Asia Day Ahead: Can Japan's consumers cope with a tax hike?
The final snapshot of consumer sentiment before a tax hike took effect will shed light on how Japan's shoppers are taking higher prices, while tech giants TSMC and ZTE are set to report earnings. Jon Gordon reports.
Almost a million adults and children received emergency supplies from food banks in the past year, a "shocking" rise of 163% on the previous 12 months amid rising living costs, low pay and welfare problems, a new report has revealed.
First off, amazingly, no major injuries were suffered! Watch as the driver of this car manages to swerve around a person who had fallen out of their car following a roll-over. That's why you wear a seat belt!
CCTV footage shows the moment when bus driver Mao Zhihao narrowly dodged a knocked over light pole which had crashed through the windshield while driving in the eastern Chinese province of Zheijang. It was his lucky day!