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  1. Eating cheese with chopsticks? Dairy Farmers is on a mission to woo Chinese-CanadiansRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | The Globe and Mail

    I recently cooked a creamy chicken corn soup, a blend of chicken and vegetables simmered with milk and topped with shredded mozzarella. The result was similar to chowder, but lighter, and featuring shiitake mushrooms, a staple in Asian cooking.


  2. Anxious Asian leaders eyes U.S. politicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | The Globe and Mail

    Barack Obama, who has dubbed himself "America's first Pacific President," made his sixth trip to the region last week to attend meetings in Manila and Kuala Lumpur. But now that there is little more than a year left of his presidency, the question on the minds of leaders of Association of Southeast Asian Nations countries is whether his successor, whoever she or he may be, would maintain this interest and, if not, whether they should seek to make accommodations with China.


  3. Asian CanadianRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 23 | The Georgia Straight

    Here's a collection of all of the Georgia Straight's Asian- and Asian Canadian- related coverage, including anything related to East, Southeast, and South Asian people and cultures. You can also follow us on Twitter at @GSasianCdn .


  4. Counter-protesters join kimono fray at MFARead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 18, 2015 |

    The debate has reached such a pitch that incoming MFA director Matthew Teitelbaum, who arrives in August, has announced plans for a future symposium, developed with input from MFA audiences, on art history and traditions of representation. It all began with a celebration last month for departing director Malcolm Rogers, when the museum invited visitors to "channel your inner Camille Monet" by trying on kimonos and posing for photos next to Claude Monet's painting "La Japonaise."


  5. Tourism likely won't be hurt by Viet Nam's dog-eating traditionRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 19 | VietNam News

    Last week, Viet Nam News asked its readers whether tourism industries are at risk in countries where dogs are eaten and whether a boycott of countries would be reasonable. Here are some of the comments: I don't eat dogs and also find this very unusual.


  6. Japan on course for sixth World CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 17 | The Age

    Japan edged closer to their sixth World Cup finals after a lacklustre 2-0 win over bottom side Cambodia that took an own goal to break the deadlock and a last-minute Keisuke Honda header to salvage some pride. The four-times Asian champions struggled as Cambodia defended resolutely and put pressure on a Japanese team lacking their usual flair and unable to convert from their trademark set-pieces.


  7. Teen Wolf 's Arden Cho calls out another whitewashed movie castingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 13 | She Knows

    A celebrity gossip junky, Caroline Goddard has been writing entertainment news for longer than the world has known Kim Kardashian's name. Follow her on Twitter at @GoddardCaroline.


  8. Asian powers look to lift this week in World Cup qualifyingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 9 | The New Zealand Herald

    " World Cup regulars Iran, Australia and Japan need to bounce back from some mediocre performances if they are to keep pace with Asian rival South Korea when qualifying for Brazil 2018 resumes Thursday. Australia needs to recover from a 2-0 defeat in Jordan last month that put the Socceroos four points behind the men from Amman in Group B, albeit with a game in hand.


  9. Willing to serveRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 9 | Mountain View Voice

    Mountain View resident Clifford Yip, 87, remembers growing up in California knowing that as a Chinese-American, his options could be limited. His family told him he had three obvious places to work: the grocery, a laundromat or National Dollar Store, a Chinese-owned retail chain.


  10. Encinitas to host San Diego Asian Film Festival's - Sweet 16'Read the original story

    Monday Nov 2 | The Coast News

    The San Diego Asian Film Festival celebrates its "Sweet 16" anniversary, and Encinitas' venerable La Paloma Theatre will play a prominent role in this year's 10-day event. The festival, the largest showcase of Asian cinema on the West Coast, will host four screenings Nov. 14 at the theater on Coast Highway 101, including the West Coast premiere of a film from Hong Kong.


  11. [Herald Interview] Korean artist Yang Haegue holds first solo museum show in ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 2 | Korea Herald

    Artist Yang Haegue is one of the most visible Korean artists in the international art scene nowadays. Her works were exhibited at major Western art institutions, including the Museum of Modern Art and Guggenheim Museum in New York, the Modern Museum in Sweden, Vienna Biennale and Lyon Biennale -- all within this year.


  12. The US and China Are Playing with MatchesRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 1 | Common Dreams

    Chinese dredging vessels are purportedly seen the waters around Mischief Reef in the disputed Spratly Islands in the South China Sea in this video image taken by a P-8A Poseidon surveillance aircraft provided by the U.S. Navy, May 21, 2015. Russia and US warplanes are flying way too close to one another over Syria and may soon, in Iraq.


  13. Light Unto China?Read the original story

    Thursday Oct 29 | New York Sun

    Could the Light of Sinai be cutting into the night of communism that befell the vastness of China in 1949? The question is prompted by the announcement from Peking that the Party is ending its 'one child' policy, which has obtained for decades. The central committee, according to a communique, is going to allow Chinese couples to have two children.


  14. 'China, U.S. vie with visions for regional order'Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 27, 2015 | Korea Herald

    This is the third installment in a series of interviews with renowned scholars and experts on China as a resurgent Asian power triggering shifts in the regional order. This installment looks into China's vision for a regional order and the ongoing Sino-U.S. rivalry.


  15. Hiroji Kubota's lens is a witness to historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 24, 2015 | The Japan Times

    Photographer Hiroji Kubota believes that "everyone has a great drama to tell." With the release of his retrospective photo book, simply titled "Hiroji Kubota Photographer," now it's his turn to tell his.


  16. Deep History of East Asian Populations Revealed Through Genetic Analysis of the Ainu [INVESTIGATION]Read the original story

    Oct 23, 2015 | Genetics current issue

    Despite recent advances in population genomics, much remains to be elucidated with regard to East Asian population history. The Ainu, a hunter-gatherer population of northern Japan and Sakhalin island of Russia, are thought to be key to elucidating the prehistory of Japan and the peopling of East Asia.


  17. Israel-Asia Unity: Our Common Experience of European ColonialismRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 23, 2015 | Israellycool

    In light of the Western world's relapse into antisemitism, Israel is being forced to seek out new allies, chief among them are newly emerging Asian giants like India, China, and Japan. Although Israel had spent years cultivating a "Western" image and considered itself part of the Western family of nations, it appears to have all been for naught, and may have been rather short-sighted to begin with.


  18. Japan's overseas tourist arrivals surpass those of last year in just nine monthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 21, 2015 | The Japan Times

    Japan continues its popularity as a tourist destination for East Asians with a record number of visitors in September pushing the total for 2015 past all of last year, the Japan National Tourism Organization said Thursday. The September visitor count grew 46.7 percent over the same month last year to a record 1.61 million.


  19. Japan's public diplomacy of churlish cluelessnessRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2015 | The Japan Times

    Enough is enough. How dare UNESCO inscribe primary sources and a wartime video about the Nanking mayhem into global memory? I fully support the Japanese government's threats to withdraw funding from UNESCO to protest its recent decision to include a dossier submitted by China, "Documents of Nanjing Massacre," in the Memory of the World Register.


  20. Texas on track to become more internationalRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2015 |

    Texas is on track to becoming more "international," says the state demographer. In this August photo, children of Asian Indian decent sit at the Karya Siddhi Hanuman Temple in Frisco, Texas.