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Chinese more prone to crime than other foreign residents of Japan

Chinese more prone to crime than other foreign residents of Japan

Further fanning anti-China sentiment already high in Japan as a result of China’s aggressive challenge to the Japan-administered Senkaku islands, a new crime report identifies Chinese living in Japan as…

Seoul seeks foreign investment to Kaesong inter-Korean industrial complex to limit business risk for South

Seoul seeks foreign investment to Kaesong inter-Korean  industrial complex to limit business risk for South

South Korean President Park Geun-Hye is wooing foreign investors to the inter-Korean joint industrial park in the North’s border town of Kaesong. The goal is to “globalize” the complex to…

South Korea’s national flag seen and anthem heard for the first time in Pyongyang

South Korea’s national flag seen and anthem heard for the first time in Pyongyang

The mercurial nature of North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un was further evidenced by his surprising decision to allow a South Korean weightlifting team to participate in the Pyongyang-hosted 2013 Asia Cup…

Chinese flotilla enters Senkakus perimeter on anniversary of ‘nationalization’ by Japan

Chinese flotilla enters Senkakus perimeter on anniversary of ‘nationalization’ by Japan

Seven Chinese maritime police vessels simultaneously sailed into the 12 nautical mile perimeter of the Senkakus Islands on Sept. 9. The confrontation was on the eve of the one year…

Chinese construction on disputed Scarborough Shoal prompts Manila to recall ambassador

Chinese construction on disputed Scarborough Shoal prompts Manila to recall ambassador

The Philippine government accused China of illegally constructing a concrete facility on the disputed isle of Scarborough Shoal. Manila recalled its ambassador to Beijing in protest and for consultation. The Scarborough…

Headlines, Sept. 4 edition

Top China officials are sensitive about discussing their toothless aircraft carrier (FULL STORY) INSIDE CHINA: Anti-corruption drive spares major state-run monopolies, yangqis (FULL STORY) Report: China may deploy armed drones on its…

Headlines, Aug. 28 edition

For Chairman Xi, the military is not just a priority, it is ‘the only fundamental objective’ (FULL STORY) INSIDE CHINA: Harsh punishment not likely for Bo Xilai and ‘red aristocracy’ members…

China’s bridge political, psychological gap with Taiwan

China’s bridge political, psychological gap with Taiwan

East-Asia-Intel.com, August 14, 2013   China’s communist government has approved a highway construction plan that includes an engineering and political bombshell — a cross-Taiwan-Strait connector linking mainland communist China and the…

Report: South Korea plans ambitious naval buildup

Report: South Korea plans ambitious naval buildup

Demonstrating its resolve to join the heated naval race in Asia spearheaded by China, Japan, India and Vietnam, the South Korean Navy has disclosed an ambitious plan to dramatically lift…

China’s state paper puts a lid on anti-North Korea sentiment

China’s state paper puts a lid on anti-North Korea sentiment

China’s state-run newspaper, Global Times cautioned against anti-North Korea expressions unfolding in China and described the protection of its reclusive neighbor as serving Beijing’s national interest. (FULL STORY) Follow…