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By Donald Kirk The growth of megachurches worldwide is a global phenomenon, a mass movement in which thousands of individual...
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By Mizaru 7D front covers are now signaling that life and style in Phnom Penh consists of the exquisite grotesques...
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By Scott Liam Soper After searching for a neat sounding architecture tour of the city I live in, I signed...
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By Haerin Shin and Angela Becerra Vidergar Abstract Comics, which raises a host of questions: What has to be there...
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By Haerin Shin and Angela Becerra Vidergar Four months have gone by since what I’d call Korea’s first “cyberpunk”(-ish) film,...
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By Mizaru It’s Saturday night, the big night out all over the world, and I want to go over to...
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By SmurfyStew Restaurant Pyongyang sits on busy Monivong Boulevard, in the heart of Phnom Penh. The building itself is nondescript...
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By Mizaru You probably won’t miss Craftworks; the sign board on the street is a good catch all. Inside the...
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Photos and write-up by Kyle McGregor At the TGS, Costume Play (Cosplay) is at its best. The quality of the...
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By Konrad Kostecki Sadly today, unless one happens to be a history buff, most people’s knowledge of the Korean War...
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By Megan O'Brien Sandwiches are always better when someone else makes them: who is cutting, building and flavoring your sandwiches?...
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By Marie Kulik “Korean society asks women to have the same face, body and build, which has become people’s idea...
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By Kate Knibbs Last Saturday, I sat down at The Hungry Dog, HBC’s newest eatery, with a ravenous, sun-burnt clan...
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By Jesse Coy It's March 10, and damn, I’m on the bus to Seoul, where I can finally see one...
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By Jesse Coy This is later, and boy, was I happy that I took the 1 p.m. and not the...
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