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Daosim: the philosophy for future
We live an age of information revolution. More than three-fourths of all people on the Earth walk around towns and cities using cell phones, communicating almost constantly through cyberspace. A huge volume of abstract data is rapidly turned into valuable information that can be shared by everyone via so-called “Big Data Analytics.”
Japan's nuclear capability matches US: Chinese daily
Japan’s nuclear weapons capability equals that of the U.S., a media outlet for the China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) reported Wednesday.
Call for bigger budget for Dokdo snubbed
The National Assembly’s Budgetary Committee snubbed a call for an increase in the budget for promoting sovereignty over Dokdo, while Japan raised its budget to challenge Korea’s claim to the islets.
Kim calls for better S-N ties
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un Wednesday called for improved inter-Korean relations.
Gov't releases Dokdo video clip
South Korea on Wednesday unveiled an online video clip that promotes its sovereignty over the easternmost islets of Dokdo.
Spy agency reform plan in doubt
The ruling and main opposition parties on Tuesday reached a last-minute agreement on legally restricting the activities of the National Intelligence Service (NIS) accused of seeking to influence the 2012 presidential election.
US zigzags on stance on Japan
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s right-wing action of visiting the contentious Yasukuni Shrine last week was not provocative enough to make the United States turn its back on, or at least loosen its strategic cooperation with, Japan.
Park calls Abe 'second-rated'
President Park Geun-hye on Monday denounced Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s controversial visit to the Yasukuni Shrine last week, sending a message that her government will deal sternly with Japan’s nationalist moves.
Abe draws stronger-than-expected backlash
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s controversial visit to the Yasukuni Shrine has met with a stronger-than-expected backlash.
NK counters rights abuse accusation
North Korea is trying to make the most of its newly established human rights body to counter South Korea’s accusations about the reclusive regime’s abuse of its people.