‘Mommy don’t go to work’: sexist children’s song prompts outcry in China

Lyrics by little-known musician and comedian Yan Lifei drive viral for all the incorrect reasons A father-daughter duo who performed a song designation:” Mommy, don’t go to work” in China has caused outburst online from parents and feminists. The song,…

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Captured by North Korea: former abductee puts faith in Trumps nuclear talks

Kaoru Hasuike devote 24 times in the northern part before he was secreted. He hopes diplomacy can shed light on the fate of eight Japanese citizens still missing It was supposed to have been a quiet date on the beach…

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Capital in waiting: trepidation in corner of Borneo earmarked as the new Jakarta

Plan formally announced in August will see 1.5 million people move to brand-new asset, but both residents and conservationists have conveyed deep concerns Sugio’s orchard is his life’s work and a great source of pride for the 79 -year-old resident…

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Hong Kong protests: demonstrators build fire near police headquarters

Police use water cannon and teargas to disperse protesters Protesters in Hong Kong have piled hindrances and other debris across a business street and named small-minded volleys after a retreat from outside government headquarters. Demonstrators dragged bleachers, chainlink fencings, traffic…

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Protests, clashes and lack of trust: the new normal for Hong Kong

One of the worlds busiest municipals have kept growing outstandingly placid as more and more beings stay at home It was the third night in a row that Biyanca Chu’s neighbourhood, Wong Tai Sin, a working-class residential district in Hong…

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Hong Kong civil servants protest in defiance of loyalty order

Mass walkout from government offices at start of four daytimes of mass demonstrations Thousands of civil servants in Hong Kong have protested against the government in a uncommon showing of defiance as the city bracings for four consecutive days of…

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Singapore seizes record haul of smuggled elephant ivory

Nine tonnes of contraband tusks from about 300 swine found in illegal cargo from DRC Singapore has induced its largest ever seizure of smuggled tusk, confiscating a pull of nearly nine tonnes of contraband tusks from an estimated 300 elephants,…

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Chinese contractors held as toll in Cambodia building collapse rises to 24

Anger stretching over poverty-stricken standards in interpretation boom that has transformed Sihanoukville into sightseer and gambling hub The death toll in a house crumble in Cambodia increased to 24 as hopes faded of find any more survivors. Two epoches after…

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‘Of excellent content’: Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump still write to each other

North Korean leader promises to seriously contemplate the interesting content of letter from US penpal who recently receives an beautiful note The North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, has received a personal letter from Donald Trump and will place serious thought…

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Tokyo’s tipping point: is the impenetrable city finally opening up?

As Japans capital welcomes immigrants and prepares to host the Olympics, 2019 could be the year the worlds largest megalopolis disappears absolutely global On a warm May evening in the constrict alleys of Omoide Yokocho( Memory Lane) next to the…

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