What Is ASEAN And Why Is It Important For Southeast Asia?

What Is ASEAN And Why Is It Important For Southeast Asia?

In February 2016, the United States hosted its first ever ASEAN Summit. ASEAN stands for Association of Southeast Asian Nations. The meeting was part of President Obama’s efforts to strengthen economic and security ties with Southeast Asia. The US’s interest in ASEAN has grown significantly in recent years as tensions rise over the highly disputed South China Sea. So, what

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Taiwan Episode 10 – Seeing China from Taiwan

Tiny street! – Oh yeah they will renovate it? – Yes – Good! Then I’ll have to come back again – Here is like in Jiufen? – No! – … high and low, walking into these narrow streets – It reminds me more of Penghu some places with the traditional houses but of course the weather is more comfortable here

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360 video, Shanghai, China. The most populous city in the world. 8K aerial video

360 video, Shanghai, China. The most populous city in the world. 8K aerial video

Shanghai holds several world records with its size. Having a population of more than 24 million people, it is the biggest city not only in China, but on the whole planet. Its 673-kilometer subway is the longest in the world. Moreover, Shanghai is the biggest seaport by cargo turnover volume. Shanghai is divided in two parts by the Huangpu River

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NORTH KOREAN says U.S. bomber flights push peninsula to brink of nuclear war

NORTH KOREAN says U.S. bomber flights push peninsula to brink of nuclear war

North Korea accused the United States on Tuesday of pushing the Korean peninsula to the brink of nuclear war after a pair of strategic U.S. bombers flew training drills with the South Korean and Japanese air forces in another show of strength. The two supersonic B-1B Lancer bombers were deployed amid rising tensions over North Korea’s dogged pursuit of its

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Lisboa Casino – Macau Peninsula, Macau, China

Lisboa Casino – Macau Peninsula, Macau, China

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China, Japan seek to take relationship to next level with summit

China, Japan seek to take relationship to next level with summit

It was one of the more eye-catching pre-summit meetings in Osaka… given the countries’ grim shared history and their ongoing animosity for each other. However, the leaders of China and Japan met on Thursday ahead of the G20 Summit,… vowing to improve their relations as “eternal neighbors”. The meeting was also anticipated as Xi Jinping is the first Chinese leader

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Sharp on Recent Tensions on the Korean Peninsula

Sharp on Recent Tensions on the Korean Peninsula

You’ve mention the state of tremendous flux and the need for cooperation in the face of some very large problems. Could you share with us your thoughts on the challenges North Korea poses— in particular over the course of the last six months—and how those challenges play out relative to Kim Jong Un’s consolidation of leadership? There are many parts

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{Trip} Taiwan Travel — MATSU Islands, BEIGAN and NANGAN/馬祖北竿南竿

{Trip} Taiwan Travel — MATSU Islands, BEIGAN and NANGAN/馬祖北竿南竿 » Read more

Why Every Map of China is Just Slightly Wrong

Why Every Map of China is Just Slightly Wrong

This video was made possible by Wix. Start building your website today for free at wix.com/go/HAI. So, first things first, this video is not about the hugely controversial and politically divisive places that you probably assume it is based off the title. Namely, this, this, this, and this. So let’s say you’re you, and you’re on a road trip heading

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North Korea vs. South Korea: Why has the peninsula been divided?

This is the Korean peninsula. A 1,000 kilometre strip of land that people have been fighting over for centuries. ♪ ♪ Split into two countries, it’s home to an estimated 75 million people. 25 million in the north, and 50 million in the south. But it hasn’t always been like this. ♪ ♪ So, how do we get two Koreas?

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