Asia

India: Birds Drop Out of the Sky, People Die

In case you have lingering doubts about the reality of human-caused global warming, hop on an airplane to parts of India or Pakistan and spend a few days. And, as long as you’re there, maybe be a good citizen and…

Wang Yi: U.S. Indo-Pacific strategy is bound to be a failed one

The U.S. Indo-Pacific strategy is causing more and more vigilance and concern in the world, especially among the countries in the Asia-Pacific region, said Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Sunday. He made the remarks during a…

Seoul : Ukrainian Vyshyvanka Day- a concert of classical music initiated by a middle school student in support of peace in Ukraine

On May 19, 2022 afternoon of a cultural celebration, Ukrainian Vyshyvanka Day known as the national embroidered shirt, and a concert of classical music was held in front of the Embassy of Ukraine in Seoul, South Korea. At the opening…

Love for Living animals: The Philippine Crocodile is Afraid of People

ENDANGERED SPECIES ESSAY We must safeguard the web of life and care about the other living species that we share this planet with. Pygmy tarsiers eat and host bugs that we’ve seen at home — insects, spiders, lizards, bedbugs, lice,…

Cry, Young Patriots

PROSE POEM       by Erlie Lopez I saw the tears streaming down their cheeks to their pink face masks, those eighteeners-and-up who raised their hands and shrieked their battlecry when on the stage someone asked who voted for…

India Has a Key Role to Play in a Possible New World Order

In the first half of April 2022, India’s External Affairs Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar made some revealing remarks at a press conference in Washington, D.C. He was standing beside U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd…

Chinese scientists develop a mosaic vaccine against COVID-19 variants

Chinese scientists have developed a candidate mosaic nanoparticle vaccine against COVID-19 that can protect against COVID-19 variant infections. Scientists from Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou Medical University No. 1 Affiliated Hospital and Guangdong Provincial Center for Disease Control and Prevention designed…

India’s paradox: 47°C in April and burning coal

The country, which was coming off its warmest March in more than a century, has faced the hottest April temperatures on record while 70 per cent of its electricity is generated by the dirtiest source: coal. By Pablo Rivas/El Salto…

Son of former dictator Marcos set to win in the 2022 Philippine presidential elections

Monday, May 9, a record number of Filipinos came out to vote for the next leaders of the country. The unofficial election returns show that the tandem of Bongbong Marcos for president and Sara Duterte (daughter of incumbent president Duterte)…

UN denounces escalating restrictions on women in Afghanistan by Taliban regime

The Taliban have decreed the compulsory wearing of the burqa in public places for all women and girls in Afghanistan and that all women working with the administration who do not wear the garment will be dismissed. This is in…

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