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Moderna’s Omicron-specific Covid-19 vaccine shows positive results

Moderna’s Omicron-specific Covid-19 vaccine shows positive results

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“We want to be as ready as early as August for shipping,” he added to investors in a call.The results were broadly welcomed...
Video: ‘It makes my blood boil’: torture victims denounce Marcos family before Philippines election

Video: ‘It makes my blood boil’: torture victims denounce Marcos family before Philippines election

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Video: ‘It makes my blood boil’: torture victims denounce Marcos family before Philippines election
US President Joe Biden to launch Indo-Pacific Economic plan during Asia trip to Japan, South Korea

US President Joe Biden to launch Indo-Pacific Economic plan during Asia trip to Japan,...

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The IPEF is part of the Biden administration’s efforts to counter China’s clout in Asia, following America’s withdrawal from talks on the Trans-Pacific...
China’s new envoy to Singapore says will promote ‘peace and prosperity’ in the region

China’s new envoy to Singapore says will promote ‘peace and prosperity’ in the region

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Sun Haiyan, a longtime member of the International Liaison Department, is China’s 12th ambassador to Singapore.
Climate change may increase risk of new infectious diseases, especially in Asia, Africa

Climate change may increase risk of new infectious diseases, especially in Asia, Africa

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A new study brings together the two most pressing global concerns and suggests over 3,000 mammal species might migrate and share viruses over...
US firms face ‘significant impact’ on revenue as growth slows in China, but Southeast Asia could gain

US firms face ‘significant impact’ on revenue as growth slows in China, but Southeast...

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Slowing growth in the all-important China market is likely to hurt revenue among US firms operating in the country, but Southeast Asian manufacturers...
50 years since Nixon visited China

50 years since Nixon visited China

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In February 1972, US president Richard Nixon defied conventional foreign policy wisdom when he arrived in Beijing for meetings with Chinese leader Mao...
Tiger exports to Asia from South Africa are booming, threatening survival of the species

Tiger exports to Asia from South Africa are booming, threatening survival of the species

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South Africa’s legal lion breeding has spawned a tiger farming industry for commercial exports, potentially posing a threat to the species already in...
Surrogacy scandal, Year of the Tiger and a metaverse wedding

Surrogacy scandal, Year of the Tiger and a metaverse wedding

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Surrogacy scandal, Year of the Tiger and a metaverse wedding
Chinese province takes on twin coronavirus fronts of Omicron and Delta

Chinese province takes on twin coronavirus fronts of Omicron and Delta

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Henan in central China has become the first province in the country to officially combat Omicron and Delta coronavirus variants at the same...
China’s innovative ‘happy schools’ popular with parents leaving the academically demanding mainstream education sector

China’s innovative ‘happy schools’ popular with parents leaving the academically demanding mainstream education sector

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When Zhang Fen visited the aptly named Happy School with her son Tian Tian, a Primary Two student, she thought: “This is the...
Technology confirms that the best is yet to come in Hongkong Post’s 180-year public service history

Technology confirms that the best is yet to come in Hongkong Post’s 180-year public...

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  The city’s flag-bearing postal service administrator, Hongkong Post has found itself in the fastest changing environment in its 180-year history. As everywhere else in...
US-China talks unlikely to improve ties in the long run, says Asia Society’s Ronnie Chan Chi-chung

US-China talks unlikely to improve ties in the long run, says Asia Society’s Ronnie...

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Talks between China and the United States are unlikely to improve ties significantly as the countries are set for long-term confrontation decades in...
China’s climate change commitments in focus

China’s climate change commitments in focus

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At the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow on October 31 to November 12, 2021, Beijing came under pressure to embrace more ambitious climate...
Asia set for harsh winter as La Nina weather pattern forms over Pacific Ocean

Asia set for harsh winter as La Nina weather pattern forms over Pacific Ocean

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A weather phenomenon that typically delivers harsher winters is on the way and is expected to add to Asia’s energy crisis.The La Nina...
European youth conference: Participation of young people in political  processes and decision-making locally, regionally, nationally and at  European level | Newsroom

Call for Articles: Eastern Europe to Central Asia

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Deadline: Oct 1st 2021 We are looking for analyses and articles from young scholars and researchers for our think tank. The topic should concern current...
Five ways to support youth inclusion in peacebuilding | Conciliation  Resources

Apply! South Asia/Southeast Asia Young Peacebuilders Training Programme

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Welcome to the application form to become a youth facilitator with the Youth Engagement and Empowerment Programme (YEEP) of the United Nations Counter-Terrorism Center...
US withdrawal leaves China and Russia a mess in Central Asia as Afghan security woes spread

US withdrawal leaves China and Russia a mess in Central Asia as Afghan security...

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The withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan has allowed the Taliban to capture large swathes of territory in the northern part of the...
Apply to become a member of the IVolunteer International’s Writer’s Council Cohort 4

Apply! UNESCO Asia Pacific Awards 2021

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UNESCO Asia Pacific Awards is now accepting submissions and focusing on strengthening sustainable development countries’ cultural foundation. Awards standardize the practice of conserving...
Chinese army faces problems in weapons innovation, relying on foreign acquisitions, US study finds

Chinese army faces problems in weapons innovation, relying on foreign acquisitions, US study finds

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China’s military has overcome numerous technological challenges to chip away at the United States’ supremacy in recent years, but continues to be stymied...