7 DAYS: Thai Airways: No Europe Flights, Malaysian Uni Ranking Decline, Diversity Wins at the Oscars

Our video series 7 Days gives you a quick recap of all the stories you need to know. 
Saturday 23 February 2019

Catch up with the last 7 days of culture, life and current affairs with UNRESERVED. Here are the week’s stories in bite-sized segments that will keep you up to date and in the know.

1. Thai Airways cancels all Europe-bound flights

2. President Trump leaves Hanoi summit empty-handed

3. Malaysian universities decline in latest QS world ranking

4. Advertisers ditch YouTube over paedophilia problems

5. Porsche Macan is going full electric

6. Diversity takes centre stage at the Oscars

16/2/19- 23/2/19 Recap

1. Up in smoke: Hong Kong to jail vaping offenders

2. Shinzo Abe stays mum on President Trump’s Nobel Prize nomination

3. Huawei founder: “The US cannot crush us”

4. Saudi Arabia sets its eyes on the East as Crown Prince arrives in China

5. Death of an icon: Karl Lagerfeld dies in Paris at 85

10/2/19 – 16/2/19 Recap

1.Royal debacle: Thai Princess disqualified as PM candidate

2. Khazanah Nasional’s new mantra: “More Cash, Less Control”

3.Top Philippines journalist and TIME Person of the year Maria Ressa arrested

4.Airbus bids adieu to the A380

5.Sci-Fi film poised to change China’s movie industry

6.Women at the Grammys win big

3/2/19 – 9/2/19 Recap

1. Japan’s Vice PM blames childless women for shrinking population

2. Second Trump-Kim summit to be held in Vietnam

3. EU President: “Special place in hell” for Brexiteers without a plan

4. Spotify places its chips on podcasting

5. Wagyu’s international profile on the rise

26/1/19 – 2/2/19 Recap

1. East coast link project possibly derailed.

2. ISIS terror attack in the Philippines.

3. United States files criminal charges against Huawei.

4. Australian- Chinese writer Yang Hengjun detained in China on suspicion of endangering national security.

5. Former top prosecutor Ahn Tae-geun sentenced to two years prison on allegations of sexual misconduct.

6. Naomi Osaka is first Asian to clinch the WTA world number 1 title.

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