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Universiade athletes are loving this Taiwanese treat
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McDonald's is trying to stop the release of a report examining its hamburger meat
McDonald's South Korea says the consumer group's analysis is invalid because it did not follow proper procedures.
 
The latest trend in South Korea: goo
Jelly, goo, Flubber -- there are many terms for the glutinous object, but in Soth Korea, it's come to be called 'liquid monsters.'
 
Indian women are using midnight selfies to mock a sexist politician
Hashtag pushback comes after male politician questions why a woman was reportedly stalked was out at night.
 
Vietnam isn't cool with foreigners begging on the street for cash
'No exception' to begging rules will be made for foreign street beggars 'no matter how polite' they appear to be.
 
A Thai man has been sentenced to 18 years in prison. His crime: defaming the monarchy
He cannot appeal the verdict because he was arrested while Thailand was under formal martial law.
 
North Korea threatens missile strike near Guam, warns of all-out war
The saber-rattling came hours after U.S. President Donald Trump warned that North Korea will be met with "fire and fury" should it stick to ambitions to hit the U.S. with ballistic missiles.
 
I'm no dictator: Indonesia President
Indonesian President Joko Widodo ensures the public that he does not have the look as a dictator although critics slam several of his policies that are deemed violating human rights.
 
As in Taiwan, racism is rampant in South Korea's job market
The issue is back in the spotlight after a Craigslist ad looking for an English teacher stated 'No Black.'
 
A 91-year-old grandma has becomes Thailand's oldest university graduate
'I have always enjoyed reading. I even bought manuals to educate myself so I could help my children with their homework.'
 
Australian PM to persist with popular vote for gay marriage
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announces his intention to persist with a popular vote on same-sex marriage.
 
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