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Jeon Mi-Kyung

Based out of Pittsburgh, PA, South Korean Born Mi-Kyung Jeon is a MASTER OF FINE ARTS (M.F.A.) from Duquesne University. She joined NYK Daily as an international Correspondent. She has previously interned at the New York Times in New York,for eleven months.
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Nearly 40 feared dead as torrential rains hit southwest Japan

Nearly 40 people were feared dead as torrential rains continued to hit Japan’s southwestern island of Kyushu, with river banks at risk...

Israel launches innovative satellite to keep a better eye on enemies

Israel on Monday launched a new spy satellite that it said would provide high-quality surveillance for its military intelligence.

Singapore’s fake news law trips up opposition as election looms

 Enforcing a fake news law in the run up to a national election, authorities in Singapore have ordered that online references to...

Philippines records highest single-day jump in new COVID-19 cases

The Philippines reported its biggest single-day jump in new coronavirus cases on Sunday, adding 2,434 confirmed infections and taking the total count...

Standoff Continues in Nepal Communist Party

The ruling Nepal Communist Party (NCP) has postponed its Standing Committee meeting till Monday in an attempt to reconcile differences among party...

Japan braces for return of torrential southern rains that killed 16

Torrential rains that hit Japan’s southern island of Kyushu killed 16 people, with 13 going missing and 17 showing no vital signs,...

Democracy activists’ books banned in Hong Kong libraries after new law

Books by prominent Hong Kong pro-democracy figures have become unavailable in the Chinese-ruled city’s public libraries, days after Beijing introduced sweeping national...

Complete History of Kites

A kite is a secured heavier-than-air craft or even fastened lighter-than air craft with wing surfaces that fly against the air to...

Japan sends troops as eight missing, three injured in Kyushu rains

Japan is sending thousands of troops to join rescue operations on the southern island of Kyushu, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on...

Tokyo new COVID-19 infections over 100 for third day

Tokyo confirmed about 130 new cases of infections of the coronavirus on Saturday, a third consecutive day with more than 100 new...

Travel Guide to Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan is bordered by the countries China, Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, and Russia. Uzbekistan Airways runs a fleet of state-of-the-art aircraft...

Iran warns retaliation after possible cyber attack on nuclear site

Iran will retaliate against any country that carries out cyber attacks on its nuclear sites, the head of civilian defence said, after...

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Driving from Malaga to Trevelez

Let's explore a fascinating day trip from Malaga to Trevelez in Spain.  Most of the township of Trevelez is...

Argentina sweetens debt revamp offer to creditors; sets August 4 deadline

Argentina’s government unveiled an amended debt restructuring proposal on Sunday and set a deadline of Aug. 4 for creditors to accept it,...

Uber, Postmates agree on $2.65 billion all-stock deal: Bloomberg News

Ride-sharing company Uber Technologies Inc has agreed on a deal to buy food-delivery app Postmates Inc in a $2.65 billion all-stock agreement,...

Nearly 40 feared dead as torrential rains hit southwest Japan

Nearly 40 people were feared dead as torrential rains continued to hit Japan’s southwestern island of Kyushu, with river banks at risk...