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Looking for your favourite Singapore hawker stall? You can now find it on Google Maps

By early 2020, all 6,000 individual stores in Singapore will have their exact locations marked on Google Maps. You can even browse them in Google Street View.

‘We have better battles to fight’: Johor official warns Malaysians against racial malice as coronavirus fears rise

Amidst growing concerns about the virus outbreak, online conversations have taken a racial undertone.

Looking for reliable information about the Wuhan virus just became easier as Google and WHO jointly activate SOS alert

The results page will display top stories from major news sites, as well as links to World Health Organisation advisory information and FAQs about the coronavirus.

All 92 Singaporeans who flew back from Wuhan are ‘well and asymptomatic’ and are quarantined for 14 days: Lam Pin Min

Temperature screenings were conducted at check-in and before boarding, and any passengers found to be feverish would not have been allowed to board.

‘I’ll stay with you’: Grateful netizens thank JJ Lin’s and Stefanie Sun for encouraging Wuhan medical staff with touching song...

Netizens are expressing their gratitude for the "touching and meaningful" three and a half minute song and Lin's use of music to spread love and positivity.

Wuhan virus: Over 100,000 sign online petition calling for Singapore to ban travellers from China

The original petitioner wrote that "our health and our loved ones' health are what should be prioritised the most". 

10 Chinese greetings for this Rat Year, from easy to super-fancy

Wow your most sophisticated relatives to score huge red packets!

How the owner of New Ubin Seafood transformed his kampong-styled restaurant into a growing brand

From Pulau Ubin to CHIJMES and Zhongshan Park, New Ubin has come far and wide. But it's still going places. 

Malaysia’s 50% discount on outstanding traffic summons is back till Feb 1 – and you can even pay online

Malaysians tend to hoard the traffic tickets until steep discount windows are announced by authorities.