Monday, April 12, 2010

Daily Kor for April 12, 2010

This was about as close as I came to a news-free day, with virtually nothing new from the international new wires and papers. Must be spring.
  1. ROK government warns South Korean citizens against travel to Bangkok after deadly clashes between protesters and Thai military (Bloomberg)
    • Japanese cameraman working for Reuters among the 21 dead in Thailand (Japan Times)
  2. President Lee heads to Washington to attend inaugural summit on nuclear security (Yonhap)
  3. South Korea opens medical center and job training facility near Bagram, Afghanistan (Yonhap)
  4. Harvard-educated professor emeritus from KAIST to jointly head probe into sinking of Chonan (Yonhap, Joongang Daily)
  5. Foreign investors purchase a net 6.26 trillion won in Korean bonds in March (Yonhap)
  6. Archaeologists in South Kyŏngsang Province discover ancient Kojosŏn scribes used primitive stone keyboards (Yonhap)


  1. This is some history that is bound to upset some, but the truth hurts.

    1.9 million years of history

  2. The keyboard thing made me laugh.

  3. If I needed a tablet PC, I think I'd take the openess of the "WePad" over Apple's closed-off version: German Tablet PC


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