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  1. 'A Cloak for Discrimination': Trump order reminds Asian-Americans of laws against themRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | ABC News

    An American soldier guards a crowd of Japanese American internees at an internment camp at Manzanar, California during World War II. President Trump's controversial immigration order has played out on the national stage with protests , court rulings and now a promise by the president to replace the travel ban.

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  2. experts offer policy proposals, insights on U.S.-Asia relationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 15 | Stanford

    Stanford scholars are encouraging the new administration to consider steps to alleviate the uncertainty and anxiety felt by countries in East Asia about U.S. intentions toward the region. President Donald Trump's anti-China rhetoric during his campaign and his recent withdrawal of the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership have contributed to the unease in the region, which is drifting in ways that are unfavorable for American interests, they said.

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  3. Vogue Celebrates Diversity With Karlie Kloss In YellowfaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | Switched

    American Vogue's March issue - with its cover featuring a cast of multiracial and body-positive models - was supposed to be a celebration of diversity and inclusion, according to a blog post promoting it. But photos apparently leaked from the issue allude to quite the opposite, and have a lot of people wondering: This, again? The problematic photos, which found their way to the internet Tuesday, show supermodel Karlie Kloss dressed as a Japanese geisha posing throughout Japan's Ise-Shima National Park in an article titled, "Spirited Away."

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  4. Tooning inRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 12 | Bangkok Post

    The animation industry is booming in Asia and as the talent pool deepens, more homegrown hits are expected to emerge Most of the clients of the Bangkok-based game producer Studio Hive are from Japan. PhotoS courtesy of Studio Hive Big-budget American studio productions and old Japanese favourites tend to come to mind when the talk turns to the artistic and commercial success of the animation industry.

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  5. Does Trump Want a 19th-Century World Order?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | Yahoo!

    It marked the end of an era when British Prime Minister Harold Wilson announced in 1968 that British forces east of Suez would withdraw in 1971. The United Kingdom was no longer willing and able to sustain its overseas role.

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  6. Why America must engage with Asia-PacificRead the original story

    Friday Feb 10 | WICU12 Erie

    On the heels of Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis' successful trip to South Korea and Japan last week, and with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Washington this week, we have an important opportunity to reaffirm America's commitment to security and prosperity in the Asia-Pacific region. Seventy years ago, out of the ashes of a world war, America and our allies and partners built a rules-based international order -- one based on the principles of the rule of law, free peoples and free markets, open seas and open skies, and peaceful settlement of disputes.

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  7. Singaporeans not comfortable with robot-led teaching, transport: SurveyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 7 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Singaporeans were least comfortable with integrating artificial intelligence in education but were more acceptable to it being used in household controls, according to a study by Blackbox Research. Just over four in 10 Singaporeans, or 43 per cent, polled by Blackbox Research were keen on integrating AI in their children's education.

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  8. 'Immigration Act of 1917' Turns 100: America's Long History of Immigration PrejudiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 5 | Live Science

    One hundred years ago today , Congress passed the Immigration Act of 1917, the first legislation to dramatically limit immigration into the U.S. It introduced rulings that singled out specific countries and ethnicities, and included conditions that favored privilege over need. While many people view immigration as a cornerstone of America's journey and continued success as a country - a position outlined by White House representatives under President Barack Obama - sweeping restrictions such as those put forward in 1917 also shaped the United States' immigration story.

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  9. Immigration ban? We were there exactly 100 years ago todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 3 | KCTV5

    Many Americans are up in arms. But in fact, keeping out desperate souls seeking entry into America has deep roots.

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  10. Anti-immigration history repeats itself 100 years laterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 3 | Stars and Stripes

    Sunday marks the centennial of one of the darkest, most discriminatory immigration turns in American history: the passage of the Immigration Act of 1917. The law banned immigrants from the Asiatic Barred Zone, a new, massive region that included Saudi Arabia, most of China, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia.

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  11. 100 years and 16 presidents ago, a look at another anti-immigration actRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 2 | Carlsbad Current-Argus

    Now critics say history is repeating itself under President Trump. Demonstrators protest against President Trump's executive order temporarily suspending the entry of travelers from seven majority Muslim countries during a rally outside the Supreme Court on Jan. 30, 2017.

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  12. Hidden names, hidden figuresRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 2 | Columbia Spectator

    When I read about the recent incident in which several name tags featuring exclusively non-Western and East Asian names were ripped off multiple student doors in several residence halls, I thought of my name and how I have had the privilege of having an American name - Sarah - for all my life. I also had the privilege of being born in America and being raised in an American environment.

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  13. Modern East Asians Genes Resemble to Their Ancient AncestorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 2 | I4U Future Technology News

    Ancient DNA samples were taken from the relics left behind of East Asian populations in a Russian grotto. The stuff we are talking about is 8000 years old.

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  14. Spotlight: Korean Peninsula nuke issue, THAAD to be discussed by South Korean, U.S. defense chiefsRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 2 | Xinhuanet

    The first U.S. defense chief under Trump administration visited South Korea on Thursday, picking the Northeast Asian ally as his first overseas tour destination since he took office about two weeks earlier. James Mattis arrived here at about 12:30 p.m. local time before going to the headquarters of U.S. Forces Korea in central Seoul, where he was briefed by the USFK commander on security situations on the Korean Peninsula.

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  15. Ancient DNA reveals genetic 'continuity' between Stone Age and modern populations in East AsiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 1 | University of Cambridge

    In contrast to Western Europeans, new research finds contemporary East Asians are genetically much closer to the ancient hunter-gatherers that lived in the same region eight thousand years previously. The Ulchi and the ancient hunter-gatherers appeared to be almost the same population from a genetic point of view, even though there are thousands of years between them Researchers working on ancient DNA extracted from human remains interred almost 8,000 years ago in a cave in the Russian Far East have found that the genetic makeup of certain modern East Asian populations closely resemble that of their hunter-gatherer ancestors.

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  16. US Has Long History of Restricting ImmigrantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 31 | Voice of America

    President Donald Trump's executive orders last week limiting immigration to the U.S. may be the first such directives in recent years, but they are hardly the first time the U.S. government has sought to restrict immigration. The U.S. Constitution, which went into effect in 1789, gave Congress "absolute authority" over immigration law, says Linda Monk, who wrote a book about the Constitution called "The Words We Live By."

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  17. Asia targets tourism, education boost from Trump travel banRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 31 | Reuters

    Jan 31 Seeking to capitalise on U.S. President Donald Trump's controversial new travel restrictions, companies and officials in Asia said they would target greater tourism and education ties with Muslims worried about the curbs. Trump's Friday directive put a 120-day hold on allowing refugees into the country, an indefinite ban on refugees from Syria and a 90-day bar on citizens from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.

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  18. A Trump hammer on Asian nailsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 30 | The Nation

    Asians trying to decode President Donald Trump's strategy towards their region and perhaps wondering if there is any US strategy at all - have more to ponder now that the first Washington bigwig is visiting their region this week. Interestingly, it is not Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, who has a big network in these parts, but Defence Secretary James Mattis who is travelling to Asia.

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  19. Our history shows there's a dark side to 'Buy American'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 30 | The Washington Post

    Campaigns urging us to buy U.S.-made products are as old as the republic, but they are often shrouded in racism. Campaigns urging us to buy U.S.-made products are as old as the republic, but they are often shrouded in racism.

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  20. 15 Smartest Countries In Science, Not MathRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 26 | Insider Monkey

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