Category: Northeast Asia

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To heal or to harm – problematic doctor-patient relationships in China

According to a non-official survey in China, around 60% of medical workers in China are unwilling to let their children become doctors after growing up. […]

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A sobering look at South Korea’s drinking culture

With an estimated 1.6 million alcoholics, Monsoon subeditor Tammy Cho looks at why so many in South Korea are hitting the bottle too hard. South Korea has […]

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Warm diplomacy in the world’s coldest capital

“The sleeping giant of Asia has awakened.” So warned Charles Morgan, the Honourable Member for Reid speaking of Asia to a deeply divided Australian parliament […]

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The Eagle has Floundered

Dominic Huntley explores the discrepancy between words and action in US policy in Asia. United States policy in Asia is fraught with an increasing discrepancy […]