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China is very worried over the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 enroute to Beijing that had lost contact with air traffic control early Saturday morning, China Daily reports. Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim's conviction for sodomy on Friday also means that his hopes of becoming the Selangor state chief are over, as he cannot stand as a candidate in the upcoming Kajang by-election, The Star writes. South Korean Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se on Friday urged Japan to take steps to resolve the sex slavery issue, warning that it will otherwise face “further isolation” from the international community, says The Korea Herald. Pakistan's polio eradication campaign receives a boost with a US$3.9 million grant from the Japanese government to Unicef, Dawn says. Cases of violence against women in Indonesia went up by 29.4 per cent in 2013 from the previous year, The Jakarta Post reports.
A new film depicts friendship between a Japanese and Taiwanese high school baseball players during the colonial period
A steaming bowl of oden takes the chill off winter
A M'sian games studio is set to deliver a bone-chilling tale set in rural M'sia with their upcoming game, Tell No One.
When cold and hot meet
When in Rome...
Linking Hermit Kingdom to the world
Singaporean Geoffrey See hopes to change the lives of North Koreans he brings to Singapore through business and economics
Exploring domestic violence through bharatanatya
Using the power of movement, bharatanatyam dancer Kamini Manikam explored the issue of domestic violence in Lipstick.
Saturated, but necessary
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