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LinkAsia News: April 4, 2014
Forging Ahead in South Korean Spy Scandal
(LinkAsia: 4/4/14) A South Korean agent of the National Intelligence Service has been indicted on charges of falsifying evidence in the trial of Yoo Woo-sung, a North Korean defector arrested...
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...

e²: The Green Apple
(Episode 1) The series begins in New York, a city that combats the urban myth of the bustling city as a "concrete jungle" by improving its industrial skyline with several...

e²: China - From Red to Green?
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: September 20, 2013
UN Report: North Korean Atrocities Rival Khmer Rouge
(LinkAsia: 9/20/13) Human rights investigators have released a report on North Korea's vast prison network that paints a picture of unspeakable atrocities. Upwards of 120,000 prisoners are being tortured and...

LinkAsia News: August 16, 2013
Korean Thaw: North and South Agree to Reopen Kaesong
(LinkAsia: 8/16/13) North and South Korean officials have reached an agreement to re-open the Kaesong Industrial Complex, a joint project that employs over 50,000 North Korean workers. Kim Jong-un ordered...

LinkAsia News: August 9, 2013
Renewed Talks Hint at Thaw in Korean Peninsula Tensions
(LinkAsia: 8/9/13) South Korea has agreed to resume talks with North Korea over the closed Kaesong Industrial Zone. The joint project has been shuttered since April on orders from North...

LinkAsia News: April 5, 2013
North Korea Shutters 'Last Point of Contact' with South
(LinkAsia: 4/5/13) North Korea raised tensions further this week by announcing that it is going to close the Kaesong industrial park. This joint venture between North and South employs 50,000...

China: Water Pollution Creating Wave of 'Cancer Villages'
(LinkAsia: 3/1/13) Due to lax regulations, factories across China have dumped toxic waste and chemicals into local rivers and lakes for years. Villages downstream have seen an explosion in cancer...