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North Korea Ridicules U.S. Over Ferguson. Calls It The 'Graveyard Of Human Rights'!

North Korea Ridicules U.S. Over Ferguson. Calls It The 'Graveyard Of Human Rights'!
 - The United States it seems is receiving some lessons in human rights from an unlikely nation. In an official statement released by North Korea, ...

North Korea Warns of Punishment for US, Allies

North Korea Warns of Punishment for US, Allies
 - Soldiers and citizens in Pyongyang, North Korea, on Tuesday protested a UN resolution condemning their country's human rights record.

Rising star of Kim Jong-un's little sister Kim Yo-jong

Rising star of Kim Jong-un's little sister Kim Yo-jong
 - North Korea revealed yesterday that leader Kim Jong-un's younger sister holds ... this month condemned the North's human rights record and recommended that its ... Criminal Court on possible charges of crimes against humanity.


UN raps N Korea for rights abuse

UN raps N Korea for rights abuse
 - The Kirby report had indicted the Kim regime by declaring North Korea's human rights situation “exceeds all others in duration, intensity and horror”.

Will the LGBT Workplace Index be successful in promoting diverse and inclusive workplaces?

Will the LGBT Workplace Index be successful in promoting diverse and inclusive workplaces?
 - Hailed as a litmus test for other Asian markets, the LGBT Workplace Index recently launched in Hong Kong. Designed to assess the establishment of ...

At UN, Western Europe Goes After Developing World on LGBT Rights

At UN, Western Europe Goes After Developing World on LGBT Rights
 - Latin America came in second with 23.5% of the references to expanding LGBT rights, Eastern Europe received 18.1%, and the Asia-Pacific region ...

Being LGBT in Asia: Nepal Country Report

Being LGBT in Asia: Nepal Country Report
 - Being LGBT in Asia: Nepal Country Report provides an overview of LGBT rights in Nepal including the current challenges facing and ...

Education, graft the hottest topics on Chinese Internet

Education, graft the hottest topics on Chinese Internet
  - A recent report shows that education and graft are the two most popular topics for online discussion, China Youth Daily reported on Wednesday.

China to evaluate students' football skills

China to evaluate students' football skills
 - China's education minister Yuan Guiren said on Wednesday that football will be factored in when forming a comprehensive quality assessment of ...

Being gay in China: Does the rainbow flag fly free? Are there gay rights in China?

Being gay in China: Does the rainbow flag fly free? Are there gay rights in China?
 - But unlike their counterparts in the West, China's LGBT community does not have to face down strident political opposition or right-wing religious ...

Who needs a second child anyway?

Who needs a second child anyway?
 - The survey by the China Youth Daily found that the economic cost and extra time needed for raising children were the main reasons preventing ...

China's First 'Cultural Mansion' Off to Slow Start

China's First 'Cultural Mansion' Off to Slow Start
 - The second floor of the 'Chinese Cultural Mansion,' located above the ... China's soft power has even spread to children's television programs, with ...

Failing to Find Family Successors Could Threaten China's Economy

Failing to Find Family Successors Could Threaten China's Economy
 - The overwhelming majority of China's private enterprises are family owned. ... The children are keen to introduce advanced Western management ...

Terrified Congolese refugees prefer hunger to going home

Terrified Congolese refugees prefer hunger to going home
  -Despite facing hunger, and struggling to put their children through school, many of those sheltering at Lukwangulo and other refugee camps in ...

20 years of heartache, then finally, a baby

20 years of heartache, then finally, a baby
 - When we went on staff and family outings all the little children wanted to sit .... and our documents were sent to the China Centre for Adoption Affairs.

China drafts first domestic violence law

China drafts first domestic violence law
 - Legal and community help is becoming more available in China for women, children and the aged trapped in the cycle of violence, following the ...


China's internet cafes can't make money unless they break the law

China's internet cafes can't make money unless they break the law
 - Between 2011 and 2012, for example, 10,000 internet cafes in China shut ... If you don't let kids in to play games, then basically you can't make any ...

What's the fuss about studying abroad?

What's the fuss about studying abroad?
 - Some 80 per cent of China's rich have plans to send their children abroad for studies, the highest percentage in the world, says a recent Hurun report.

Children start using Web at younger age

Children start using Web at younger age
 - More than half of children in China under 18 started to use the Internet ... the highest proportion of children who have used the Internet - 96 percent.

Orphanages damage children for life, says group founder

Orphanages damage children for life, says group founder
 - Gary Stephens, one of the four founders of Mother's Choice, told the South China Morning Post that every child should have a family - biological or ...

How Much Beijing's Higher Subway Fares Will Cost You

How Much Beijing's Higher Subway Fares Will Cost You
 - That system mirrors others in China ranging from flag-down taxi fees in many cities to natural gas nationwide intended to soothe worries about inflation ...

Feeding the faithful

Feeding the faithful
 - Halal food manufacturers in Northwest China want to become household ... Muslims in China, a non-Muslim country, have long been isolated from ... of the 2,400 cities and counties in China surveyed have halal food industries, but ...

Two out of every five foreign-educated Chinese earn below 5000 yuan a month: study

Two out of every five foreign-educated Chinese earn below 5000 yuan a month: study
 - About 40 per cent of Chinese graduates returning from studies overseas ... students who want to pursue employment in China or to settle in cities.

Why, Like China, We Should Watch The Taiwanese Elections

Why, Like China, We Should Watch The Taiwanese Elections
 - A significant proportion of the city's population moved to the island from mainland China in the late 1940s, much later than those who emigrated from ...

Drugs a natural target in Beijing's war against corruption

Drugs a natural target in Beijing's war against corruption
 - Shandong's port cities serve as transport hubs for drugs supplying Mongolia, South Korea and Japan as well as other Chinese cities. Experts say it will ...