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Long but worthwhile journey to Azerbaijan
BAKU - When I entered a small souvenir shop tucked in a back alley of the old part of Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, a group of Korean collegians were gushing over the craftsmanship of handmade items.
AASSREC to hold conference on June 14-15
An international conference will take on social science challenges, inviting more than 200 experts from academic and research institutes from 14 Asian nations.
Osstem emerges as world's largest dental implant seller
Osstem Implant has emerged as the world's largest seller of dental implants in terms of sales volume.
Saju allows peek into your future
Are our lives predestined? Is what happens to us already decided? This is a question that crosses everyone's mind every once in a while.Some believe we have no choice but to follow the course of our destiny, while others say there is no such thing as fate and we are entirely responsible for our lives.
Prof. Kim Jong-bok wins Humboldt Award
Prof. Kim Jong-bok of the Department of English Language and Literature at Kyung Hee University has been honored as the winner of the Humboldt Research Award during a ceremony in Bamberg, Germany, March 29, for his achievements in research on English and Korean syntax.
Rotary president vows support for Busan's host of int'l convention
Rotary International President Barry Rassin said he will support Korean Rotary's bid to host the 2027 International Rotary Convention in Busan.
Winners of 14th Economic Essay Contest announced
The Korea Times is pleased to announce the winners of the 14th English Economic Essay Contest for university students on two subjects: “Should Korea regulate cryptocurrencies?” for applicants in Korea, and “Suggestions for spurring Korea's economic growth” for those from abroad.
Korea-Vietnam 25-Year trade in full bloom
Since Vietnam and South Korea set up diplomatic ties 25 years ago, the two countries have seen strong and steady progress in their cooperation in such areas as diplomacy, economy, technology and culture.
Background-blind recruitment opens new opportunity for jobseekers
Professors Marianne Bertrand of the University of Chicago and Sendhil Mullainathan of MIT conducted a survey on the potential discrimination that may occur during the recruitment process.
Outlook for traditional Korean medicine bright
Oriental medicine has huge growth potential both here and abroad, a traditional Korean medicine doctor said. He based his optimism on the belief that Oriental and traditional Korean medicine are all about data - from efficacies of various herbs to acupuncture skills accumulated and inherited from ancient times. “In this age of data, I believe traditional Korean medicine will ...
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