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Hero dad and son chase off armed gang

Hero dad and son chase off armed gang

A hero father and son chased off a masked gun gang in a terrifying Asian gold raid. Five men all wearing black balaclavas smashed their way into a large detached house in Ellesmere Park, Salford. The thugs, armed with a handgun and a knife, ..., 1 day ago
Japan Times

Soccer: Japan edge S. Korea to head to Rio as U23 Asian champions

DOHA (Kyodo) -- Substitute Takuma Asano struck twice in the second half as Japan came back from two goals down to beat archrivals South Korea 3-2 to win the Asian Under-23 Championship on Saturday. It all looked gloomy for Japan after Kwon Chang ...
 Mainichi Daily News6 days ago Japan rallies past South Korea for Asian U-23 crown  Japan Times6 days ago

Obama as folk hero: To be what he's trying to be — black, idealistic and president — is nothing less than superhuman

Excerpted from "I Heart Obama" The unlikely heroism of Barack Obama began for me the first and only time I saw him, on a warm winter day in Los Angeles in 2007. He had just declared his candidacy for president and was holding a rally at Rancho ...
 Salon6 days ago Obama's Last State of the Union Address: Here's the Full Text  The Wrap3 weeks ago First Draft Obama's State Of The Union Address [image--NSFWV pictures]  Before It's News1 month ago Obama Speaks on Terrorism - a recap  Before It's News1 month ago

Keep alive memories of WWII: Emperor Akihito

MANILA • Japanese Emperor Akihito yesterday urged the younger generation to "keep alive the memories of the Second World War" and the hardship that followed, as a way of avoiding conflict amid growing tension in the East China Sea and South China ...
 Straits Times1 week ago Remember World War II, Japanese emperor urges  Taipei Times Online1 week ago Japanese emperor asks youth to keep alive memories of World War Two  Sharenet1 week ago In Philippines visit, Emperor asks youth to keep memories of World War II alive  Japan Times1 week ago
Washington Post

By day, he taught high school. Now he writes for Superman and the first Asian American superhero.

FOR MANY years, Gene Luen Yang led something of a double life. By day, he was a mild-mannered teacher, walking the halls of his Bay Area high school as a tall and bespectacled expert in computer science. But by night, he would embark on adventures ...
 Washington Post1 month ago Cavna: By day, he taught high school. Now he writes for Superman and the first Asian American superhero.  Washington Post1 month ago

Yang is named national ambassador for young people's literature

By , For many years, Gene Luen Yang led something of a double life. By day, he was a mild-mannered teacher, walking the halls of his Bay Area high school. By night, though, he would lose himself in tales of superheroism and dual identity. If his ...
 Washington Post1 month ago

A hockey hero, first-gold joy and heartbreak in football

She seemed to getting into little traps, found herself being boxed in frequently during international 800m races in the past, but Tintu Luka overcame all that and won her maiden Asian Championship gold in China in June. And this time even the ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
The Hindu

Looking for the Angry Young Man

Sometime in November last year, a Delhi resident, Pradeep Shukla, got his hands (albeit all too briefly) on Rs 22.5 crore — he was the driver of a security van that was transferring cash for ATM machines, and we had a heist that never was. As the ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

It's time for webtoons to go global in 2016

In the 1980s and 90s, young children and students needed to hide their comic books from teachers and parents in order to secretly enjoy them. When they were caught furtively reading comics like Dragon Ball or Slam Dunk from Japan, or Korean series ...
 Korea Herald1 month ago

Funeral for 60s Asian 'boy band' star

Hundreds of people are expected at the funeral service of Saminder Sagoo - a radio presenter and former "boy band" member who helped found one of Birmingham's first Sikh temples. Mr Sagoo, 76, died on 5 December. He was one of the first presenters ...
 BBC1 month ago Birmingham Bids Farewell  Asian Today1 month ago
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