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The mysterious disappearance of a Malaysia Airlines plane and reports that two passengers used passports that tourists had lost while in Thailand has put a spotlight on the country's status as a haven of near-authentic passport forgery, The Nation reports. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s younger sister appears to have made her debut on the political stage in what may be an attempt by the Kim family to cement its power, The Korea Herald writes. Vietnam's search and rescue teams will move the focus of their search toward the eastern part of the air route of the missing Malaysian jetliner, a Vietnamese army officer was quoted saying, according to a report in China Daily. Malaysian authorities have received at least two reports from the public claiming that they saw an aircraft flying low on the same day the MH370 plane disappeared, The Star says. A command office has been set up at Phu Quoc International Airport in the southern Vietnamese province of Kien Giang to coordinate the search for the missing Malaysian jetliner, Viet Nam News reports.
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.
All eyes also on M'sia's aviation chief
The world's attention is transfixed on the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane, and also on M'sia's civil aviation department head
Why can‘t China make 'My Love from Star'?
Chinese government officials discussed the popular Korean drama’s success with envy at the ongoing China‘s National People’s Congress
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