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Taipei - More than 210 people were injured after a fire suspected to have stemmed from the explosion of an unknown flammable powder occurred in a recreational park in northern Taiwan, local media reported yesterday.
A year after Ms Zhang Ronghui arrived from China to play the ruan in the Singapore Chinese Orchestra (SCO), a handful of primary schoolgirls asked her to teach them to play the ancient string instrument.
Washington - In Detroit, Atlanta and Austin, Texas, same-sex couples rushed to courthouses to get married. Here in the nation's capital, people wiped away tears as a gay men's chorus sang The Star-Spangled Banner on the marble steps of the Supreme Court. In Cincinnati, Mayor John Cranley presided over a public same-sex wedding ceremony, as a guitarist played acoustic melodies near a fountain in a downtown square.
Washington - Malaysian businessman Low Taek Jho has donated US$50 million (S$67 million) to a United States project that is working to turn a supercomputer into a cancer expert able to analyse patients' questions about their condition.
Washington - Mr Barack Obama came to office vowing to bring "change" to America, and after years stymied by partisan battles, a momentous week has left him emboldened and with a stronger claim to have fulfilled that promise.
New York - On Wednesday night at the Yung Wing School, a public elementary school in Chinatown, students performed songs from the Disney musical Mulan, dancing crisply in traditional silk costumes ironed that morning by their parents. These were the voices of the next Asian-American generation in New York City - and they were loud.