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1. 2017-06-08 K-pop superstar T.O.P. in intensive care after overdose Seoul, South Korea
2. 2017-04-02 Roland founder, digital music pioneer Kakehashi dies Japan
D. 2017-01-27 China marks Lunar New Year China
4. 2016-05-04 China deploys folk singer to disputed Spratly Islands Spratlys, South China Sea, Southern China
F. 2016-02-08 China rings in the Year of the Monkey China
2015-12-31 New Year: Celebrations mark start of 2016 Japan
7. 2015-12-12 N Korean pop band Moranbong ends China goodwill tour Beijing
I. 2015-04-07 Activist launches balloons w. 'The Interview' DVDs to North Korea South Korea
J. 2014-12-20 N Korea seeks joint Sony hack probe North Korea

N Korean pop band Moranbong ends China goodwill tour  An all-female pop group from North Korea has ended its goodwill tour of China - before it even began   Activist launches balloons w. 'The Interview' DVDs to North Korea  A South Korean activist launched balloons carrying thousands of DVDs of a movie depicting a plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong... N Korea seeks joint Sony hack probe
K-pop superstar T.O.P. in intensive care after overdose Map of Seoul South Korea  Korean singer T.O.P., one of the biggest stars in Asian music, is recovering in intensive care from a suspected drug overdose Roland founder, digital music pioneer Kakehashi dies  Ikutaro Kakehashi, the Japanese engineer who pioneered digital music and founded synthesizer giant Roland Corp., has died at 87 China marks Lunar New Year  Chinese are heading to temples and fairs to wish for an auspicious start to the Lunar New Year China deploys folk singer to disputed Spratly Islands Map of Spratlys South China Sea China  Her career has taken her round the world but popular Chinese folk singer Song Zuying's latest tour has taken her to new destinations - very new China rings in the Year of the Monkey  Chinese and others around Asia flocked to temples and fairs to pray for good health and fortune, the first day of the Lunar New Year   New Year: Celebrations mark start of 2016


year 2017 Top ^

Jun.8   South Korea
Apr.2   Japan
Jan.27   China


year 2016 Top ^

May.4   Southern China
Feb.8   China


year 2015 Top ^

Dec.31   Japan
  Countries around the world are marking the New Year, with festivities currently under way across Asia
Dec.12   Beijing
Apr.7   South Korea


year 2014 Top ^

Dec.20   North Korea
  N Korea has offered to hold a joint inquiry with the US into a cyber-attack on Sony Pictures, strongly denying US claims that it is behind it

Dec.1   North Korea
Oct.23   Hong Kong
Oct.18   South Korea
  37-year-old Mr Oh, a man involved in planning a concert that ended in tragedy in South Korea on Friday has been found dead in an apparent suicide
Sep.7   South Korea   Ladies' Code singer Rise dies after crash   Kwon Ri-sae, a second member of pop group Ladies' Code has died, four days after the vehicle they were travelling in crashed near Seoul Aug.18   Beijing Jackie Chan's son Jaycee in drug arrest  Jaycee Chan, 31, and Taiwanese movie star Kai Ko, 23, were detained last Thursday, Beijing police said Jun.25   North Korea   N. Korea: Franco, Rogen movie is 'undisguised terrorism'  James Franco's latest movie is a comedy about two talk show hosts who are asked to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un

year 2013 Top ^

Feb.9   China Millions welcome Year of the Snake   Millions of people are celebrating Lunar New Year, also known as Chinese New Year, the most important annual holiday in much of Asia

year 2012 Top ^

Dec.21   South Korea Gangnam Style hits one billion views
  The South Korean dance track by Psy has become the first video to clock up more than one billion views on YouTube May.27   Indonesia   Lady Gaga cancels Indonesia concert  Lady Gaga canceled her concert, citing security concerns after Islamic hardliners denounced her costumes and dance moves as too risque Mar.25   Micronesia Sub reaches Earth's deepest place   Hollywood director James Cameron has plunged nearly 11km down to deepest place in the ocean, the Mariana Trench in the western Pacific

year 2011 Top ^

Jul.29   Beijing Will.i.am, musicians to perform in Beijing  The rapper behind 'Yes We Can,' a music video inspired by Obama's presidential campaign, will direct a concert in Beijing later this year Feb.3   Japan No Fry Japan trip after bomb joke  Plans for Stephen Fry to film part of a documentary series in Japan have been shelved after complaints about nuclear jokes in his quiz show ...

year 2009 Top ^

Jun.4   Thailand Kung Fu star Carradine found dead
  72-year-old Kill Bill and Kung Fu star David Carradine has been found dead in a hotel room with a cord around his neck and other parts of his body


year 2008 Top ^

Aug.24   Beijing Spectacular finale climaxes Games
  Grand fireworks and spectacular choreography brought to a close the Games as one of the most remarkable Olympics in recent history
 Spectacular fireworks kicked off the proceedings, while a drumming and dancing display recalled the opening ceremony inside Beijing's Bird's Nest Stadium. The Olympic flag was handed to London mayor Boris Johnson. China wins 100 medals including 51 gold; U.S. - 110 medals, including 36 gold


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