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Htin Kyaw, Aung San Suu Kyi

Myanmar’s Presidential Election Chooses Htin Kyaw, Close Friend of Aung San Suu Kyi

Jeffrey Tsai

·Htin Kyaw’s close relationship with Aung San Suu Kyi puts her effectively as the leader of Myanmar. ·Kyaw is Myanmar’s first civilian president after half a century of military rule over the country.

Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump reacts at his 2016 New Hampshire presidential primary night rally in Manchester

Recap of the US Presidential Primaries: Trump and Clinton in the Lead, Sanders is the Dark Horse

Jeffrey Tsai

·Trump is increasingly likely to become the Republican candidate for the 2016 Presidential election. ·Sanders has had a string of wins, capped with the upset at Michigan, that threatens Clinton’s current lead for the nomination race.

A man reads a board extolling China's contribution to the fight against Ebola, in Monrovia

China’s Military Expansion Into Africa

Jeffrey Tsai

·China is expanding its military in light of national interests in the African region. ·This may signal China’s desire to increase international participation.

Hong Kong Missing Booksellers

International Scrutiny on Hong Kong’s Missing Five

Jeffrey Tsai

China faces criticism from the United States and the United Kingdom on infringing freedom of the press and human rights. Taiwan remains silent on the issue except for an urging to adhere to freedom of the press and human rights. China fired back at the UK over its interference of its domestic affairs.

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Chinese Tourist Levels Rumored to Lower Between March to May

Jeffrey Tsai

·Dropping Chinese tourist levels may negatively affect Taiwan’s tourist industry. ·The election of Tsai Ing-wen may have prompted the Chinese government to restrict Cross-Strait tourism.

Alvin Yeung, a candidate from Civic Party, waves at a campaign rally during a legislative by-election in Hong Kong

Hong Kong By-Election Results Show Rising Tide of Youth Discontent

Jeffrey Tsai

·This election upheld the precarious status quo in Hong Kong’s legislative body. ·Edward Leung, arrested for his role in the Fishball Revolution, got 15% of the votes, demonstrating the rise of youth discontent influencing politics.

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