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Myanmar: Search for the Lost Bell Has Begun

Myanmar: Search for the Lost Bell Has Begun

While Myanmar, also recognized as Burma, has been facing pressure from the U.S this week, the search for a 270-ton bronze bell has begun. The bell is believed to have been sitting at the bottom of a river, just south of the old capital for over 400 years. The search team is composed of 70 people, […]

China Experiment in Permaculture Offers World Hope

China Experiment in Permaculture Offers World Hope

China is the most populous and possibly one of the most diverse nations on the planet, with a population of over 1.3 billion people and 56 ethnic groups. What each one of those people shares with the rest of the world, regardless of political, linguistic, economic, and existential differences, is the complete and utter dependence […]

Panda Nanny Job in China Now Accepting Applications

Panda Nanny Job in China Now Accepting Applications

Calling all Panda lovers around the world! For anyone who has ever dreamed of babysitting Giant Pandas for a living, a job for a Panda nanny in China is now accepting applications. The Panda nanny job, is available in Ya’an, China in the Sichuan Province at the China Giant Panda Protection and Research Center. It […]

Thai Protest Could Affect Economy

Thai Protest Could Affect Economy

The Thai protest could finally be affecting the economy of Thailand. Some people believe that they are losing business because of the protest. A mobile salesperson named Sakuntala Mettawong thinks that he is losing business at his shop at MBK, which is one of the largest malls in Bangkok. At peak times of the day, […]

Malaysian Airline Boeing 777 Ranks High in Safety

Malaysian Airline Boeing 777 Ranks High in Safety

The controversy surrounding missing Malaysian Airline flight MH370, Boeing  777, will tarnish and overshadow  both the maker’s and the  Airline’s high rank for safety . In 2013 Malaysian Airline, a oneworld member, was awarded a 5- star rating by the British based consultancy firm Skytrax. Malaysian Airline also has the honor of having the industry’s […]

Tony Abbott Not out of the Woods yet on Asia Trip

Tony Abbott Not out of the Woods yet on Asia Trip

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott got the win he needed yesterday with the announcement of the free trade agreement with Japan that had been highly anticipated before his trip to Asia began. Nevertheless, he still has to visit China and South Korea, before his journey is over and already things are heating up in a […]

Nepal PM Has No Property, Only 2 Mobile Phones

Nepal PM Has No Property, Only 2 Mobile Phones

Nepalese Prime Minister Sushil Koirala is probably the poorest government head in the world. He neither has land nor a house nor a car. Other than two ordinary mobile phones, Koirala has no property at all, his key assistant said on Saturday. The news came to the media when he submitted the details of his […]

Malaysian Airlines: Terrorism Unlikely

Malaysian Airlines: Terrorism Unlikely

Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 seemingly disappeared into thin air on March 8, 2014. The controversy surrounding its disappearance is only exaggerated by the fact that there were possibly four passengers on board with stolen passports. There is an incredible amount of information lacking when it comes to the missing flight. When looking at the few […]

Malaysia Airlines Investigation Hints Terrorism

Malaysia Airlines Investigation Hints Terrorism

The tragedy of the 239-passenger flight, bound for China this past week, has been somewhat of a mystery. However, recent investigation into the cause of the possible crash may provide some hints that Malaysia Airlines flight MH370, which started its journey in Kuala Lumpur, was victim to terrorism. The focus of recent analysis has been […]

Malaysian Airlines Plane Crashed

Malaysian Airlines Plane Crashed

Crews from several Asian countries have been diligently searching for the missing 777 Malaysian Airlines plane that is believed to have crashed. The plane disappeared at 2:40 a.m. on March 8th, just two hours into the flight. There were 239 people on board, according to the airlines, four were Americans. The plane disappeared after losing […]

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