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Malaysia seeks gay tourists, but targets its gay citizens

Malaysia seeks gay tourists, but targets its gay citizens

Malaysia’s tourism industry wants the country to keep attracting the money of gay and lesbian tourists, even though Malaysia keeps cracking down on its LGBT citizens. “No gays here,” says Malaysian Tourism Minister Datuk Mohammadin bin Ketapi. (B. von Jutrczenka photo courtesy of Deutsche Welle) The country even has an ...

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GGRAsia – Assembly debate on Macau tourism volume rejected

GGRAsia – Assembly debate on Macau tourism volume rejected

Assembly debate on Macau tourism volume rejected Mar 21, 2019 Newsdesk Latest News, Macau, Top of the deck A proposal from a pro-democratic member of Macau’s Legislative Assembly, who wanted a legislator debate on what he termed the “negative impact” of the increasing number of visitors to the city, was rejected on Wednesday, ...

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Asia $682 Mn Medical/Hospital Beds Market to 2025

Dublin, March 21, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Asia Medical/Hospital B Market By Product (B, Accessories), Area Of Use (Critical, Bariatric, Med Surg, Pediatric, Maternal), Type Of Care (Curative, Long Term), And End User (Hospital, Homecare, Elderly) – Forecast To 2025″ report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. Asia medical/hospital ...

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New language on Lotte Tour Jeju casino resort completion

New language on Lotte Tour Jeju casino resort completion

New language on Lotte Tour Jeju casino resort completion Mar 21, 2019 Newsdesk Latest News, Rest of Asia, Top of the deck The promoter of Jeju Dream Tower, a new resort with foreigner-only casino that is being built on the South Korean holiday island of Jeju, has shifted its language ...

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More Philippine tourism spots up for rehabilitation

More Philippine tourism spots up for rehabilitation

Panglao in Bohol (pictured), along with El Nido, Siargao and Coron identified for rehabilitation As more Philippine tourist destinations are being looked into for rehabilitation, the Philippine Department of Tourism is urging local operators to comply with laws related to sustainable development, while assuring destinations will not face complete shut-down, ...

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Erdogan’s death threat picks a fight he won’t win | Article

Erdogan's death threat picks a fight he won't win | Article

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has started to backtrack from incendiary he made linking New Zealand’s recent mosque killings with the Gallipoli campaign by Australians and New Zealanders in World War I. But while the Turkish leader climbs down from the controversial comparison, political leaders aren’t listening. Erdogan now insists ...

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