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  1. The Japanese Have Really Learned Something Since 1945...Read the original story

    Feb 20, 2015 | Staghounds

    I absolutely kid you not- Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida on Japan's response to "Islamic terrorism"- "...We will continue our efforts to deepen relations with the Middle East, building on coexistence, co-prosperity and collaboration." In tomorrow's issue, Chancellor Merkel reveals her plan for a final solution to Greek debt.

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  2. Nice one TerryRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 18, 2015 | Japan Inc.

    It was a beautiful if somewhat chilly day in Tokyo on Saturday, and the first signs of spring were in the air. I took a bike ride out to Odaiba, and out of curiosity detoured to view the construction work going on at the massive new Olympic Village complex just getting started at Harumi.

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  3. The making of England head coach Eddie Jones: He got racial abuse...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 31 | Daily Mail

    The making of England head coach Eddie Jones: He got racial abuse at school but would never let it stop him It was in the late 1980s when Eddie Jones, a young Asian in white, middle-class Sydney, worked as an unpaid teacher to save Australia's first multi-national school. Fresh out of university, he would spend his days teaching geography at the cash-starved International Grammar School before darting across town to Randwick Rugby Club.

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  4. Oklahoma City researcher helps identify 10 new genes associated with lupusRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | NewsOK.com

    Scientist Swapan Nath at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation has studied lupus for the past 15 years. He led a team that recently discovered 10 new genes associated with lupus.

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  5. English school for Asians openRead the original story

    Friday Jan 29 | Fiji Times

    Chief executive officer and school director Joopong Lee said Sky English Institute was initially a student recruitment agency bringing Asian students into the country to learn English at the Fiji National University and University of the South Pacific. "We will now get students from Korea, Japan, China and other Asian countries to the Sky English Institute," he said.

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  6. Nice one TerryRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 18, 2015 | Japan Inc.

    It was a beautiful if somewhat chilly day in Tokyo on Saturday, and the first signs of spring were in the air. I took a bike ride out to Odaiba, and out of curiosity detoured to view the construction work going on at the massive new Olympic Village complex just getting started at Harumi.

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  7. With Rio spots secured, Japan-South Korea prepare for finalRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | The New Zealand Herald

    " Two of the continent's biggest rivals are meeting in the final of the Asian Under-23 Championships on Saturday but Japan and South Korea already have what they were seeking from the tournament " places at the 2016 Rio Olympics. The top three in the tournament go to Brazil meaning that when Japan defeated Iraq 2-1 in the first semifinal on Wednesday, Makoto Teguramori's squad earned a sixth appearance on the Olympic stage for their country.

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  8. Opinion: The pressure of the model minorityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 27 | CU Independent

    Attending a prep school taught me a few things: everyone deserves an Audi on their 16th birthday, you need a tutor to equip you for the SAT, and most of all, do it takes to stand out and get into that top college. Since good grades, community service, leadership and extracurriculars are no longer enough these days, I was advised to legally change my last name to something, well, "less Asian."

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  9. Asian Tour on right path with representative board - MardanRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 26 | The Star Online

    Singapore professional and new board member Mardan Mamat believes the struggling Asian Tour can enjoy a brighter future with a stronger regional flavour following CEO Mike Kerr's surprise resignation last month. Northern Irishman Kerr quit at a delicate time for the tour, who were deep in merger negotiations with the much larger European Tour despite concerns among some members over a lack of playing opportunities if the deal were to go ahead.

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  10. Singapore to scan fingerprints of all visitors, amid rising regional terror attacksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 27 | South China Morning Post

    Singapore will scan and record the fingerprints of all visitors to the city-state from June this year, in a move aimed at beefing up security amid a rise in the perceived threat of terror attacks in Southeast Asia, a minister told parliament yesterday. Senior Minister of State for Home Affairs Desmond Lee said that Singapore will "implement the ... initiative across all checkpoints to capture the fingerprints of all arriving persons by June 2016".

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  11. The Japanese Have Really Learned Something Since 1945...Read the original story

    Feb 20, 2015 | Staghounds

    I absolutely kid you not- Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida on Japan's response to "Islamic terrorism"- "...We will continue our efforts to deepen relations with the Middle East, building on coexistence, co-prosperity and collaboration." In tomorrow's issue, Chancellor Merkel reveals her plan for a final solution to Greek debt.

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  12. Asians haul out sweaters to cope with sudden cold snapRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 26 | NewsOK.com

    After sweating through unseasonably high temperatures last week, residents of semi-tropical Thailand have had to scavenge through their closets for sweaters and scarves to keep the chill off their bones. In Hong Kong, the mercury dipped to its lowest in six decades.

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  13. Asians cope with sudden cold snapRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 26 | Toledo Blade

    After sweating through unseasonably high temperatures last week, residents of semi-tropical Thailand have had to scavenge through their closets for sweaters and scarves to keep the chill off their bones. Temperatures in Bangkok, the capital, hit an unseasonably high of 34.6 degrees C on Saturday only to plunge to a low of 16.1 degrees C on Monday.

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  14. Asian Tour on right path with representative board: MardanRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 26 | Reuters

    Singapore professional and new board member Mardan Mamat believes the struggling Asian Tour can enjoy a brighter future with a stronger regional flavor following CEO Mike Kerr's surprise resignation last month. Northern Irishman Kerr quit at a delicate time for the tour, who were deep in merger negotiations with the much larger European Tour despite concerns among some members over a lack of playing opportunities if the deal were to go ahead.

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  15. Researchers discover ten new lupus genes in Asian population studyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 25 | PhysOrg Weblog

    An international coalition of researchers led by Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation scientist Swapan Nath, Ph.D., has identified 10 new genes associated with the autoimmune disease lupus. The findings were published in the Jan. 25, 2016 issue of Nature Genetics .

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  16. Eating crow on the issue of the clever critters we consumeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 24 | The Japan Times

    The controversies surrounding the eating of various animals in our modern world are numerous: the hunting of bluefin tuna to near-extinction; eating shark fin soup ; the consumption of dogs in various Asian countries; the use of endangered animals for Chinese medicine; and even the feedlots behind the huge beef industry in the U.S. All of this raises an important question: How do we decide what to eat? Should it be based on intelligence of the animal? Danger of extinction? Food culture? Cuteness? Or something else? We used to hunt bison in the U.S., where we pursued over 30 million of the animals to the brink of extinction.

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  17. ONTD RoundupRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | OhNoTheyDidnt

    I'm sorry : and my stove is gas so i'll be able to cook for myself this weekend i got to go to the CSA's last night and there were a couple of actors who were there and they were all SO TINY IRL. felicity huffman and sarah paulson and america ferrera.

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  18. Letters: What worked for minorities can work for allRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 16 | The Wave

    Joel Kotkin's column, "Best way up for minorities?" [Opinion, Jan. 10], was excellent. A discussion about hard work, education and marriage as the path to betterment, as opposed to welfare and government entitlement programs, is long overdue.

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  19. MLB requiring full-time Spanish interpretersRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2016 | CBS Sports

    In a joint effort with the players union, Major League Baseball will require every one of its 30 teams to have at least two full-time Spanish language interpreters in 2016. ESPN's Jerry Crasnick said Tuesday that a memo has been sent to all of the teams making it so.

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  20. Around a restless seaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 10, 2016 | The Telegraph

    The Asia-Pacific, like Asia, emerging Asia or South Asia, is a fungible term and not easy to define. In the 1980s, the term was associated with membership of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation initiative, but after the Barack Obama visit last year, it apparently includes India, at least in the strategic thinking of the United States of America.

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