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This blog is a lifesaver for Taipei parents with a toddler
Tainan's mayor reaffirms his pro-independence stance
Number of missing rises to 141 in Chinese landslide
UPDATE: Suspected gunman dies after shooting spree kills three
Thailand wants to build a 459-meter-high landmark because it doesn't have enough tourists yet
The world's most popular tourist city eyes more tourists with Thailand's new tallest building.
Japanese hot springs refocus on therapeutic stays
More and more hot spring operators across the nation are working to promote modern-style toji recuperative stays that focus on therapeutic bathing.
Former Khmer Rouge leader blatantly lies about genocide
Khieu Samphan says claims of mass murder by Cambodia's Communist Party are Vietnamese propaganda.
South Korean ex-leader's confidante jailed for three years
Court found Choi Soon-sil guilty of obstruction of duty by using her ties to ex-President Park to put pressure on a university to give favors.
Bangkok plans 'landmark' street food market for displaced sellers
Bangkok city officials are planning a "landmark" new street food market, as the government clamps down on the capital's street food scene.
South Korea says this crashed drone took pictures of new US missile site
SNEAKY SNAPPER: The crashed drone had apparently taken 551 photos over South Korean territory.
Philippine social media is being flooded with warnings of June 30 terrorist attacks
Meanwhile, suspected Muslim rebels have attacked a southern Philippine town, reportedly attacking security outposts and ransacking schools.
Caged in Bhutan: Woman with schizophrenia lives out her life locked up in a cabin
Tshering Lhamo doesn't recognize food from her stool. She eats both. During menstruation, she paints her face with the blood.
Four foreign inmates escape Bali prison through tunnel
Four foreign inmates on Monday escaped a prison on Indonesia's resort island of Bali through a tunnel, the prison's governor said.
Bodies of US sailors found following collision off Japan
The bodies of "a number" of U.S. sailors who went missing after their destroyer collided with a cargo ship off the coast of Japan have been found in the section of the vessel that was damaged, the US Seventh Fleet said Sunday.
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