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Dreamer CEO Launches Business into World
Cho Jae-Hyun Wants to Donate Proceeds to Christianity
By Park Soung-Jin
Staff Reporter & Editor
South Korea's businessperson Cho Jae-Hyun holds many important titles including president of the Korea Sword Association and China's World Business Association (国ͣ销). The 59-year ...

UAE Embassy in Seoul Organizes "The UAE Is an Example of Coexistence and Tolerance"
Abdulla Saif Al Nuaimi, UAE ambassador to Seoul delivered the presentation on the concept of tolerance and the efforts of the UAE to promote tolerance and coexistence, and pointed to ...

Letters from Europe
K-Pop Blooms in Spite of Corona Pandemic

By Antonina Veljanovska
EU Correspondent
K-pop is the South Korean phenomenon with a passionate global audience. He is a national entertainment industry which, more than any other, is supported by the South Korean government, ...

The Dialogue Buffet at the Death Café

By Martin LeFevre
Contributing Writer
Recently a friend invited me to participate in a Death Café dialogue on zoom. I figured it would be either a morbid experience, or a subversive one in a culture that keeps mortality on the fringes ...

Letters from America
The Dreaded Slump

By Greg Evans
Special Correspondent
In 1979 and the early months of 1980, a legend by the name of Jack Nicklaus stepped out onto the golf course, a field of battle where he had always been Goliath, but it was as if all his talent and all the ...

Letters from America
An Evening in Savannah

By Greg Evans
Special Correspondent
It has been rumored that Savannah is Americas most haunted city, and believe this, the most apparitional spot is a brewery. Where have you been all my life! If ever there was a city to spend a foggy evening ...

Higher Thought: Threshold and Impediment to Intelligence

By Martin LeFevre
Contributing Writer
We drove to the end of the gravel road of the canyon just beyond town, and parked near the locked gate a half-mile from the gorge. Walking in on the rocky path, we stopped frequently to take in ...

Letters from India
Developing Guwahati as a people-friendly city

By Nava Thakuria
Special Correspondent
The virtual capital city of northeast India today supports nearly 1.2 million dwellers along with 6 to 8 lakh floating population and amazingly Guwahati is still expanding to the north bank of ...

Listof Taiwan's 50 Richest See Mixed Fortunes
SINGAPORE (April 28, 2022) — The wealth of Taiwans 50 richest on the 2022 Forbes list reveals a mixed picture, with 23 listees adding to their net worth and 24 seeing a decline. Overall, their ...

Fuhrer Putin Intimidates World with a "Lightning Strike
Don't Be Afraid of This Insatiable Bloodthirsty Mmonster
Special Contribution
By Anatoliy Sibilov
Dear US President Joe Biden, senators, congressmen, military leaders, NATO General Secretary Stoltenberg, leaders of the Free World, citizens! The Kremlin Fuhrer, clearly realizing that in Ukraine ...

The Burgeoning North Korea Missile Threat
CSIS hosted a panel of experts—moderated by Victor Cha and featuring Ankit Panda, Joe Bermudez, Sue Mi Terry, and Markus Garlauskas—for a discussion of the impact of the recent surge in North Korea's missile testing. The group discussed North Korea's recent provocations and what they mean ...

The US Empire Strikes Back: Russia Takes the Hits, China Lives in Fear
American military, political and economic support for Ukraine has little to do with any real concern for the lives of the Ukrainian people. They are merely cannon fodder for the larger goal of ensuring that ...

A Successful Life Is There for the Taking!
You hear people talk about work ethic. But what is it? And why does it seem that even if you have a solid work ethic, you are still struggling to pay the bills, or live the life that you want. I work so hard; I just dont ...

UAE Embassy in Seoul Joins Forces with International Vaccine Institute (IVI) in Ceremony
UAE Embassy in Seoul has participated joined forces with the International Vaccine Institute (IVI) in South Korea in a ceremony held in Seoul to contain the Covid-19, the embassy announced ...

Mariupol: Let's Talk About "Chemical Weapons" Propaganda
As I write this, BBC reports that UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss is "urgently" investigating reports of a chemical weapons attack in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol. The US Department of Defense finds the ...

Is Universality a Western Idea?
UAE Embassy in Seoul Joins Carbon Neutrality & Green Growth Investment Seminar
China Unveils its 1st Long-Term Hydrogen Plan
Who Really Is the War Criminal?
What Is Your View of Human Nature?
Defeating Evil Without Violence
Alive among the Dead
S. Korean Monk Jeong Kwan Is Named Winner of the Asia's 50 Best Restaurants
Elena Bezgodkova to replace Asmik Grigorian in Tchaikovskys The Queen of Spades
74-Year-Old Huh Kyung-Young Gives Hope to Voters in S. Korea's Presidential Election


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