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  1. The ultimate bathing experienceRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Korea Herald

    For travelers who have a bit of time to check out Hungary, thermal baths, the biggest and most famous in Europe, are the snapshot of society and the people there. Asian countries like Korea and Japan also share the culture of thermal bathing.

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  2. New Japan Industry Minister Fends Off Early CriticismRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Wall Street Journal

    Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Yoichi Miyazawa speaks to the media after visiting Prime Minister Shinzo Abe at his official residence in Tokyo on Oct. 20, 2014. Japan's new industry minister, Yoichi Miyazawa, is already fending off criticism over two issues just days since taking on the job after his predecessor, Yuko Obuchi, was felled by revelations of accounting irregularities at her supporters group.

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  3. 45 Couples Who'll Make You Rethink Matching With Your S.O.Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Refinery 29

    In relationships, some prefer to keep their love on the down low , some proudly smooch in public , and others wear their hearts on their coordinating sleeves. In Asian countries like China, Japan, and particularly South Korea, wearing " couple shirts " is the equivalent of making things Facebook official.

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  4. Coach asks Qatar to give it all against DPR KoreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Peninsula

    ABOVE: Aung Thu of Myanmar fights for the ball with Fahad Ali of Qatar during their AFC U-19 Championship semi-final in Yangon on Monday. BOTTOM: Jo Kwang Myong of DPR Korea in action with Abdiew Asliddin of Uzbekistan during their semi-final on Monday.

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  5. How High Is Your Horizon?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Psychology Today

    Not long ago, on an ordinary school day in Japan, a team of researchers crammed themselves into a first-grade classroom. They passed out art supplies to the students, along with some simple instructions: Draw a landscape, including at least a house, a tree, a person, and a horizon.

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  6. Japanese food companies hope to expand ASEAN presence through Oishii Japan fairRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Channelnewsasia.com

    An increasing number of these companies are going the extra mile to get their products Halal-certified, food products from Fukushima are also hoping to find regional distributors. Olive Beef from Kagawa prefecture comes from cows fed with dried pressed olives, resulting in a superior wagyu beef that is healthier and tastes lighter.

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  7. 9 trends impacting where foreign homebuyers park their moneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 13 | Inman Real Estate News

    What's trending in the luxury international market? FIABCI, the International Real Estate Federation, is an excellent resource whether you serve international clients who purchase in your local market or you play in the bigger international arena. I recently had a chance to chat with Bill Endsley, the secretary general of FIABCI.

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  8. Integrate This: Demystifying the Asian marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 12 | Creative Loafing Tampa

    Basic Asian philosophy is about balance. For many non-Asians crossing the threshold of an Asian market, confusion often overrides balance.

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  9. Asian buyers dominate a depleted Inglis ready-to-run saleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 8 | The Age

    William Inglis can thank three leading Asian racing communities for turning their second Ready2Race sale at Newmarket on Tuesday from a hard slog into a successful venture after nearly $6 million was paid for 82 thoroughbreds. Hong Kong had the most firepower with a big contingent of the colony's main trainers present.

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  10. Xi Jinping emerges as forceful No. 1 - rewriting China's power playbookRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 8 | Christian Science Monitor

    China's President Xi Jinping waits to greet Cuba's First Vice President of the Council of State Miguel Diaz-Canel at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing in this June 18, 2013 file photo. With a speed and toughness not imagined when he took China's top job as head of the Communist Party, President Xi Jinping has not only consolidated power but is overseeing such an extensive crackdown that some wonder if he's accrued too much power.

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  11. Biography of Emperor Hirohito a whitewash: US historian Herbert BixRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 7 | South China Morning Post

    Herbert Bix, the respected US historian and author of Hirohito and the Making of Modern Japan , has launched a withering criticism of the Imperial Household Agency for attempting to whitewash the emperor's responsibility for the second world war. In an opinion article for The New York Times , Bix said the release in early September of the 61-volume, 12,000-page official biography of Emperor Hirohito should have been an "occasion for reflection" on a conflict that claimed the lives of 20 million Asians.

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  12. Dinner Event Focuses on Asian American Identity, Email ThreatRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 7 | Harvard Crimson

    The Harvard College Japan Initiative hosted a dinner with visiting professor of Japanese studies Christine R. Yano in Cabot House Living Room Monday. The group of roughly 20 students discussed Asian American identity and the racially charged death threat emailed to some Harvard affiliates last weekend, among other topics.

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  13. Vancouver is fast becoming Fat Cat City as luxury purchase opportunities pile upRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 6 | Canada.com

    Craig Stowe, president of Luxury & Supercar Weekend, proudly displays a $350,000 2015 McLaren 650S, right, and a black 2014 Lotus Evora - a mere $98,000 - on Wednesday at Oakridge Mall Galleria in Vancouver. In a city where a million-dollar home doesn't even raise an eyebrow, luxury condos and luxury goods go hand-in-hand.

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  14. Never cross your feet in JapanRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 30 | Stuff.co.nz

    Placing your chopsticks the wrong way, showing the soles of your feet, or handing over a business card incorrectly can all be causes for a business relationship with overseas partners to fail. Doing business in a country that's not your own can open up a Pandora's box of cultural clangers.

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  15. Asia's overcrowded citiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Bangkok Post

    Down a concrete path, between rail tracks that buzz with each approaching train and a river choked by plastic and raw sewage, Asih Binti Arif cradles her baby and reflects on dreams gone dark. Five years ago, Mrs Arif and her husband left impoverished Madura Island, joining migrants throughout the Indonesian archipelago seeking a better life here in the capital.

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  16. Asia's overcrowded citiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Bangkok Post

    Down a concrete path, between rail tracks that buzz with each approaching train and a river choked by plastic and raw sewage, Asih Binti Arif cradles her baby and reflects on dreams gone dark. JAKARTA - Down a concrete path, between rail tracks that buzz with each approaching train and a river choked by plastic and raw sewage, Asih Binti Arif cradles her baby and reflects on dreams gone dark..

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  17. Upscale Din Tai Fung Bellevue model sets precedence for future locationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Northwest Asian Weekly

    What many don't know about Din Tai Fung's humble beginnings is of its earliest days as a store selling cooking oil. It was a struggling business that transitioned in 1972, from selling oil to serving steamed soup dumplings out of a small storefront on Taipei's XinYi Road.

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  18. Bogus racialism and real tribalismRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 23 | Cape Cod Times

    Ever-sillier attempts to classify Americans by race keep popping up on government forms. Race is mostly arbitrary to begin with, but the forms ask for categories that are grammatically arbitrary as well.

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  19. Legions of poor moving to Asia cities cling to dreams of shedding life of povertyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 23 | The Japan Times

    Down a concrete path, between rail tracks that buzz with each approaching train and a river choked by plastic and raw sewage, Asih Binti Arif cradles her baby and reflects on dreams gone dark. Five years ago, Arif and her husband left impoverished Madura Island, joining migrants throughout the Indonesian archipelago seeking a better life in the capital.

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  20. When it comes to history, black is black and white is whiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2014 | China Daily

    The month of September is held solemn by many Chinese no matter where they are. It was on Sept 18, 1931, that troops of the Japanese Imperial Army raided a railway station in Shenyang, Liaoning province and set off a chain reaction that eventually escalated into the Japanese occupation of northeast China.

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