LOS ANGELES (AP) — Video streaming company Hulu says it’s selling its business in Japan to Nippon TV. A price wasn’t disclosed. Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins says Hulu had grown to a point where it believed the best path forward was to sell its Japan business to a strategic buyer.
In ‘Unsavory Elements’ (Earnshaw Books), traveler and photographer Tom Carter recounts the experiences of 28 foreigners ‘on the loose’ in the People’s Republic of China. Mr Carter – who has edited and partly written the book – mixes well known names, true heavyweights and more anonymous observers of China whose stories are connected by one single element: being an outsider in the former Middle Kingdom.
Nattaya Chetchotiros, assistant news editor at the Bangkok Post, has an op-ed in today’s Post. There is some odd logic: After disappearing from public view for over a week, Ms Yingluck wrote on Facebook that she urged talks. She refused to resign “to protect democracy”, stating: “I will do my
HONG KONG (AP) — Hong Kong police say a former newspaper editor whose abrupt dismissal in January sparked protests over press freedom has been stabbed.
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia (AP) — Police said Friday they are worried about the safety of a Canadian filmmaker who disappeared a week ago from his guesthouse in northwestern Cambodia.
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Japan won’t change 1993 apology on ‘comfort women’
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Nepal steps up security to stop Tibetan protests
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