Around 80% to 90% of school-leavers in major East Asian cities like China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and South Korea suffer from myopia or short-sightedness. This represents an enormous burden of disease that will lead to further problems in the future, as 10 to 20% of those affected suffer from 'high' myopia that can ultimately lead to loss of vision, impaired vision, as well as blindness.
South Korea may soon be richer than Japan FOR years, Japan was Asia’s richest and most powerful economy. It was the first Asian economy to industrialise, and the emerging Asian tigers—Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan and la... Read Post
The first-ever pan-Asian internet entrepreneur conference Open Web Asia took place on October 14 in Seoul, Korea. It was very well-attended with people from many countries, such as Taiwan, China, Japan, Singapore, and Korea. There w... Read Post