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South Korea Reports First Coronavirus Death as Outbreak Enters 'New Phase'

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With South Korea seeing an increase in novel coronavirus infections and reporting its first death, the country is stepping up measures against the outbreak and the economic fallout.


Chinese Activist Detained After Calling on Xi Jinping to Resign

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In the latest crackdown on free speech, Chinese activist Xu Zhiyong was detained after calling Xi Jinping "clueless" on the coronavirus outbreak.


Parasite Makes History at Oscars

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In a historic victory, Parasite is the first non-English film to win best picture, the Academy's most prestigious award.


In Myanmar, Betel Quid Chewing Remains Popular Despite Risks

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Myanmar can't seem to kick Betel quid chewing, a collective addiction that causes terminal illness among other alarming health issues.


Singapore Prepares for Doctor Visits Over Video Call

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Singapore looks to add to its regional lead in medical technology by regulating telemedicine.


China Tries to Stop Spread of Virus But No Vaccine in Sight

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China's all-out effort to curb the disease involves military doctors and the creation of scientific and infrastructure arrangements to deal with the challenge. However, developing a vaccine and medicine remains a challenge.

中國春運30億人次出行 添武漢肺炎傳播風險

Chinese Health Officials Report Huge Spike in Cases of New Virus

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136 new cases of the 2019-nCoV coronavirus were confirmed in Wuhan over the past three days, and officials still know very little about how it's transmitted.


Taiwan Elections Belie Notion of ‘Asian Value,’ Says Analyst

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Taiwan’s election this week, along with South Korea’s successful democratic transition in the 1990s, challenged the notion that democracy isn't suited for Asian cultures.


Philippines Would Hurt Tourism, Ease Political Disputes by Requiring Americans to Get Visas

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The Philipipnes' tourism sector would take a hit, but a visa rule for Americans would ease tension over a criminal case in Manila.


Chinese Pastor Wang Yi Given 9 Year Sentence on State Subversion

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Human rights activists say verdict paints bleak picture of government-led persecution of religious groups under Chinese President Xi Jinping.

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