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North Korea fired what appeared to be four short-range guided missiles into the East Sea over the weekend, ratcheting up tension that had seemed to have deescalated amid South Korea’s repeated overtures for dialogue, says The Korea Herald. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang arrives in New Delhi on his first overseas visit since taking office, China Daily reports. Thai PM Yingluck Shinawatra has no plans to reshuffle the Cabinet amid media reports that she is planning to appoint a red shirt leader, The Nation says. Taiwan's justice ministry in talks with Philippines over joint probe on shooting of fisherman, The China Post writes. Meanwhile, Philippine officials advise thousands of Filipino workers to “limit their movement” in Taiwan, fearing a potentially violent backlash over the issue, according to the Philippine Daily Inquirer.
Swing by Hong Kong from now till June 9 to see a giant inflatable 16.5m-high rubber duck
Decorated rather like something out of 'Alice in Wonderland', the Book Shop in Bangkok is a great mix of surreal interiors and amazing food
Musicians from China and the world will perform at the 2013 Beijing Modern Music Festival on May 18-24 with a concert titled Wing of the Dream
17 major operators get on board Singapore tray-return drive
Diners can soon expect to see more tray-return stations at most of Singapore's foodcourts
Drinking with the boys gets trendy as 'danshikai'
This growing trend in Tokyo refers to a men-only gathering that mirrors the more common “joshikai” for women
David Beckham mania hits town
David Beckham's huge fan base grows even more after deciding to quit football
Two nights in Lombok
Are you imagining Bali? Lombok could offer different adventures with the same beautiful attractions