Link TV's Jalal Ghazi speaks with Cafe Destijl owner and Link supporter Fredy Tamraz about the value of Link's programming in the community.
This week on LinkAsia, China cracks down on undocumented immigrants, South Korean Buddhist monks get busted for bad behavior, India's national sport falling apart at the seams, and more.
This week on LinkAsia, South Koreans are anxious over US beef, China's reformers paint Bo as the new Mao, Russia joins China for Yellow Sea naval drills, and more.
(LinkAsia: December 2, 2011) China's television regulator tells stations they can’t interrupt drama and documentary programs with commercials starting in January 2012. Ads will be permitted only between such programs. Contributor: Charlie Custer
(LinkAsia: November 4, 2011) China is restricting the amount of entertainment television that can air each week. Charlie Custer tells us Chinese netizens are not amused. Contributor: Charlie Custer