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NK Issues Commemorative Stamp for J.I Kim

NK Issues Commemorative Stamp for J.I Kim

Photo released by Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on Dec. 30, 2011 shows a commemorative stamp issued by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) featuring the late North Korean leader Kim Jong Il (R) and Kim Jong Un, vice-chairman of the Central Military Commission of the Workers’ Party of Korea. <Photo: Xinhua/KCNA> news@theasian.asia   […]

“What Do You Want, Mom?”

“What Do You Want, Mom?”

A boy looks at his mother writing wishes on a piece of confetti in front of the New Year’s Eve Wishing Wall at Times Square Information Center in New York, the United States, Dec. 29, 2011. All the pieces of confetti, bearing the best wishes for the year 2012 from people around the world, will […]

“What Are Their Wishes for 2012?”

“What Are Their Wishes for 2012?”

A girl looks at the confetti on the New Year’s Eve Wishing Wall at Times Square Information Center in New York, the United States, Dec. 29, 2011. All the pieces of confetti, bearing the best wishes for the year 2012 from people around the world, will rain down to revelers during the New Year’s Eve […]

Lee Kun-hee of Samsung, the most influential business figure

<Hot N> Lee Kun-hee of Samsung, the most influential business figure

Survey by AsiaN and AJA, 50 Asian journalists answered Journalists of Asia think that Samsung is the most influential company in Asia. The AsiaN in association with the Asia Journalist Association conducted a survey on 20~30 November in celebration of its launch and 50 newspaper, TV, and online journalists of 33 different nationalities participated. The […]

Turkey Army Mistaken Bombing, Killed 36 Civilians

Turkey Army Mistaken Bombing, Killed 36 Civilians

A faint protester is carried out during a demonstration against an air raid happened on Dec. 28 across Turkish-Iraqi border which killed 36 people. Turkey’s General Staff said earlier on Thursday in a statement that Turkish jets bombed a group of people approaching its border in accordance with an intelligence that the outlawed Kurdish Workers’ […]

Turkey Army Mistaken Bombing···36 Killed

Turkey Army Mistaken Bombing···36 Killed

Demonstrators gesture and chant slogans during a demonstration in Istanbul, Turkey, on Dec. 29, 2011, against an air raid happened on Dec. 28 across Turkish-Iraqi border which killed 36 people. Turkey’s General Staff said earlier on Thursday in a statement that Turkish jets bombed a group of people approaching its border in accordance with an […]

Pyramids and New Year

Pyramids and New Year

The light painting photo taken on Dec. 26, 2011 in front of the pyramids in Cairo, Egypt, shows the sign of “2012”, to greet the coming New Year. <Photo: Xinhua/Qin Haishi> news@theasian.asia  

“Happy New Year”

“Happy New Year”

   The light painting photo taken on Dec. 29, 2011 in front of the Atomium in Brussels, Belgium, shows the sign of “2012”, to greet the coming New Year. <Photo: Xinhua/Zhou Lei> news@theasian.asia  

“Welcome 2012”

“Welcome 2012”

The light painting photo taken on Dec. 26, 2011 in front of the Victoria Harbor in Hong Kong, China, shows the sign of “2012”, to greet the coming New Year. <Photo: Xinhua/Chen Duo> news@theasian.asia  

Hu Jintao the most influential figure in Asia

<Hot N> Hu Jintao the most influential figure in Asia

Survey by AsiaN and AJA Hu Jintao 50% but Obama 32%… Ban Ki-moon and Putin 6% The survey reveals that 5 out of 10 Asian journalists think Hu Jintao of China is the most influential figure in Asia. This is 18% higher than Obama of the USA(32%). The AsiaN in association with the Asia Journalist […]

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