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If I don’t make it: Remember me and get a donation going for my family-OK

By Tue, Oct 20, 2009 12:25PM UTC

Hi blogger friends at Asian Correspondent, Well if you have been following me you know by now that I am playing with real powerful people and Thailand is a very violent country. If I don’t make it, remember me and please get a donation going for my family, OK. Your

Teen kills friend to cover up crime

By Tue, Oct 20, 2009 11:45AM UTC Teen kills friend to cover up crime

The first reader request to come in to the Asian Correspondent edition of Korea Beat is this sad tale of not picking your friends carefully: The country has been shocked recently over a case in which teenagers murdered a friend in retaliation for reporting a hit and run accident to

Racism against Indians – a modest solution

By Tue, Oct 20, 2009 10:36AM UTC

As a former student in Australia, fellow Asian Correspondent, Randeep Hooda recently posted some advice for Indian students in Australia: “At that time most Indians tended to stick together with their own little groups, cooking their Indian curries and playing their bollywood music and movies. Now, how would anyone feel

Inarritu heads Tokyo Film Festival jury

By Tue, Oct 20, 2009 10:08AM UTC

‘Babel’ director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu is back in Japan, a nation he says has long fascinated him — this time, as head of the jury of the Tokyo International Film Festival. Like Inarritu’s native Mexico, Japan has both the tradition of storytelling and the energy of a defiant avant-garde, he

New sexual assault case in Daejeon

By Tue, Oct 20, 2009 7:56AM UTC

If police have the evidence, perhaps the outcome of this will be a test case of whether the judiciary will be taking such crimes more seriously after the Jo Du-sun affair: With controversy still unabated over the Jo Du-sun case, in which a young girl was sexually assaulted, police in

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