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Special: Primary Concern (Promo)

Primary Concern takes us to the front lines of the looming national health care crisis by more closely examining the lives of primary care practitioners in rural Georgia.

LinkAsia News: July 19, 2013
Chinese Dream, Delayed: Grads Struggle to Find Work
(LinkAsia: 7/19/13) As China's economy slows down, college graduates are anxiously scouring job listings. Today its estimated that one in four grads is unemployed, with even worse numbers for grads...

LinkAsia News: May 24, 2013
Chinese Grads Rail Against Unfair Hiring Tactics
(LinkAsia: 5/24/13) Times are tough for China's recent college grads, with 7 out of every 10 without employment. Rather than a lack of experience holding them back from landing a...

Cheating, Gangnam-Style: South Korea's SAT Scandal
(LinkAsia: 2/22/13) English schools in Seoul's posh Gangnam district have been accused of helping their students cheat on the American college entrance exam, the SAT. South Korean broadcaster MBC reports...

LinkAsia News: February 22, 2013
Chinese Migrants Fight For Education Rights
(LinkAsia Bulletin: 12/4/12) Fifteen-year-old student Zhan Haite has sparked a national debate on microblogging site Sina Weibo around access to education for Chinese who migrate to cities from rural areas...

Al Jazeera English - Witness: Mohamad at Eton (Clip)
Special: Default - The Student Loan Documentary (Promo)
This documentary chronicles the stories of borrowers from different backgrounds affected by the student lending industry and their struggles to change the system.

LinkAsia News: 11/11/11
This week on LinkAsia, Yale University researcher Angel Hsu explains the differences between the way China monitors air pollution and how the US counts particulates, dissident artist Ai Weiwei gets...

Two South Korean Colleges Charged with Fraud, Ordered to Close
(LinkAsia: 11/11/11) South Korea's Ministry of Education says two colleges embezzled funds and cheated students. They are closed. The government says it is part of a reform...
LinkAsia News: 9/16/11
Spiraling Prices Slam Students in Vietnam
(LinkAsia News: 09/16/11) Increasing prices for daily items are making it even harder for poor, low-income students in Vietnam to survive and afford their university tuitions. Broadcaster: VTV4

LinkAsia News: 08/12/11