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Gandhi shoes spark outrage among Indians
Flip-flops bearing the face of India's independence icon Mahatma Gandhi for sale on Amazon triggered fresh outrage Sunday, days after the e-commerce giant was forced to stop selling Indian flag doormats.
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Prosecutors request arrest of Samsung heir, bribery suspect
Prosecutors requested the arrest Monday of the Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong as a bribery suspect in the influence-peddling scandal that led to the impeachment of South Korea's president.
 
South Korean prosecutors investigating a major influence-peddling scandal involving impeached President Park Geun-hye said they would decide Monday whether to arrest the heir to the giant Samsung group over alleged bribery.
 
Tsai sees textiles at core of trade
President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) believes textiles should be at the heart of Taiwan's thinking in developing new global trade arrangements and strategies, the Presidential Office said in a statement Sunday.
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Japan tourism on the rise
A tourist woman takes a photo of her friend in front of Karasumori Shinto shrine in Tokyo's Shimbashi business district on Sunday, Jan. 15.
 
Ex-foreign minister to serve as TAITRA head
Former Foreign Minister James Huang (黃志芳) has been named chairman of Taiwan's main trade promotion body, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), the Executive Yuan said Saturday.
 
China exports dip in December on Trump fears
Chinese exports fell more than expected in December, data showed Friday, deepening concerns about the trade outlook for the world's number-two economy as Donald Trump prepares to take office.
 
China tops US in cinemas, but many sit empty
The brightly decorated 3-D cinema in this town outside Beijing is showing the latest Chinese and Hollywood films, to row after row of empty red seats. So few people come to watch films here that the theater manager rents out the halls to traveling sales companies or music teachers.
 
Feeling lucky?
Huang Chih-yi, general manager of Taiwan Lottery Co., Ltd., poses with a series of new scratchcards issued for the upcoming Lunar New Year holiday at a press conference in Taipei on Friday, Jan. 13. Huang said his company had not only boosted the winning ratios for the new tickets but also hiked the winning bonuses for top prizes.
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Nintendo unveiled its new Switch game console Friday, which works both at home and on-the-go, as it tries to offset disappointing Wii U sales and compete with Sony's big-selling PlayStation 4.
 
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