Beijing Cracks Down on Illegal Drug Use
August 20, 2014
Beijing Cracks Down on Illegal Drug Use
Beijing police are cracking down on illegal drug use among Chinese and foreigners alike.
Beijing Cracks Down on Illegal Drug Use
<i>Jet Black and the Ninja Wind</i>: Slice-and-Dice of a Japanese Myth
August 15, 2014
Jet Black and the Ninja Wind: Slice-and-Dice of a Japanese Myth
Ninjutsu, cryptography and ancient history come together in a high-octane adventure. The best part: the hero is a teenage girl.
Jet Black and the Ninja Wind: Slice-and-Dice of a Japanese Myth
South Korea Makes Return to Little League World Series
August 14, 2014
South Korea Makes Return to Little League World Series
It’s been 30 years since they last appeared – and won – but South Korea looks a good chance for the title.
South Korea Makes Return to Little League World Series
Teaching English in Korea: Closing Doors
August 13, 2014
Teaching English in Korea: Closing Doors
South Korea prefers monolingual language teachers from high-income companies.
Teaching English in Korea: Closing Doors
Women: The Economic Saviors of Japan?
August 10, 2014
Women: The Economic Saviors of Japan?
Abe’s plans for womenomics is likely to run into some stubborn realities.
Women: The Economic Saviors of Japan?
Killing of Chinese Student in LA a Wake-Up Call
August 07, 2014
Killing of Chinese Student in LA a Wake-Up Call
Chinese are shocked at the murder of Ji Xinran, the third Chinese USC student to be killed in three years.
Killing of Chinese Student in LA a Wake-Up Call
Japan: Hate Speech vs. Free Speech
August 04, 2014
Japan: Hate Speech vs. Free Speech
With rising anti-Korean demonstrations, could Japan rethink its position on allowing hate speech?
Japan: Hate Speech vs. Free Speech
China’s Ivy League Love Affair
July 31, 2014
China’s Ivy League Love Affair
Without investing in its own higher education, China will fail to slow its“brain drain” to Western universities.
China’s Ivy League Love Affair
Ji Cheng Becomes First Chinese to Finish Tour de France
July 31, 2014
Ji Cheng Becomes First Chinese to Finish Tour de France
Could the rider spur a road cycling boom in China?
Ji Cheng Becomes First Chinese to Finish Tour de France
Cambodia’s Ongoing Human Trafficking Problem
July 28, 2014
Cambodia’s Ongoing Human Trafficking Problem
The country still sees a trade in girls as young as five years old.
Cambodia’s Ongoing Human Trafficking Problem
Jeremy Lin’s Lakers Opportunity
July 24, 2014
Jeremy Lin’s Lakers Opportunity
The NBA star will need to put up a big season in Los Angeles.
Jeremy Lin’s Lakers Opportunity
Japan’s Better Hafu
July 22, 2014
Japan’s Better Hafu
Can Japan’s laws keep up with its emerging internationalization?
Japan’s Better Hafu
Migrant Brides in South Korea
July 21, 2014
Migrant Brides in South Korea
The government will need to see international marriages as more than just a means of ensuring a future workforce.
Migrant Brides in South Korea
Masahiro Tanaka Injury Derails Fairytale MLB Start
July 17, 2014
Masahiro Tanaka Injury Derails Fairytale MLB Start
After a stellar start to baseball Stateside, the Japanese pitcher is likely out for the rest of the season.
Masahiro Tanaka Injury Derails Fairytale MLB Start
‘Linsanity’ Comes to Los Angeles
July 14, 2014
‘Linsanity’ Comes to Los Angeles
The Taiwanese-American basketball sensation Jeremy Lin has been traded to the LA Lakers.
‘Linsanity’ Comes to Los Angeles
Japanese Women Fight to Break the Bamboo Ceiling
July 14, 2014
Japanese Women Fight to Break the Bamboo Ceiling
Amid all the talk of ‘womenomics,’ where do women really stand in Japanese society?
Japanese Women Fight to Break the Bamboo Ceiling
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