- HSBC may have another go at Korea Exchange Bank.
- Hyundai Heavy Industries may pare its buys of Chinese steel plates in favor of a new Korean steel mill.
- LG Chemical has supposedly cut its carbon emissions by 34 percent.
- North Korea has put together a fine electronic map of the entire peninsula, including enemy occupied southern Korea.
- Here's today's Press Digest from Reuters.
- A Korean scholar claims to have found in France four more treasures looted from the Chosŏn Kingdom by the French. And give the French a break on this one: How often do they get to say the French equivalent of "To the victors go the spoils!"?
- Speaking of Korean treasures abroad, the KT has an interesting article on the tens of thousands of Korean artworks abroad, most of which are in Japan.
- Brian Orser will become an honorary Seoul citizen.
- A government report says that, so far, they've had good results from the English-teaching robots. Well, maybe they should read THIS!
- In a bid to reduce corruption by education superintendents, the government will begin choosing principals through an application process.
- More on the choice of Terra Nova Bay for South Korea's second Antarctic base.
- In an op-ed laden with somewhat offensive Irish references, the Washington Post editorializes on US Representative Denis Kucinich's decision to go ahead and support Obamacare despite reservations that the bill doesn't go far enough.
- US Census Bureau forms start arriving today. If you're bilingual and looking for work, the Census Bureau will pay you $17/hour to go knock on the doors of people who don't fill them out, which will include a lot of people who primarily speak Korean at home.
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