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A group of Filipinos who are Hong Kong PRs joined the Occupy Central protest yesterday, says Philippine Daily Inquirer. Many victims of Mount Ontake's eruption probably died after being directly hit by volcanic rocks, according to The Yomiuri Shimbun. Thai government has launched a US$10 billion three-month stimulus package to create job and augment income for rice farmers, writes The Nation. Korea's opposition floor leader resigned following controversy over a bill aimed at determining the truth behind the Sewol ferry disaster,says The Korea Herald. Top Chinese and US diplomats are working to further expand cooperation and effectively manage the differences between the two countries, China Daily reports.

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Five reasons to visit Busan this fall

Korea’s second-largest city, nestled on the fascinating southern coast, has various attractions that beckon tourists all year round

Hotels, railway companies in Kansai cater to Muslim tourists

Behind the move are hopes that tourists from Southeast Asia will further increase, as the central government eases their visa requirements

Serenity in the snow

Eight luxury townhouses add to the range of luxury accommodation for the winter sports enthusiast in Hokkaido's Niseko Village

Role of Kuomintang veterans recognised

Role of Kuomintang veterans recognised
Volunteers hope to raise public awareness of the history and contribution of the Nationalist veterans

Pakistani movie vows audience at Toronto International Film Festival

Pakistani movie vows audience at Toronto International Film Festival
Afia Nathaniel talks about challenges during the filming of Dukhtar and the dearth of female feature film directors.

Northern UK city throws its doors open

Northern UK city throws its doors open
Manchester's Chinese presence consists of a lot more than just chopsticks and noodles.

Drug trafficking inmate hopes to graduate

Drug trafficking inmate hopes to graduate
Reprieved from the death penalty, Yong Vui Kong hopes to take up graduate studies in prison

K-pop group member blasts CEO's alleged exploitation, revokes overnight

K-pop group member blasts CEO's alleged exploitation, revokes overnight
In recent years, the abuse controversy involving K-pop stars and their agencies has gained public attention

Amid K-Pop invasion, J-Pop still shines in Jakarta

Amid K-Pop invasion, J-Pop still shines in Jakarta
J-Pop (Japanese pop culture) has established a loyal following that not even the recent invasion of K-Pop (Korean pop culture) can rival.




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