Myanmar Mulls Options to Keep Suspended Chinese Dam Project Alive

Myanmar’s government is working to find a solution on how to proceed with the controversial Chinese-backed Myitsone Dam project in Kachin state, suspended in 2011 amid heavy public opposition to its environmental and social impact, according to a gover…

Posted in Arts January 30, 2019

In Poor Cambodian Town, a Job in South Korea Changes Lives

PREK ACHI COMMUNE, KAMPONG CHAM PROVINCE, CAMBODIA In 2015, Vin Dyna, then 21 years old, was struggling with the combined study load of his high school curriculum and private Korean language classes.He turned to his mother, Horm Seang, for advice, and …

Posted in Arts January 26, 2019

Indonesia to Put Muslim Issues Forward at UN Security Council

JAKARTA, INDONESIA Indonesia says it will use its new position on the U.N. Security Council to focus attention on the Israel-Palestinian conflict. But observers say Jakarta should use its seat to put forward a broader range of issues affecting Muslim…

Posted in Arts January 10, 2019

DOOR FOR PEACE TALKS OPEN TO ARMED GROUPS IN MYANMAR

YANGON, Myanmar, The door for peace talks is always open to the armed groups, said spokesman of Myanmar’s Presidential Office, U Zaw Htay, late on Monday evening, in Nay Pyi Taw.He said, the pursuit of peace through the Peace Commission would not be b…

Posted in Arts January 8, 2019

Kinguin Reinvents the Online Gaming Marketplace with ICO Launch of “Krown Tokens”

TALLINN, Estonia, March 29, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Kinguin, one of the world’s largest online retailers in the video and PC game industry, announces the launch of its next generation online marketplace – poised to transform this industry. Kinguin has created a truly decentralized e-commerce environment with the launch of “Krown Tokens” – the first-ever […]

Posted in Arts March 29, 2018