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Uncovering Asian corruption
MANILA - The title was alluring: "The First Asian Investigative Journalism Conference." For two days, experts regaled journalists from all...
Megachurches under scrutiny
The growth of megachurches worldwide is a phenomenon in which thousands of individual churches or parishes each claim more than 2,000 memb...
Korea's champion baseball fans
American baseball fans, maybe U.S. major league baseball in general, have some lessons to learn from the way that diehard Koreans cheer on...
America's political 'takeaway'
The U.S. exercise in democracy is a drama that's turning from success story to farce, and may wind up in tragedy. That’s the “takeaway” - ...
Korea as the new 'cool'
Many Koreans don't know it, but Korea is cool. Three newly published books say so. Two of them even have "cool" in the title - "The Birth ...
Hong Kong's isolated crusade
The demonstrations in Hong Kong are at a critical stage. In the spirit of democracy movements in Korea, the Philippines, Indonesia and Tha...
Raising Cain about a cane
Why do the North Koreans simply refuse to follow the logic and needs of foreign analysts when it comes to the timing of great events? Here...
The North Korean power game
The world seems to be missing Kim Jong-un. The porcine image of this overweight 30-something reviewing his troops or wagging a finger at a...
Protesting for democracy
The democracy demos in Hong Kong evoke so many memories going back to the late 1960s when I saw thousands pouring on to the streets of wha...
The US at war - again
WASHINGTON - The eyes of the world are upon the new U.S. war in Syria and Iraq, and that's not just because people want to know how or whe...
New corporate deals
Paradox of good faith
Renewable energy on Mt. Seorak
The North Korean trio's visit
In the name of 'gwanchi'
The Sewol divide and common cordiality
Addressing climate change issues
Philosopher kings vs. philosopher presidents
The darkness of Black Friday
JFK's restless ghost
Chuck Hagel merely a symptom of Obama's foreign policy failures
1. US doctors remove massive tumor from Mexican boy
2. Jennifer Aniston wears inflatable bra to poke fun at Kim Kardashian
3. Man flashes dragon tattoos, ditches hospital bill
4. 'Interstellar' crew thanks Korea
5. Finance minister hints at easing layoff rules
6. 'Nation's worst actor' has high aspirations
7. Ultra-leftist party hangs in balance
8. Chinese swimming star banned for three months before Asiad
9. Park vows to send regulations to 'guillotine'
10. Harvard Crimson gets 1st Korean-American president
Lydia Ko of New Zealand carries her trophy on hole 18 after winning ...
Daejeon Mayor Kwon Sun-taik arrives at the Daejeon District Prosecut...
Technology education for students in DMZ: Elementary school students...
Samsung Electronics’ Digital Imaging Business Vice President H...
Financial Supervisory Service (FSS) Governor Zhin Woong-seob walks o...
A child sits on coins and bills from piggy banks at Seongdong Distri...
Tatsuya Kato, former head of the Seoul bureau of Japan’s conse...
A Vespa scooter used in “Roman Holiday’ starring actress...
A crowd of people wait to enter a new Lotte Mall that opened in Suwo...
Children from interracial families, who attend a school run by Globa...
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