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    1. Turmoil unleashed by Britain's vote to leave the European Union heightened anxiety in Asia on Sunday, with China, Japan and South Korea all fretting over the risk to world financial stability a few hours before markets reopen.

    2. Disney is about to open its first theme park in mainland China next Thursday, but it's already receiving high-profile critics. Some praise Shanghai Disney, but others may be attempting a Magic Kingdom coup d'état, reports CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz.

    3. LONDON/BEIJING (Reuters) - Turmoil unleashed by Britain's vote to leave the European Union heightened anxiety in Asia on Sunday, with China, Japan and South Korea all fretting over the risk to world financial stability a few hours before markets reopen. China's finance minister said fallout from Thursday's referendum "will cast a shadow over the global economy" while a senior official in Tokyo ...

    4. Asian Bloc Struggles to Unify Over South China Sea Dispute

      The Wall Street JournalJun 15 09:03 AM

      Beijing’s pressure on Southeast Asia over the South China Sea is exposing the bloc’s limited abilities to coordinate goals.

    5. India needs to recaliberate NSG stance ahead of Seoul meeting

      IANS via Yahoo Maktoob NewsJun 18 09:16 PM

      China has just tipped its hand in relation to India ahead of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) plenary in Seoul on June 24. An op-ed in the Global Times (June 14) titled 'India mustn't let nuclear ambitions blind itself' gravely noted: "Beijing insists that a prerequisite of New Delhi's entry is that must be a signatory to the Non-Proliferation Treaty, (NPT) while India is not. Despite ...

    6. China has just tipped its hand in relation to India ahead of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) plenary in Seoul on June 24.

    7. Hainan Airlines’ Beijing route is a huge coup for the city - boosting tourism, our universities, investment, and the economy

    8. 'Vote-buying' Cao Kun defamed

      ChinapostJun 26 09:29 AM

      Taipei's mass-circulation Chinese-language United Daily News published last Wednesday a very interesting story about litigation started by "Vote-Buying President Cao Kun's" granddaughter Cao Jifang (曹繼方) against the Academia Historica (國立國史館), Taiwan's top-level organization in charge of recording national history as well as conducting extensive historical research.

    9. By Neil Jerome Morales DAVAO CITY, Philippines (Reuters) - Philippines President-elect Rodrigo Duterte said on Tuesday his country would not rely on long-term security ally the United States, signaling greater independence from Washington in dealing with China and the disputed South China Sea. The Philippines has traditionally been one of Washington's staunchest supporters in its standoff with ...

    10. ASEAN hopefully will be reminded by history. India and China used the waterways prior to the European invasion in the 16th century-before that many countries used the waterways uninterrupted. Then of course you have like elsewhere ( in Malaysia 1511, Portuguese, 1641 Dutch and 1757 British arrived) and restrictions began. If we introduce a 3rd party to negotiate, we will have problems. My ...

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