China's media fabrication
In China’s State News Media, What Is Said May Not Be What’s Printed
Humans in Asia '20,000 years early'
Fossil finds from China have shaken up the traditional narrative of humankind's dispersal from Africa say the BBC.
Photos of North Korea's celebrations
North Korea Marks 70 Years of Workers’ Party Rule.
China should let the yuan depreciate
China should let the yuan depreciate, says Yuqing Xing.
Chinese money laundering in Australia
Chinese investors flooding billions into the Australian real estate market prompt money laundering fears, according to Australian Broadcasting Commission.
Empty Chinese Amusement Parks
The amusement park is almost synonymous with noise: the rollercoaster’s creak, the visitor’s scream. That's what Stefano Cerio has spent the last year investigating for his latest book, Chinese Fun.
Japan's male-dominated workplace
Breaking out of Japan's male-dominated workplace. BBC
Beijing traffic jam
Travellers in China returning from a national holiday created a huge traffic jam on the outskirts of Beijing. More than 30 lanes of vehicles were caught up during rush hour, reports the BBC.
Hong Kong boos Chinese national anthem
Hong Kong Soccer Association Fined After Its Fans Boo Chinese Anthem, writes the New York Times.
Ai Weiwei bugged at Beijing studio
Ai Weiwei 'finds bugging devices' at his Beijing studio.
Academic freedom in Hong Kong
Academic freedom is under threat in Hong Kong.
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China not fit for global leadership
China is not fit for global leadership, says top Australian official, Michael Thawley.
Japan Dumbs Down Its Universities
Japan’s government just ordered all of the country’s public universities to end education in the social sciences, the humanities and law.
Japan's low productivity
In 2013 and 2014, Japan had by far the lowest GDP per hour worked, and per worker in the G7.
India's fat flight attendants
Air India Says 130 Flight Attendants Too Fat To Fly, reports Weird Asia News.
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