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Experts are still in the dark over what could have caused the sudden disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370; no wreckage have been found since it went missing early Saturday morning, The Star reports. Among the vessels sent by China to search for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane is the 'Jinggangshan' which is equipped with life-saving equipment, underwater detectors, food and water supplies, along with two helicopters, 30 medical personnel, 10 divers and 52 marines, China Daily writes. China will not cede any ground to 'unreasonable' territorial demands by neighbouring countries, its top diplomat stressed yesterday even as he promised that Beijing would 'never bully smaller countries', The Straits Times reports. According to a report in The Korea Herald, South Korea's government plans to support local companies export more space-related products in order to push up sales in the hightech industry to 1.35 trillion won (US$1.27 billion) in 2014, an official source said Sunday. Japan celebrated a medal rush on the first day of the Sochi Paralympics on Saturday, with Akira Kano winning the men’s sitting downhill and Takeshi Suzuki finishing third as Kozo Kubo took the bronze in the men’s 7.5-kilometer sitting biathlon. The Yomiuri Shimbun writes.
A new film depicts friendship between a Japanese and Taiwanese high school baseball players during the colonial period
A steaming bowl of oden takes the chill off winter
A M'sian games studio is set to deliver a bone-chilling tale set in rural M'sia with their upcoming game, Tell No One.
When cold and hot meet
When in Rome...
Linking Hermit Kingdom to the world
Singaporean Geoffrey See hopes to change the lives of North Koreans he brings to Singapore through business and economics
Exploring domestic violence through bharatanatya
Using the power of movement, bharatanatyam dancer Kamini Manikam explored the issue of domestic violence in Lipstick.
Saturated, but necessary
Saturated fat is often seen as public enemy number one in the war against cholesterol, but it may be less fearsome than it seems