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LinkAsia Headlines: April 15, 2014
Thousands of workers strike for higher benefits in the southern Chinese city of Dongguan, President Park Guen-hye apologizes for South Korea's NIS misconduct, China's Foreign Ministry reacts to a critical...

LinkAsia Headlines: April 14, 2014
The search for Malaysian airliner MH370 enters a new phase as the black box batteries are presumed dead and a U.S. Navy drone is deployed to scour the ocean floor...

LinkAsia News: April 11, 2014
This week on LinkAsia, top defense officials from the U.S. and China attempt to improve relations between the two countries, Australia's Prime Minister claims they are zeroing in on MH370's...

Will the Defense Secretary's Visit Improve U.S.-China Relations?
The United States Defense Secretary, Chuck Hagel, traveled to China this week to try to improve relations between the two countries' militaries. Hagel had a tense discussion with the Chinese...
"Very Confident Signals are from Black Box on MH370" says Tony Abbott
Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott told reporters in China that searchers are closing in on the black box of Malaysian airliner MH370. The plane, which has been missing for over...
Asia's Two Largest Democracies Hold Elections as Taiwan Settles
Indonesia's fourth democratic elections since the dictatorship of Suharto are going smoothly. India's sixteenth general election campaign is marred by threats and violence, as LinkAsia's Ajoy Bose analyzes what are...

China's Sina Weibo Erupts over Celebrity Cheating Scandal
Many of actor Wen Zhang's 53 million followers on China's most popular social network were outraged when Wen publicly apologized for cheating on his pregnant wife. The scandal prompted record...
LinkAsia Headlines: April 11, 2014
Residents rush to purchase bottled water, as the drinking water in the western Chinese city of Lanzhou is discovered to be contaminated with benzyne. In Beijing, Xu Zhiyong, a Chinese...

LinkAsia Headlines: April 10, 2014
Taiwanese students removed their barricades today, as the 24-day student occupation of parliament in protest of a controversial trade pact with China ended in compromise. Those searching for MH370 have...

LinkAsia Headlines: April 9, 2014
Toyota recalls nearly 6.4 million vehicles worldwide for five distinct defects in 27 different models. The Australian Navy announces that HMAS Ocean Shield has detected signals from MH370's flight recorder...
Chinese Restaurants: India West

Meet the brothers Nini and Baba Ling. They grew up in a Chinese-Indian family and now both run successful chinese restaurants by using only the freshest ingredients in their cooking.

LinkAsia Headlines: April 8, 2014
The U.S. Defense Secretary and China's Defense Minister clashed over territorial disputes in the East and South China Seas, no fresh evidence over fate of MH370, and a Ming Dynasty...

Chinese Restaurants: India East
Samson, Richard, Samuel, and Stephen Yeh were born in Calcutta and suffered from the aftermath the 1962 Sino-Indian border conflict. Today, the four brothers take turns running the New Embassy...

LinkAsia News: April 4, 2014
Can Taiwan's Sunflower Movement Succeed?
(LinkAsia: 4/4/14) LinkAsia speaks with Oliver Chen, one of the leaders of student protests dubbed the "Sunflower Movement" and currently occupying Taiwan's parliament. The protesters oppose a controversial trade deal...