germany, say sources →
The driver of the lorry has already admitted manslaughter over the deaths but Tuesday's arrests targeted the ring of smugglers suspected of organising the migrants' journey.
· Reality for Malaysia’s university students: Online learning challenges, stress, workload; possible solutions for fully digital future until Dec →
The expected long-term effect is, the affected students will most likely be facing stress issues, increased depression occurrences, then eventually give up and that will leave bad remarks on their education journey,” he said.
· 'No decision' on next launch attempt for historic SpaceX-NASA mission →
The same launch pad was used by Neil Armstrong and his Apollo 11 crewmates on their historic journey to the Moon, as NASA seeks to revive excitement around human space exploration ahead of a planned return to Earth's natural satellite and then Mars.