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WATCH: Discarded plastic bags are a blight on Cambodia’s landscape. Activists are propagating a message of ‘reduce, reuse and recycle’ in an effort to cut down on plastic bag use.
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Opposition leader Sam Rainsy said the Prime Minister gave a $1 million bribe for the loyalty of a rising CNRP social media star. Thy Sovantha made a name for herself attacking Hun Sen and the CPP, but suddenly switched sides last year.

Cambodia’s Hun Sen Sues Rival Sam Rainsy, Again

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yesterday at 10:37. Facebook
Meanwhile, authorities in Henan Province have banned the use of fireworks and firecrackers ahead of Chinese New Year, drawing ridicule from local residents and environmental activists.

China Reins in Smog Warnings Amid 'Confusion' Over Pollution Alerts

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yesterday at 08:41. Facebook
WATCH: Members of Cambodia’s Kuoy ethnic minority are embroiled in a land conflict with a Chinese company. The company is clearing land and forest to make way for a $360 million sugar plantation, jeopardizing the survival of the indigenous Kuoy.
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yesterday at 06:11. Facebook
Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International want authorities to disclose the whereabouts and conditions of the two men who have been missing since Dec. 24, 2016, when they were heading to a military base.

Rights Groups Call on Myanmar For Details About ‘Disappeared’ Kachin Christians

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yesterday at 01:51. Facebook
In Cambodia, judicial independence seems to depend upon the mood of Hun Sen, as opposition lawmakers and outspoken opponents of the government face severe penalties while allies of the Prime Minister are seldom charged.

Cambodia’s Hun Sen Cranks up the Threat Machine

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01/18/2017 at 22:36. Facebook
WATCH: Myanmar's 'smiling' Irrawaddy dolphins are on the brink of extinction. Rogue fishing gangs are killing the dolphins in record numbers -- threatening the livelihoods of local fishermen as well.
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01/18/2017 at 09:11. Facebook
Despite multiple vaccine scandals that have affected hundreds of thousands of children, Chinese authorities have done little to improve regulation or punish government and private officials who cut corners for increased profits.

Poisoning China’s Future

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01/18/2017 at 06:21. Facebook
With winter slowing the work of demolition crews, the expulsions of Larung Gar residents and destruction of their homes were suspended this month. Sources say a more aggressive demolition campaign will resume in April.

Demolition, Expulsions Stop For Now at Larung Gar

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01/18/2017 at 04:51. Facebook
WATCH: Thai Police have rescued a Lao girl from a Bangkok human trafficking ring. The girl’s father, a poor rice farmer, helped police find the 13-year-old victim.
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01/17/2017 at 22:28. Facebook
WATCH: Members of Cambodia’s Kuoy ethnic minority are embroiled in a land conflict with a Chinese company. The company is clearing land and forest to make way for a sugar plantation, jeopardizing the survival of the indigenous Kuoy.
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01/15/2017 at 00:12. Facebook
Between 2006 and 2007, up to 1 million children in Shanxi province received tainted vaccines resulting in chronic illness, mental disabilities and several fatalities. In the decade since, national authorities have done little to eradicate corruption where local governments and pharmaceutical companies routinely cut corners to increase profits.

Poisoning China’s Future

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01/14/2017 at 06:10. Facebook
Demand for South Korean food is high partly due to wide circulation of South Korean films in the North.

South Korean Snacks and Sauces Find Market in North Korea Despite Import Ban

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01/14/2017 at 01:23. Facebook
RFA was there when a desperate father and Thai police rescued his 13-year-old daughter from a human trafficking ring in Bangkok.

A Lao Father’s Search Helps Crack a Human Trafficking Ring in Thailand

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01/13/2017 at 22:50. Facebook
WATCH: Thai Police have rescued a Lao girl from a Bangkok human trafficking ring. The girl’s father, a poor rice farmer, helped police find the 13-year-old victim.
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01/13/2017 at 15:01. Facebook
Does the Cambodian judicial system treat activists of the ruling party differently than other prisoners?

Cambodian King Reduces a Former Court Official’s Sentence

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01/13/2017 at 13:42. Facebook
Mao Zedong's 'Cultural Revolution' ended over 40 years ago, but its influence on the Chinese economy and education system is still felt today.

Interview: Will Xi Jinping be The Next Chairman Mao?

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01/13/2017 at 01:12. Facebook
"They shouted out 1, 2, 3, and marched in one step at a time, with no regard for whether the people in front of them lived or died. A lot of elderly people were trampled underfoot on the ground."

Ten Held, Dozens Injured After Clashes in China's Shenzhen

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WATCH: Myanmar farmers are reaping rewards from 3D printing. A not-for-profit business is using the technology to make farmers' lives easier.
Shortages of food and intensified fighting between government forces and ethnic militias have forced many to leave camps for internally displace persons.

China Turns Back Thousands of Myanmar Refugees Trying to Cross Border to Safety

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