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  • Corrections and clarifications for Tuesday, March 25, 2014

    •An article in Monday's Nation & World section about Taiwan incorrectly described a portrait in the student movement headquarters. The portrait was of Chinese revolutionary leader Sun Yat-sen. •In Sunday's Life+Style section, Clue J of the...
  • Okinawa Set as Yoshimoto's Asian Hub

    NAHA, Okinawa, Japan -- Osaka-based Yoshimoto Kogyo has long been a leading force in the Japanese talent biz, supplying comics to seemingly every variety show on television. But under the leadership of president Hiroshi Osaki, the company has been rapidly...
  • LPGA Tour's new international focus opens up a world of possibilities

    Michael Whan remembers the first question he was asked by the media after taking over as LPGA commissioner in January 2010: What was he going to do about the overwhelming international influence on the tour? "I want to pour more gas on the fire," he...
  • Taiwanese riot police clear protesters from Cabinet offices

    TAIPEI, Taiwan — Police in Taiwan fired high-pressure water cannons Monday on hundreds of demonstrators who broke into the country's Cabinet compound to protest the liberalization of trade with political rival China, handing the island president one...
  • 'Night Flight' Takes Off in Hong Kong

    "Night Flight," the Korean film that features in the Indie Power section of the Hong Kong Intl. Film Festival (HKIFF) this week, has also found itself a distributor in the territory. Hong Kong and Macau rights to the Leesong Hee-il-directed film were...
  • Taiwanese students protest trade pact with mainland China

    TAIPEI, Taiwan -- As students occupied Taiwan’s legislative chamber Sunday for a sixth day to protest a free-trade agreement with China, President Ma Ying-jeou denounced the takeover as a threat to democracy. Government officials have pledged...
  • Media Asia Moves Into the Mainland

    These days, Media Asia is a pillar of the Hong Kong film industry establishment. It can boast a production pipeline connected to a large talent pool, enviable connections in mainland China, a profile in Hollywood and even a stock market listing. But it...
  • Pictures in the News | March 19, 2014

     
    Wednesday's Pictures in the News begins in Singapore, where visitors walk over light art installation titled 'The Pool' during the i Light Marina Bay 2014 festival in Singapore. i Light Marina Bay is a sustainable light art festival featuring 28...
  • Malaysia Airlines Flight 370: Missing plane defies search technology

    BEIJING — Despite a wealth of technology, crews trying to find the missing Malaysia Airlines jetliner must cover a large swath of the South China Sea that varies widely in depth and is subject to fast-moving currents that could carry debris more...
  • Baseball: JSerra is excited about its transfer from Taiwan

    Lyle Lin, a 6-foot-2, 200-pound sophomore catcher from Taiwan, will become eligible at JSerra in April, and by then he could be ready to make an impact. Coach Brett Kay said, "He is just learning but can flat out play." Besides learning English, Lin...
  • HAF Project Mart Picks Pang, Mendoza, Benegal

    HONG KONG - Asian film-making talent including Brillante Mendoza, Dev Benegal and Jun Robles Lana will line up in March with projects at the Hong Kong Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF). Some 29 projects will be pitched to co-producers, investors and...