Can I borrow your charger? MWC China’s Huawei and South Korea’s LG showed off new watches today. The “smartwatch” is a misnomer: both will stop telling the time after a day, unless they are charged. Then they can tell you the time for another day.…
Business and diplomatic travellers from South Africa’s Brics partners – Brazil, Russia, India, and China – are to receive a port of entry visa into South Africa, Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba said yesterday. ||| BUSINESS and diplomatic...Show More Summary
Submitted by Ethan Rosen via BellingCat.com, The South China Sea contains some of the planet’s most disputed territory. Six countries - China, Taiwan, Vietnam, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Brunei - are squaring off as they compete over the rights to the sea. Show More Summary
The Independent published an amazing photograph of North Korea the other day showing that, compared to its neighbours in South Korea and China, the world's only Communist monarchy lives in a virtual blackout once the sun goes down. But...Show More Summary
The construction activity is just the latest chapter in a long-running conflict over the South China Sea that has pitted China against most of its maritime neighbors and has brought it into conflict with the United States and Japan.Show More Summary
In 1994, Susan Smith drowned her two sons by pushing them into a South Carolina lake and implicated a black man for the crime; in 2001, Andrea Yates drowned her five children in Houston; in 2005, China Arnold microwaved her infant daughter to death in Dayton, Ohio. What drove these women and...
New satellite imagery reveals Chinese advances in ongoing land reclamation project in the South China Sea, reports The Australian. Intensifying concerns
MH370...'came down in the South China Sea' An oil rig worker who was notoriously fired for saying he believed he saw MH370 "come down" today insisted he thinks the official search for the Malaysian jet is happening in the wrong place.In...Show More Summary
New satellite images show China has rapidly expanded several artificial islands it is building atop disputed reefs in the South China Sea, raising fresh concerns across the region and in Washington about Beijing's intentions.
The Wall Street Journal reports: Newly released satellite images show a dramatic expansion in China’s construction of artificial islands on disputed South China Sea reefs, intensifying concerns about Beijing’s territorial ambitions.
China's creation of artificial islands in the South China Sea is happening so fast that Beijing will be able to extend the range of its navy, air force, coastguard and fishing fleets before long,
Note from Jon Solomon: The article below was written by my Systems Planning and Analysis colleague, Jonathan Altman, to expand upon an idea he suggested during one of our running discussions on deterrence dynamics. Creating a credible...Show More Summary
CV6.org: [Tokyo Raids: February 16 - 17, 1945](http://www.cv6.org/1945/tokyo/): >On return from supporting the Lingayen Bay landings on Luzon, Philippines, and operations in the South China Sea, Enterprise and the other units of Task Force 38 entered Ulithi Atoll on January 25-26, 1945. Show More Summary
When it comes to booking cheap flights, the sky's the limit with FlightCentre, the travel agency trusted by expats in Shanghai and around China. This week, escape the dreary cold and fly south to 10 great destinations of the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam and Malaysia! [ more › ]
A bank clerk from Daliang, a city in the south of the Liaoning Province in North Eastern China, was fed up with his parents’ constant nagging about his lack of obtaining a wife. Each year, when he travels home during the Chinese NewShow More Summary
India and Singapore asserts its stance in South China Sea saying no threat or force should prevail in the maritime dispute between China and its smaller neighbors like the Philippines,
China has to comply with any ruling on competing territorial claims with the Philippines in the South China Sea even if it will not take part in case before Hague court,
Just days after getting slapped with a massive fine in China for violating antitrust regulations, Qualcomm is facing a similar investigation in South Korea. Read More
Now that Qualcomm has to pay $975 million to settle an anti-trust in China, you'd think that's the last we'd hear about it. Nope. It appears that South Korea is going…
South Korea's Fair Trade Commission is weighing whether or not to investigate Qualcomm's business practices. Regulators there believe Qualcomm may have abused its position as the largest chipmaker to charge higher royalty rates for its patents. Show More Summary