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Month: February 2012

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By Donald Kirk ​The Chinese by now must be getting the message. How long can they pretend not to hear...
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By John M. Rodgers On Tuesday, March 13 at 10:40 a.m., travel agent and serial scammer, Kang Wan Koo (aka...
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By Lee Scott and Iwazaru The first rule of doing damage control on an Internet meltdown is to protect your...
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By Scott Freeman Many years ago I vaguely remember walking into a record store and purchasing an album titled “More...
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An International Artists Community group exhibition March 3rd-14th 2012 ... Gallery Golmok In art, the unclothed human form has been...
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By John M. Rodgers When 28-year-old Korean-American Robert Park crossed the frozen Tumen River that divides China and North Korea...
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By Lee Scott When we arrived at the police station, the minivan's owner had gone out to have dinner. They...
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By Achilles “I don’t like teaching English!” said “Sally” to the class. “Matt” said the same. And then “Lisa.” And...
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By The Expat This morning’s early stroll around Itaewon started out peacefully. I parked my car and walked up what...
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By Mizaru In the basement of the apartment building I lived in is the Police Bar. My room was above...
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By David Wills During my three years in South Korea, there wasn’t much the locals would say to me about...
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By Lee Scott It was a little after midnight when we heard a loud police siren coming. A black minivan...
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By Matthew Lamers with photos by Dylan Goldby “The broader term is New Journalism — think Wolfe, Capote, Talese and,...
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By Earnest Lee Have you ever thought about how weird life can get? Hoping from one culture to another as...
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