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LinkAsia Headlines: July 21, 2014
In China, typhoon Rammasun hits southern provinces and causes economic losses of over 2 billion U.S dollars. In India, the protest against sexual assault and rape continues in Bangalore. The...

LinkAsia News: June 27, 2014
This week on LinkAsia, analysis of Japan's decision to uphold its decades old World War II apology and the country's part-time workers question whether they will benefit from Abe's economic...

Japan's Government Works on Its Reputation at Home and Abroad
(LinkAsia: 6/27/14) Last week Japan's government issued its review of the so-called Kono Statement - the apology issued in 1993 to Asian countries for Japan's actions during World War II...

To rescue a rural Maine community from the unemployment line, a Boston businessman hatches a plan to reopen a local plant as a lobster-packing facility. It seems like the perfect...

Special: The 99% - Occupy Everywhere (Promo)
The 99% - Occupy Everywhere reveals critical issues that are plaguing America such as vast income inequality and a lack of access to health care and education. The solution? Remove...

LinkAsia News: December 13, 2013
LinkAsia News: December 6, 2013
China Declares Air Defense Zone over Disputed Islands
South Korean Military Rebuffs China's Air Defense Zone
(LinkAsia: 12/6/13) A journalist from South Korean broadcaster MBC joined a military air patrol that breached China's new unilaterally-drawn air defense identification zone. The zone covers a disputed island,...

Will China's Show of Force Undermine Economic Goals?
(LinkAsia: 12/6/13) China's declaration of a controversial air defense identification zone comes on the heels of a series of far-reaching economic reforms. LinkAsia speaks with Beijing-based journalist Francisco Sisci about...

Special: Downeast (Promo)

Set during an era of U.S. post-industrialization in which numerous factories have been exported, Downeast focuses on Antonio Bussone's efforts to open a processing factory in rural Maine.

LinkAsia News: August 2, 2013
China's Markets Dive as Country's Debt Spirals
(LinkAsia: 8/2/13) China's cities and provinces borrowed massive amounts of money in the wake of the 2008 international financial crisis in order to keep the country's economy growing. But as...

'Major Economic Reform' on the Horizon as China's Debt Grows
(LinkAsia: 8/2/13) China's government is undertaking its third audit in the past two years, as the country's debt increases and growth numbers slide. LinkAsia speaks with Bob Kapp, former head...

LinkAsia News: July 19, 2013