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Hindu Devotees Celebrate Dussehra Festival In Allahabad, India

Hindu Devotees Celebrate Dussehra Festival In Allahabad, India

An Indian child reacts as she buys pumpkins to be painted with demon faces during the Durga Puja festival in Chennai, India, Sunday, Oct. 21, 2012. Devotees believe that smashing pumpkins painted with demon faces drive away evil spirits. <AP Photo/Arun Sankar K> Artists enact a fight from the epic Ramayana during a Dussehra festival […]

Olympian promotes Special Olympics

Olympian promotes Special Olympics

Olympic figure skating gold medalist Kim Yu-na signs autographs for fans at an event, held in downtown Seoul Sunday, to wish for a successful 2013 PyeongChang Special Olympics with 100 days remaining before the meet opens in eastern Gangwon Province from Jan. 29 through Feb. 5, 2013. <Yonhap>

More dynamic ‘Phantom’ comes to Korea in December

More dynamic ‘Phantom’ comes to Korea in December

The Phantom behind the mask once again returns to Korea in December. In this 25th anniversary international touring production of “The Phantom of the Opera,” Brad Little plays the Phantom, Claire Lyon, Christine, and Anthony Downing, her fiance Raoul. The three actors visited Korea last week to meet their fans a month ahead of the […]

[Indonesia Report] Banda’s Islands offer heavenly beauty for tourists

[Indonesia Report] Banda’s Islands offer heavenly beauty for tourists

Dolphins appeared on the side of the ship, seem like they were welcoming tourists, when the ship was approaching Banda Island, Moluccas, in Indonesia. Kompas.com on its article about Banda Island described the beauty of the Volcanoes seen from distance with ten of islands around Banda Island like that and said that the 7 hours sea trip […]

Beware of silent illness in liver

Beware of silent illness in liver

There is a saying in Korea that if a body is worth 1,000 won, then the liver comprises 900 won of that. Many people know that liver is important, but few people treat it as such. The liver is called the “silent organ,” as there are no symptoms even if 70 to 80 percent of […]

Indian Children Dance To Celebrate Navratri, Festival Of Nine Nights

Indian Children Dance To Celebrate Navratri, Festival Of Nine Nights

In this Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012 photo, Indian children perform the Garba, a traditional dance of Gujarat state, during Navratri celebrations in Ahmadabad, India. Navratri, the festival of nine nights, began Tuesday. In this Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012 photo, Indians dance the Garba, a traditional dance of Gujarat state, during Navratri celebrations in Ahmadabad, India. […]

“Legislation of the law banning racial discrimination can’t be deferred”

“How was today’s forum? Weren’t you hurt or surprised due to the thretening atmosphere before the opening of the forum?” Rep. Jasmine Lee of the ruling Saenuri Party asked two immigrant foreign ladies who were taking picture in the lobby on the heel of the forum on multicultural policy held at the National Assembly on […]

Yet Another Homicide of Migrant Bride by Husband: Who is to Blame?

Yet Another Homicide of Migrant Bride by Husband: Who is to Blame?

*This is the letter of Woman Migrants Humanrights Center in Korea. Two immigrant women in Korea were ruthlessly killed – one right after the other – by their own husbands. Yungbun Kim (Age 31, Cheolwon, Gangwon-do) was an ethnic Korean woman from China who, due to her husband’s assault, faced an unfortunate fate on July […]

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