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  1. 626 Night Market open for Independence Day weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | Pasadena Star-News

    Calvin Chu performs during the 626 Night Market at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, Calif., on Friday, Thursday, July 18, 2014. ARCADIA >> An offering of culinary delights and live entertainment will kick off Friday at the 626 Night Market for those who prefer not to fire up a grill and deal with clean-up during Independence Day weekend.

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  2. 626 Night Market open for Independence Day weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Whittier Daily News

    Calvin Chu performs during the 626 Night Market at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, Calif., on Friday, Thursday, July 18, 2014. ARCADIA >> An offering of culinary delights and live entertainment will kick off Friday at the 626 Night Market for those who prefer not to fire up a grill and deal with clean-up during Independence Day weekend.

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  3. 10 Smartest Countries in AsiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | Insider Monkey

    What are the factors that contributed to high IQ levels of population in 10 smartest countries in Asia ? Are Asians naturally smarter than the rest of us? Is there something in that region of the world that helps breed geniuses? Are they simply born smart or is there something else? In the last century we have seen the stereotype about Asians changing from cheap laborers, working hard in their rice paddies, to smartest people on the planet.

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  4. Funds, insurers drive recruitment in Hong KongRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | South China Morning Post

    Christine Houston, founder and managing director of headhunting advisory firm ESGI, which specialises in recruiting senior executives for financial firms, says the first half has been busier than last year. Photo: Nora Tam While banks such as HSBC are laying off staff, many fund companies and insurers are in a hiring mode to tap the growing opportunities stemming from the rapid growth in the number of wealthy Asians.

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  5. Story of Japan's industrial rise deserves to be told, forced labor and allRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 24 | The Japan Times

    On June 28 in Germany, the UNESCO World Heritage Committee will begin considering this year's nominations to the World Heritage list. The 10-day session is normally quiet, and acceptance of the proposals - having been vetted by an advisory body called the International Council on Monuments and Sites - is considered routine.

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  6. Next-wave Japan brands stand to score big in emerging Asia: JWTRead the original story

    Monday Jun 22 | The Nation

    JAPANESE companies that develop a clear brand idea, play up provenance and shed the innovative-but-unglamorous label have an unprecedented opportunity in emerging Asia, according to international advertising agency J Walter Thompson . A new wave of Japanese companies is moving swiftly into Asia's high-growth emerging markets to offset slowing sales and an ageing market back home.

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  7. The best in spa and wellness in AsiaRead the original story

    Sunday Jun 21 | The Star Online

    Are you in the well? Yes, that's bad English but it's a nod to the common joke that Asians reference about bad English. "The Global Spa & Wellness Economy Monitor values wellness tourism at US$3.4tril , a number that's expected to continue to grow exponentially each year," said Wego chief marketing officer Joachim Holte.

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  8. Decoding the Scene From Dylann Roof's "Favorite Film"Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 20 | Mother Jones

    Among the many violent and racist images in the apparent manifesto of Dylann Roof, the alleged mass murderer, is something slightly more exotic: a reference to the 2011 ultra-violent Japanese crime drama, Himizu . The manifesto uncovered on Saturday morning reads: "To take a saying from my favorite film, 'Even if my life is worth less than a speck of dirt, I want to use it for the good of society'."

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  9. Martin Currie: The investment house with a taste for Asia's mix of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 20 | Daily Mail

    With all investment eyes on the economic basket case that is Greece, it is difficult to find anyone in the City with a view on anything other than whether the country will default on its debts. But there is one brave individual willing to air an opinion on investment opportunities, rather than talk about the dangers to stock and bond markets of Greece going into meltdown - Andrew Graham, head of Asian equities at investment house Martin Currie.

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  10. At home and abroad, worries mount over Obamaa s trade pactRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | The Miami Herald

    The Hyundai Shanghai ship sits docked as cranes load and unload containers at the Port of Los Angeles in Los Angeles, California, U.S., on Thursday, June 11, 2015. While the House of Representatives reversed itself and voted 218-208 to advance the trade promotion measure on Thursday, June 18, 2015, President Barack Obama will face a much heavier lift in coming months in getting Congress on board with the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a 12-nation deal.

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  11. At home and abroad, worries mount over Obama's trade pactRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | McClatchy

    His long struggle to get Congress to give him trade promotion authority portends a much larger fight over his plan to deliver a Pacific Rim trade pact that would rank as the largest in history. While the House of Representatives reversed itself and voted 218-208 to advance the trade promotion measure on Thursday, Obama will face a much heavier lift in coming months in getting Congress on board with the Trans-Pacific Partnership , a 12-nation deal that would include Japan and Vietnam.

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  12. Football: Guam stun India, Japan draw in World Cup qualifyingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 16 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Guam stunned India to move to the top of their 2018 World Cup qualifying group on Tuesday, while Japan saw their campaign get off to a rocky start as they were held to a goalless draw by Singapore. Singapore's goalkeeper Mohamad Izwan Bin Mahbud catches the ball against Japan's defender Tomoaki Makino during the 2018 FIFA World Cup football qualifying match between in Saitama.

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  13. Today in history: Gervinho powers Ivory Coast to World Cup victoryRead the original story

    Monday Jun 15 | Ghanamma.com

    On 15th June, 2014, a superb second half performance saw Ivory Coast rally from a goal down to beat Japan 2-1 in a hugely entertaining Group C game in Itaipava Arena Pernambuco, Recife, Pernambuco. A delicate Gervinho header in the 66th minute proved priceless as the African giants picked up their first ever victory in an opening fixture at the World Cup.

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  14. Obama's Troubled 'Anti-China' Trade Pact Probably Contains A Secret Pro-China TrapdoorRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 13 | Forbes.com

    A former editor for Forbes and the Financial Times, Eamonn Fingleton spent 27 years monitoring East Asian economics from a base in Tokyo. In September 1987 he issued the first of several predictions of the Tokyo banking crash and went on in "Blindside," a controversial 1995 analysis that was praised by John Kenneth Galbraith and Bill Clinton, to show that a heedless America was fast losing its formerly vaunted leadership in advanced manufacturing -- and particularly in so-called producers' goods -- to Japan.

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  15. Congratulations To Ariana Miyamoto, The Japanese Half (Hafu) Beauty...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 13 | Forbes.com

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

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  16. Despite being a womanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 11 | The Economist

    INDIA's bachelor leader, Narendra Modi, struggles with the opposite sex. Last year he tried to be seen to revere his mother by rushing to her side after his big election victory.

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  17. Astounding claimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 11 | The Economist

    ASIANS are becoming older and richer, which should mean plenty of business for insurers. Age, after all, increases the need for health insurance; wealth brings property to protect.

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  18. Basketball: Asian journalists at NBA Finals in US share their thoughts on the series so farRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 10 | The Straits Times

    Judging by the striking number of Asians among journalists that were in Oakland, California, and now here in Cleveland, Ohio covering this year's NBA Finals, basketball is becoming a major export of the United States. Indeed, America's NBA appears to becoming to Asia what the EPL is to Singapore.

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  19. The Asian way to settle disputesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 9 | The Straits Times

    China has refused to participate in an arbitration launched by the Philippines regarding their disputes in the South China Sea. Japan has refused to acknowledge that it has a dispute with China regarding Senkaku/Diaoyu.

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  20. Asian parents: Your kids are not robotsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 8 | CNN

    Asian-American kids who want to enter elite colleges are getting coaches to teach them how to be "less Asian" Jeff Yang is a columnist for The Wall Street Journal Online and contributes frequently to radio shows, including Public Radio International's "The Takeaway" and WNYC's "The Brian Lehrer Show." He is the co-author of "I Am Jackie Chan: My Life in Action" and editor of the graphic novel anthologies "Secret Identities" and "Shattered."

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