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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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Iran locks down southwest county after spike in coronavirus cases

A county in southwestern Iran has been placed under lockdown to prevent the spread of coronavirus, Tasnim news agency reported on Sunday, also quoting...

Travel Guide to Kathmandu

Nepal is a beautiful hilly country in South Asia. It is inhabited mainly in the Himalayas, but also includes parts of the Indo-Gangetic Plain....

As Beijing gyms reopen, users are masked up and ready to shed pounds

Grunts, groans and the sound of pulsing music and crashing weights have returned to some of Beijing’s gyms after being closed for nearly three...

Tokyo reports 36 new cases of coronavirus infection on Saturday

Tokyo reported 36 new cases of coronavirus infections on Saturday, TV Asahi said, three less than a day earlier and the seventh consecutive day...

Philippines’ coronavirus deaths breach 700

The Philippines’ health ministry reported on Saturday that coronavirus deaths have reached more than 700. The country recorded eight new coronavirus deaths, bringing the total...

End of an era: Bangladesh’s last Armenian dies

Michael Joseph Martin, Bangladesh's last Armenian, has died aged 89, bringing an end to the more than 300-year presence of the once thriving and...

North Korea lashes out at South Korean military drills, sends greetings to China

North Korea lashed out at South Korea over recent military drills, while leader Kim Jong Un sent a personal message to China’s Xi Jinping...

Rare Saudi resistance hits futuristic megacity project

A rare revolt by a Saudi tribe has spelt fresh trouble for a planned Red Sea megacity, a linchpin of the crown prince's economic...

Hong Kong gyms, bars and cinemas reopen as virus measures ease

Hong Kong on Friday began to ease major social distancing measures with bars, gyms, beauty parlours and cinemas reopening their doors after the financial...

China’s new spacecraft returns to Earth: official

China's new prototype spacecraft "successfully landed" on Friday, marking an important step in its ambitions to run a permanent space station and send astronauts...

Philippine broadcaster fights order to shut down

The Philippines’ biggest broadcaster asked the Supreme Court on Thursday to quash an order by the telecoms regulator to shut down its operations, saying...

Seoul to send face masks to foreign veterans of Korean War

South Korea will provide one million face masks to foreign veterans of the Korean War to express gratitude on the 70th anniversary of the...

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