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Thu, February 22, 2024 | 21:06
[VIEW] A letter to friends in China fighting against coronavirus
Difficulty knocks on the door out of nowhere. Adversity comes in many forms. We all bound to face hardships from which it seems there is no way out. However, to see the rainbow, we have to overcome the storm. Only once we overcome what is in front of us, we can finally go further.
[VIEW] What matters more than Harris' mustache
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Secretary of Defense Mark Esper jointly contributed to the Wall Street Journal on January 16 under the title “South Korea is an ally, not a dependent.”
[INTERVIEW] A stitch in time: preserving traditional Korean embroidery
Greeting the New Year, as Korea's biggest holiday approaches, suddenly I was interested in “our own” culture. Visiting the Han Sang Soo Embroidery Museum in Seongbuk-dong was surprising serendipity.
[INTERVIEW] Korea-China relations definitely entering new phase
Ambassador Qiu Guohong was born in Shanghai and graduated from the Shanghai International Studies University (SISU). He joined the Foreign Ministry in 1981 and previously served as ambassador to Nepal and director of security affairs. He is the longest-serving ambassador to Korea, after being appointed in February 2014. He is a fifth-tier master of baduk player and was second...
[INTERVIEW] Desire to share China's experience with the international community
In early October, I met Fu Ying, vice chairperson (deputy minister in terms of Korea) of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the National People's Congress. Fu Ying is one the world's most famous Chinese.
[INTERVIEW] Future of Sino-Korean relations, exchange of local government
Korea and China are geographically and culturally similar, but as they have different historical experiences in the process of industrialization and modernization, there are several differences.
[INTERVIEW] Life of Korean-Chinese interpreters and the future of interpretation
As a frequent participant at international conferences, I am well aware that the success of a meeting is in excellent presentation. However, I also know that interpretation is no less important than the presentation itself.
[REVIEW] Korea and Japan's China dilemma: Dragon slayer vs Dragon hugger
The Korea-Japan Experts Seminar was held in Tokyo on August 27, when Korea-Japan relations were sharply conflicting.
[INTERVIEW] 'Korea, Japan indispensable to each other'
As a representative specialist in Japanese security and foreign policy as well as security issues on the Korean Peninsula, Narushige Michishita is vice president and professor at the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS) in Tokyo.
[VIEW] ROK-Japan relations, a moderate tension is necessary
With Japan's economic “retaliation” against the Korean Supreme Court's judgment on reparation over Japan's wartime forced labor, Korea-Japan relations are at their worst since they established diplomatic ties.