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Fruit-flavored soju was a hit during the summer of 2015 in South Korea, but what does this whiskey-loving, coffee-drinking guy think of americano-flavored soju?
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Authorities in Bangladesh announce they’ve detained the man responsible for killing a Japanese national back in October, but is he part of ISIS as was once thought? Former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has stuck his foot in his mouth once more, and this time, he might actually be helping ISIS. US Ambassador to Thailand, Glyn Davies has drawn the ire of the powers that be in Thailand and exposes the true nature of the junta. Plus the South Korean Japanese authorities believe laid explosives at the Yasukuni Shrine and China’s widespread torture.

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Another year has passed and the United Nations has once more condemned human rights abuses in North Korea. Is the international community putting more pressure on the dictatorial regime or not. Human Rights Watch’s Phil Robertson joins one conversation taking place in Asia... now.

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Does the West have what it takes to take on ISIS? Australia’s Prime Minister makes me doubtful. The day has arrived: The Philippines steps in front of judges at the International Court of Arbitration to make its case against China. Plus Gao Yu, appeals her prison sentence in China.
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In the wake of the Paris attacks, world leaders have banded together and have declared they will do everything in their power to end ISIS. The Koreas will meet this week, but will it prove a fruitful gathering? Plus the US announces another freedom of navigation exercise.

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The Comfort Women are an iconic symbol of South Korea, where the government says up to 200,000 were forcibly recruited to sexually service Japanese soldiers. Professor Park Yu-ha says the truth is much more nuanced and that has landed her in court. The professor speaks out in one conversation taking place in Asia... now.

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China kind of cops up to hacking the United States. Could North Korea be planning another nuclear test? With the end of the year approaching we also take a look back at the year's top stories. Plus more stories from the region you may have missed throughout the week are on the December 11th edition of Asia News Weekly.

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What’s the significance of China restructuring its military? Seoul gets ready for what may be a massive anti-government rally this weekend. If Aung San Suu Kyi doesn’t help the Rohingyas in Myanmar, does that taint her victory? Plus one Japanese company is using trees to make noodles, attacks in Bangladesh continue, and more on the December 4th edition of Asia News Weekly.

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Leaders from around the globe descended on Asia. This week, Asia News Weekly hosts speaks with Curtis S Chin (Milken Institute) and Jonathan Miller (EastWest Institute) to unpack the APEC and ASEAN summits and glean their key take aways. Difficulties in resolving the comfort women issues, South Korea looks to criminalize a planned protest and regional headlines round out the November 27th edition of the podcast.

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South Korea pays no attention to North Korea and conducted its live fire drills in the Yellow Sea. Those that supported democracy during Hong Kong’s Occupy movement win in local elections. Plus the search for missing jade miners continues in Myanmar, but hopes fade for finding survivors.

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Fantastic place! I would love to be closer to this amazing location to film my weekly podcast... but alas it is just too far from Seoul! I hope I can get back to Japan and Tokyo to do something there in the future. Also, the staff is full of #Awesomesauce!
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