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  1. Japanese director stages Indian epicRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Star Online

    Delight to watch: Thai dancer and choreographer Sirosook was alluring in her role as Draupadi. Photos: AZLINA ABDULLAH/The Star The Mahabharata holds a special place in Hiroshi Koike's heart.


  2. Apple: Asia Points To Blockbuster Q1 And Q2Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Seeking Alpha

    Amongst all the speculation concerning Apple's Q1 results to be published Tuesday, recent developments in Asia point to Apple exceeding expectations, even those of some of the more bullish analysts. This article focuses on the iPhone, though Apple's penetration of its full ecosystem of products is gaining rapidly throughout Asia.


  3. Asian Cup 2015: how the semi-finalists shape upRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Age

    And so we have a semi-final line-up that might not have been the easiest to predict but in many ways delivers a more fascinating pair of contests than most would have predicted. Had the form book worked out as expected it would be Japan facing Australia in Newcastle on Tuesday, and Iran taking on South Korea on Australia Day in Sydney.


  4. Marking Republic Day In India - The Scourge Of Petty BureaucracyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 |

    East Asians speak of other East Asians they consider too Occidentalised as "bananas" - yellow outside, white inside. I may be the opposite.


  5. Mount Annupuri ski resort, Niseko Village, pulls out the stops on luxuryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 24 | The Star Online

    Machiya-style sliding screens, wooden lattices and lantern-lit walkways create a picturesque shopping village in Niseko that comprises three retail outlets and four restaurants. Niseko Village, the Malaysian-owned, award-winning ski resort, unveils its latest developments that will make it even more fun and luxurious.


  6. Ukrainian Indifference captivated ChineseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | The Day

    A work by Odesa artists was recognized as one of the best at the International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival in Harbin Massive human figures stand close together on a pedestal, while a little child is lost inside the crowd; this composition, entitled Indifference, received many awards at the competition held in China. The sculpture's creative team came from Ushinsky Southern Ukrainian National Pedagogical University of Odesa.


  7. Arab Exceptionalism In The Global 21st CenturyRead the original story

    Sunday Jan 18 |

    East Asians speak of other East Asians they consider too Occidentalised as "bananas" - yellow outside, white inside. I may be the opposite.


  8. Coffee Meets Bagel: The Online Dating Site That Helps You Weed Out the CreepsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 17 | LA Weekly

    In fact, when my roommate told me the other night that he sometimes sees John Cho at his gym, I squealed. I briefly considered joining the gym, but then I remembered I've Googled Cho's marital status so many times that I actually know off-hand he is unavailable.


  9. Cesar Ramirez Addresses Those Ugly Racism AllegationsRead the original story

    Friday Jan 16 | Eater

    Along with owner Moe Issa and their lawyers, Brooklyn Fare's chef talks to Eater about the lawsuit the restaurant is currently battling. A little over a month ago, Maimon Kirschenbaum, a notorious figure in the restaurant world, filed suit against the Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare on behalf of several former employees.


  10. Environmental Hygienists Announce Online Mould Training for China,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 11 | LivePressWorld

    The Environmental Hygienists Association has introduced online certified mould inspector and certified mould remediator training and certification for Asian property owners and contractors who want to be successful and effective in mould inspection, testing, removal, remediation, and prevention. Montrose, MI, January 11, 2015 - To help Asians find and get rid of toxic mould growth in homes, workplaces, and commercial buildings, the Environmental Hygienists Association has introduced online training and certification for property owners and contractors to protect properties in China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Korea, Japan, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, and elsewhere in Asia.


  11. Match-fixing claims continue to haunt Japan's AguirreRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 11 | The Star Online

    Japan coach Javier Aguirre attempted on Sunday to brush off intrigue into his role in a Spanish match-fixing inquiry which continues to overshadow the holder's Asian Cup defence. Japan begin their campaign in Newcastle on Monday against debutants Palestine with a comfortable victory predicted for the Blue Samurai.


  12. Vancouver councillor upset over UNB professor's 'hate speech'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 7 | CBC News

    A University of New Brunswick vice-president is defending a professor's academic freedom in the wake of a recent complaint of racism. Kerry Jang, a Vancouver city councillor, complained to UNB about University of New Brunswick sociology Prof.


  13. UNB prof's allegedly racist views spark complaintRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 7 | CBC News

    The University of New Brunswick is being asked to investigate the allegedly racist views of a sociology professor, who argues that the influx of Asian immigrants is threatening Canada's European character. Kerry Jang, a Vancouver city councillor, complained to UNB about Duchesne.


  14. A newly modest China? Official's reassurances raise eyebrows in US.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 7 | Christian Science Monitor

    Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang expressed deference to the US at the US-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade in Chicago last month. For the past two years, China has been riding buoyantly on the crest of a diplomatic wave; the Asian giant is widely seen at home and abroad as the natural heir to the United States ' mantle as the world's leading superpower. 2 comments

  15. Gloria T. August: Not just another battleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 4 | Daily Camera

    Albert Siegel offers the well-known pap about the Japanese thinking vis-a-vis its imperial expansion into East and Southeast Asia from 1898 through the defeat of Japan in 1947. Is he a recent arrival to the library of historical perspective? Who doesn't know the Japanese point of view? Any decent Asian historian would know of and has probably written about the Japanese perspective in the last 60 years.


  16. Stand by Me Doraemon Tops 2014 Anime Box OfficeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 3 | SciFi Japan

    STAND BY ME DORAEMON is now playing in other Asian countries, and an English dub premiered October 24th at the Tokyo International Film Festival 2014. Doraemon, the sympathetic and protective cat robot from the 22nd century created by Fujiko f.


  17. Revisiting controversy in the Year of the SheepRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 3 | The Japan Times

    The year 2015 will not be a quiet one for Japan or its people as the region marks the 70th anniversary of the end of the Fifteen Year War , the Pacific War and Japanese colonialism in Korea and Taiwan. There will be a series of awkward dates marked by ceremonies of commemoration and opportunities for quiet reflection on the horrors of war, man's capacity for inhumanity and crosscurrents of forgiveness and forgetting, anger and closure. 20 comments

  18. AirAsia crash: Budget carriers will still fly highRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 2 | The Straits Times

    Indonesia AirAsia Flight QZ8501 that crashed into the Java Sea on Sunday was the third fatal incident last year involving airlines from South-east Asia. Coming only months after the devastating loss of Malaysia Airlines' Flight MH370 over the Indian Ocean and Flight MH17 over Ukraine, the latest incident would have raised concerns among some travellers about flying on South-east Asian airlines, particularly Malaysian carriers.


  19. East Asia didn't go to war in 2014. It won't do so in 2015 either. Here's why.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 2 | The Straits Times

    Few years in recent decades dawned with as much of a sense of pessimism as 2014. One consistent theme in the predictions for the year was that 2014 looked eerily similar to 1914.


  20. Age old problems leave Asian Cup an open raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 1 | The Nation

    The Asian Cup heads to Australia for the first time next month with the scars of a woeful 2014 World Cup for the continent and the recurring problems of match-fixing and swift sackings leaving the tournament wide open. Holders Japan are favourites to win a record extending fifth continental title but dark clouds hang over their coach Javier Aguirre after he became embroiled in a Spanish match-fixing case dating back to his time as Real Zaragoza boss.