- Has Trigem computer come up with an "iPad killer"?
- It's not a Korean economic story, but in the US, healthcare costs have reached a record 17.3% of the economy. And pretty soon the government's share of that (through the failed socialist experiment known as Medicare, among other things)
- MSNBC warns that Toyota's mass recall could push the Japanese automaker over the brink.
- A majority of South Korean studies see a need for reunification. And why not? To the average North Korean girl, even the nerdiest of South Korean guys can seem way cool.
- John Glionna of the Los Angeles Times visits a Chinese museum for the Korean War, right across the river from North Korea.
- KIST scientists say coffee consumption can prevent brain cancer.
- USC is said to be serious about setting up an engineering campus at Songdo, in Inchon.
- A National Assembly think tank is suggestion that immigration reform is necessary to combat the abysmally low birth rate.
- Meanwhile, a ruling party lawmaker said more international residents should be on the local councils of districts with a high multicultural population.
- A group of anti-abortion doctors has filed complaints against three abortion-performing clinics, in what is being seen as a first volley in a prolonged war on abortion.
- Illegal English tutoring abounds in South Korea. And while they're pretty sure foreigners on non-F-series visas are also doing it, they're hard to catch because of that pesky right to privacy.
- Los Angeles may require new homes to have rainwater catchment and purification systems to make them more environmentally sustainable. Some builders are complaining, but hey, it's less icky than what Orange County does.
- Because you want to see it, NBC's Today has the eighteen best female celebrity tattoos.
- Will the public pay to see Mel Gibson in his first starring role since his alcohol-fueld anti-Semitic rant and public meltdown?
- Can fish oil stave off the onset of psychosis?
- Here are some do's and don'ts about eating Italian food in Italy. I think I broke half of them, including the eating-pasta-with-a-spoon thing.
- Replace "Jews" with "Asians" in this article and you've got an article on Asian sensitivity (which sometimes becomes hypersensitivity) about stereotypical portrayals in entertainment media.
- Do you have the butt that American Apparel is looking for?
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