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AJA expresses solidairty with Lebanon, rallies behind Lebanese journalists

AJA expresses solidairty with Lebanon, rallies behind Lebanese journalists

    SEOUL: Asia Journalist Association (AJA) has expressed its solidarity with the people of Lebanon and called for concerted efforts to rebuild the country through peace and reconciliation. “We will not forget those who suffer from the disaster and will join forces with the Lebanese people,” AJA said in a statement on the August […]

Trump Administration should immediately stop racism, oppression of the press

Trump Administration should immediately stop racism, oppression of the press

  By Peter Jaegeul Song Staff reporter at Asia N and officer at AJA SEOUL: Since the death of a black U.S. citizen by police assault on May 25, mass protests and the Trump administration’s coercive suppression have continued day after day. This series of events has caused deep unrest not only in the United […]

Apostle Paul’s Confession: To Know Christ Jesus is the Greatest Knowledge

Apostle Paul’s Confession: To Know Christ Jesus is the Greatest Knowledge

    By Rev. Seo-Kwon Kim Pastor of Jesus’ Love Church Seoul: How regrettable would it be to end up regretting going to church, after a lifetime of devotion to it? During the days of Peter, there was such a man who ended up crippled and begging at the temple gate called Beautiful, even after […]

On Being Asian

On Being Asian

  By Alin Ferrer-Garganera Asia is complex and complicated.  Among the seven continents, she is quite extreme.  Largest continent, largest population, fastest economic growth. But also, the biggest source of pollution and the most vulnerable to climate impacts.  Without a doubt, she has one of the most colorful histories. Uniquely Asian is a truth.  Sumptuous […]

Celebrating an extraordinary dedication to high journalism standards

Celebrating an extraordinary dedication to high journalism standards

There are events in the professional life of a journalist when there is no room for neutrality and no place for silence because it will then be the choice of those who have absolutely no choice. Only those who are physically, mentally or emotionally dead have no opinion, no voice, and no choice. No self-respecting […]

Op-ed: ‘Clash of civilizations’ theory will come to no good end

Op-ed: ‘Clash of civilizations’ theory will come to no good end

By Zhong Sheng A senior American official from the State Department recently astonished the world with her racist comments portraying China-US relations as “clash of civilizations”. The Director of Policy Planning Kiron Skinner seems to be quite blunt about her deeply-rooted racism. She called US ties with China “a fight with a really different civilization […]

Dear Mexican president-elect Lopez Obrador

Dear Mexican president-elect Lopez Obrador

Please remember Korean woman Hyun-jung Yang, who is unfairly detained in Santa Martha prison. Dear Andrés Manuel López Obrador and the Mexican people, may happiness and glory always be with you.   I hope that Mexico will become one of the top countries in the world as well as in Latin America during your six […]

Donald Trump’s “Muslim Ban”

Donald Trump’s “Muslim Ban”

I am sure as everyone has heard about the recent decision of President Donald Trump’s “Muslim Ban”. This atrocious decision, which has been made on last week’s Friday, is to indefinitely suspend the resettlement of Syrian refugees and temporarily ban people from seven predominantly Muslim nations from entering the United States. In a campaign statement, […]

A bit of (realistic) pessimism

A bit of (realistic) pessimism

The election of Donald Trump who, in spite of his hard-living tendencies, has been talking about meeting North Korean leader Kim Jong-un for hamburgers, led to an increase in talks about a deal between Pyongyang and Washington. Nonetheless, as somebody who has dealt with North Korea for some 30 years, I have a rather pessimistic, […]

25th Anniversary of diplomatic relations between Korea and Uzbekistan

25th Anniversary of diplomatic relations between Korea and Uzbekistan

Botirjon Asadov / Uzbekistan Ambassador to South Korea This year the Republic of Korea and Uzbekistan celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations. The foundation of bilateral relations between the two nations was laid on Dec. 30, 1991, when South Korea was among the first foreign countries to recognize Uzbekistan’s independence. Subsequently, […]

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