This week marks a significant milestone as Singapore has decided it will repeal Section 377A, a colonial-era law which criminalised sexual intercourse between men, ending a 15-year debate over the legislation.
While the decision to remove the colonial-era ban is something to celebrate, there are questions on whether it could inspire greater resistance to marriage equality in a still conservative society.
The animal figure is the largest ever uncovered from the mysterious site, which is believed to contain the treasures of a kingdom dating back 4,500 years.
Area lockdowns and mass testing under way in Tibetan capital Lhasa and other cities as authorities seek to swiftly curb virus spreads.
Megacity reported 22 new locally transmitted cases for Wednesday, with the daily count creeping up from single digits earlier this month.
Women say they were disciplined by student affairs office for leaving 10 rainbow flags, symbols of the LGBT movement, behind campus supermarket counter.
Premier Li Keqiang calls for equal rights for all during cabinet meeting, and says the government must do everything possible to stabilise employment.
Only three infections confirmed upon verification, after on-site service provider Sunrise Diagnostic submits ‘abnormal’ 136 positive results.
The former official says private sector cooperation is needed to address climate crisis, as diplomatic relations face ‘tough times’.
As visitors rush to ‘dance with the butterflies’, ecologist warns about how overtourism in the 1960s damaged another butterfly habitat.
City government mounts crackdown in response to violence assault in group at restaurant.
Shanghai’s residents may be free but life is still not easy when it comes to having the right health code.