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International
How Is China Securing Its LNG Needs?
Special Contribution
By Nikos Tsafos
In 2017, China surpassed South Korea to become the world’s second-largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) importer. In a few years, it might overtake Japan. But how is China securing its LNG needs? ...

Bangladesh Urgently Needs International Efforts in Resolving the Rohingya Crisis
Special Contribution
By Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury
It seems Rohingya refugee issue is going to get worse with Saudi Arabia and India expelling Rohingyas. At the same time, for Bangladesh, Indian authority’s illogical and unacceptable ...

29th Anniversary of "Black January" Recalled
Special Contribution
By Azerbaijan Embassy in Seoul
On Jan. 20, 1990, Azerbaijan's capital city of Baku was invaded by 26,000 Soviet troops, which, at the order of the Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev and his Politburo, stormed the city and began ...

Special Column:
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Special Contribution
By Melissa Martin
North America, South America, Africa, Europe, Asia, Australia, Antarctica. Humans live, work, and play on the 7 continents. Humans sail the seas. Humans fly the skies. And humans read online ...

Air India: Low Price But Top Service
Korea Country Manager Kishore Kumar Tells of Secrets
By Tariq Patras
International Correspondent
Air India, originally established in 1932, flies 37 international destinations with its 163 aircraft. Simply the Indian national flag carrier offers low prices yet top quality services to its customers. ...

2018: A Year of Progress and Success for Korea-U.S. Trade and Investment
Looking back over the past twelve months, it is clear that the close trade and investment relationship of Korea and the United States has grown warmer, better integrated, and ready for future successes. ...

Year of Zayed: A Glance at Some of the Achievements of the UAE Founder
The year 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of the Founding Father of the United Arab Emirates, the late President Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, May Allah rest his soul in peace. The ...

Colombian Foreign Minister Meets with Press
Colombian Foreign Minister Carlos Holmes Trujillo visited South Korea on Dec. 17-18, 2018 as part of his Asian tour including China and Japan. To the Colombian foreign minister, South Korea was the ...

Welcome to UAE
The United Arab Emirates is a modern and dynamic country that attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists annually. The UAE has become on the top list of preferred destinations in the world thanks ...

"Qatar National Day 2018" Marked in Seoul
HE Mohamed Abdulla Al-Dehaimi, ambassador of the State of Qatar to the Republic of Korea, hosted a dinner reception at Shilla Hotel in Seoul on Dec. 10, 2018 on the occasion of the national day of ...

KITA Hosts Luncheon Meeting with US Ambassador to Seoul Harry B. Harris Jr.
Responding to the Xinjiang Surveillance State — and Its Likely Progeny
ASIA’s 50 Best Restaurants Returns to Macau
Online Learning
Rethinking U.S. Strategy in the Pacific Islands
UAE Women and Their Role in the Society
Nobel Prizwinner Seamus Heaney's Homeplace
Will the Election Results Turn the Tide on Trade?
Antisemitism, Anti-Zionism and Enemies of Humanity
Babri Mosque Demolished on Dec. 6, 1992




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Asia Watch by George Zhibin Gu
Federation:
The Best Choice for Taiwan & China
The realities between Taiwan and mainland China are 'economically hot, politically cold.' Their ever-increasing economic ties demand far better political relations. One highly feasible resolution is a 'federation.' Would it work? The answer: economically, the time is right; politically, it is only few steps ... more
Other Articles by George Zhibin Gu
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Learning Languages the Easy Way?
The ad stated you could learn Spanish, French, or Japanese or other foreign languages in the time it takes to listen to a few CDs for the very low cost of less than $20.00. Maybe. It all depends on the meaning of learning a language. What will you be able to do after listening to a few CDs? No much in all likelihood. ... more
Other Articles by Domenico Maceri
    Legal and Illegal Immigration: A ...
    World Cup: Beyond the Soccer Field
    John Kelly's Fails English and History
    Trump's Tiny Heart and DACA's Repeal
    Yesterday's Immigrants: Better Than ...
SOUTH ASIA MONITOR BY B. GAUTAM
India and The Oscars
India's Oscars fiasco is growing bigger, and no one seems to care. Aamir Khan's debut, "Taare Zameen Par," is the country's nominee for the 2009 Best Foreign Language Academy Award. The work undoubtedly ... more
Other Articles by Gautaman Bhaskaran
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    Egypt's First Edition of El Gouna ...
    El Gouna Film Festival Opens with ...
    New Egypt's El Gouna Film Festival to ...
    India Stands Shamed after Racial ...
Getway with John Hagan
Harry Lime's Vienna
So what if it is the city of Mozart, Strauss, Haydn, Beethoven, Klimt, the majestic Schonbrunn Palace, the exquisite baroque Belvedere, and all the glories of Hapsburg indulgence! Call me a lowbrow , a philistine if you like, but I wasnt lured ... more
Other Articles by John Hagan
    Nobel Prizwinner Seamus Heaney's ...
    Paddock To Plate at Ballymaloe
    24 Hours in Belfast
    24 Hours In Dublin
    24 Hours in Helsinki
Middle East News by Yasser Moailek
Gazan Weapons Dealer Reveals All
Rafah City resident Abu Mohammed whipped out his modern mobile phone and quickly dialed a number, before starting a concise conversation with the other side. "Hello. Please send me 750 watermelons and five crutches, and make that fast," Abu Mohammed ... more
Other Articles by Yasser AbuMoailek
    Korean FM's Visit to Palestine ...
    Heated Campaigning But Friendly ...
    "Reform and Change" Wins Hamas ...
    Tunneling as a Life in Rafah, Gaza ...
    Abu Mazen Liked by US, Israel as ...
THIRD WORLDER By Rolando Fuertes Jr.
Shisha: An Arab Delight, a Taste of Home
MANAMA, Bahrain ? An Arab man leans back in his chair as he blows smoke rings in the air. The smell of apple is much like the scent of baking an apple over a wood fire. So thick is the smell of apple tobacco inside the coffee shop you can almost taste it as it escapes ... more
Other Articles by Rolando M. Fuertes Jr.
    Third Worlder: "World, Read My ...
    Arab Countries Burdened with ...
    Women Empowerment Must Start at ...
    Obesity in Arab World Is on Rise
Window on Japan
The 47 Samurai That Never Were
Tokyo, Nov. 27, 2003 ? In the winter of 1703, following the revenge killing of a court official who had disgraced and caused the self inflicted death of the local lord to whom they owed allegiance, over 40 samurai willingly, happily even, slit open their own ... more
Other Articles by Mark Buckton
    Asia's Biggest Fashion Festas in ...
    Korean Girls Shine at Tokyo’s ...
    China’s Blind-Eye towards NK ...
    Why Is Seoul Afraid of the ICJ?
    Korean Dokdo Actions Smack of ...
Tragedy in Sudan
Is Appalling Atrocity Genocide?
As he began speaking, Majok lowered his small cocoa-colored eyes and stared intensely at the ground. It was the summer of 2002 and I had just flown thousands of miles deep into the war zone of Sudan, the largest country in Africa, to interview former slaves. ... more
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