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  1. BEIJING: Three pillars to hold up AsiaRead the original story

    Yesterday | Asia News Network

    Countries should work together with a common commitment to maintain peace and stability for a community of shared destiny In the age of globalisation, the interests of countries have never been so closely interconnected. More and more Asians have come to realise that Asia is a community of shared destiny.

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  2. China building airstrip-capable island near disputed watersRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seattle Times

    A major reclamation project by the Chinese government on a tiny reef 500 miles from the mainland would enable China to land military aircraft there, expanding China's reach into the contested South China Sea, analysts have said. Their report came as a group affiliated with the People's Liberation Army hosted an international weekend conference in Beijing designed to showcase President Xi Jinping's call for a new regional security architecture based on the concept of Asia for Asians, an idea that minimizes the role of the United States.

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  3. Talent Strategies in Asia: Do Asian Leaders Behave Differently?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | Forbes.com

    I am Founder and Principal at Bersin by Deloitte , leading provider of research-based membership programs in human resources , talent and learning. Hundreds of the Global 2000 and Fortune 1000 use our proven people strategies to drive exceptional business results.

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  4. The roots of strategic distrust: the US, China, Japan and Asean in East AsiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | The Straits Times

    The US and China are groping towards a new equilibrium in their relationships with each other and with other countries in East Asia. This is the central strategic issue of our times.

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  5. Is Japan the missing link in China's grand Asia-Pacific dream?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | Russia Taday

    Jhinuk Chowdhury is a former journalist based in India and is currently working as an independent writer. Jhinuk can be reached at jhinuk.cchowdhury@gmail.com The reason behind China's 'frosty' handshake with Japan is the significant role it plays in President Xi's Asia-Pacific dream. 10 comments

  6. Apec summit shows China wants bigger regional roleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 16 | The Straits Times

    The Apec summit in Beijing may be remembered more for tangible outcomes such as the first steps taken towards a Pacific Rim trade pact, but its biggest legacy probably lies in being a stage for China to stake its intent to play a bigger leadership role in the region. The unknown is whether China is going to do so by working within the existing international systems under US leadership or by challenging it from the outside.

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  7. Bulk retailer Costco sees potential growth in demand for Australian produce in international outletsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 16 | ABC News

    Their shops are called warehouses and products are sold in bulk, while customers are known as 'members' and actually pay a fee to shop there. The multinational wholesale chain Costco is a different retail experience, and it's one that's gaining popularity, with a seventh Australian store to open in South Australia this week.

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  8. China wants bigger regional roleRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 15 | The Star Online

    Top leaders: Obama and Xi shaking hands during a press conference at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China. - EPA The Asia-Pacific Dream is seen as an extension of the China Dream, which envisages a stronger and more confident China at home and abroad.

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  9. Comment on Proof That Whites Inherently Hate Us by danRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 15 | Asian Week

    I think whites feel inferior, that's why they call everyone else the "minority". Whites hate anyone who doesn't look like them.

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  10. BEIJING: Apec summit shows China wants bigger regional roleRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 13 | Asia News Network

    The Apec summit in Beijing may be remembered more for tangible outcomes such as the first steps taken towards a Pacific Rim trade pact, but its biggest legacy probably lies in being a stage for China to stake its intent to play a bigger leadership role in the region. The unknown is whether China is going to do so by working within the existing international systems under US leadership or by challenging it from the outside.

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  11. Bulgaria, Romania To Attract Asian Tourists With Joint EffortsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | Sofia News Agency

    Bulgaria and Romania will develop joint tourist projects to attract more tourists from China , Japan and India , said Bulgaria's Tourism Minister Nikolina Angelkova after a meeting with Florin-Nicolae Jianu, Romania 's Minister for SME's, Business Environment and Tourism. Meanwhile, Angelkova told journalists that in 2013 Bulgaria was visited by 940 000 Romanian tourists , out of almost 7 million foreign tourists.

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  12. U.S. Startups Meet Asian Investors: Five Tips For Smoothing Cultural EdgesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | Forbes.com

    Twenty years ago when our team first began our careers as a venture capitalists and startup advisers, expanding into Asia was a luxury. Most entrepreneurs started here, conquered the U.S. and European markets, then perhaps launched a small Asian presence, mostly just to "check the box" as part of their pre-IPO activities to build buzz and credibility.

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  13. Top 100 Global Finalist Help US Businesses Connect to Asia; Looking for US Businesses to Partner WithRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 13 | PR.com

    Seoul-based EdTech startup SMATOOS, announced today that it has been selected as a candidate for Red Herring's 2014 Top 100 Global award, a prestigious recognition honoring the year's most audacious and far-reaching private technology companies and entrepreneurs from across the globe. SMATOOS connects US businesses to the Asian enterprise market using their popular BeNative service.

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  14. Kawasaki DiseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Advance

    By Meredith Beard, PA-C, Ashley Badenhorst, PA-C, Rebecca Benash, PA-C, and Jean Covino, DHSc, MPA, PA-C Kawasaki disease is a vasculitis that is often misdiagnosed and therefore mismanaged in children. KD is a great masquerader in the way it presents, allowing it to go unnoticed.

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  15. Xi's In the MoneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 7 | Foreign Policy

    Asian countries are wary about Beijing's growing power, and happy that America's made a forceful stand in the region. But China still brings home the bacon.

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  16. Does culture hinder our drive to prosperity?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 7 | Jamaica Observer

    CIRCUMSTANCES make heroes. When the economic history of our nation is penned, Dr Peter Philips may well be our iconic minister of finance.

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  17. Ivanhoe Pictures Scales 'The Walled City' With YA Novel Acquisition: AFMRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | Deadline

    Young Adult arena, Ivanhoe Pictures has acquired film rights to action-adventure novel The Walled City . The book by Ryan Graudin was just published on November 4 by Little Brown Books for Young Readers.

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  18. Top museum in Thailand recounts gruesome historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | WPTV Local News

    The steep rock walls of Thailand's Hellfire Pass symbolize the slavery, starvation, torture and lost lives of thousands of POWs and Asian civilians during World War II, when Japan forced them to build the infamous Death Railway to boost its invasion of Burma. At today's Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum, visitors can share the misery and memories of those years, and learn from survivors who tell what happened and why.

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  19. Asian leaders high on Forbes' power listRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | Iol.co.za

    Twenty-one Asians were among the most powerful people in the world, according to an annual list by Forbes, with Chinese President Xi Jinping judged the most influential in the region. Xi was ranked third in Forbes' list of 72 people, published in the United States on Wednesday, behind Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Barack Obama.

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  20. Hellfire Pass: TripAdvisor's top museum in Thailand recounts gruesome historyRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 6 | WICU12 Erie

    The steep rock walls of Thailand's Hellfire Pass symbolize the slavery, starvation, torture and lost lives of thousands of POWs and Asian civilians during World War II, when Japan forced them to build the infamous Death Railway to boost its invasion of Burma. At today's Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum, visitors can share the misery and memories of those years, and learn from survivors who tell what happened and why.

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