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A South Korean retailer is giving the people what they want: Taiwanese pineapple cakes
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Jack Ma talks about retirement, anti-globalization, AI and China
Jack Ma, founder and executive chairman of China's e-commerce giant Alibaba group, talks to (Thai media group) The Nation co-founder Suthichai Yoon about Thailand, and the anti-globalization trend, Chin's "negative" image as well as his retirement plan. here are excerpts from an exclusive interview conducted at Alibaba's HQ in Hangzhou, China.
 
Kenting tourist numbers plummet in first half of 2017
Tourism in Kenting has been hit hard by cooling cross-strait ties, officials say.
 
War markers missing in China stand-off
Diplomacy would provide the best solution, so long as doors to talks remain open. War never occurs overnight, it takes time and its indicators are easily visible and can be acted upon.
 > ANN
 
India's misperceptions have dangerous implications
Over a month ago, Indian troops crossed into China at the Sikkim section of the border between the two countries, instigating a standoff with Chinese troops. This is arguably the biggest crisis facing the two countries since the 1962 border war, since there is still no sign of the Indian troops ending their trespass into Chinese territory.
 > ANN
 
China Times defends intern who threw water balloons in the Legislative Yuan
"The reports have been greatly exaggerated."
 
China: ASEAN countries can 'handle' South China Sea issues alone
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has called on the Philippines and other South-East Asian countries to "say no" to non-regional forces that seek to intervene in disputes over the South China Sea.
 
Four things that 'Gods on Ketagalan' got wrong
Why they're angry, and why they're wrong.
 
Israel removes controversial metal detectors at Jerusalem holy site
Israel removes controversial metal detectors outside an entrance to Jerusalem's holiest site after a decision by the security cabinet to replace the cameras with other technologies.
 
LVMH goes online to lure more luxury customers to spend in China
Global luxury giant LVMH is embracing the digital age in China by providing online shopping services for its core brand Louis Vuitton.
 
Chinese tech firms eye potential AI boom
Chinese tech heavyweights and startups alike are scrambling to answer the country's call for greater investment in core artificial intelligence technology, after the government rolled out a national plan seeking to lead the world in AI research and application.
 
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