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Fox News: China starts operating 2 lighthouses on disputed South China Sea reefs
China has started to operate two lighthouses on a reef on a disputed island chain in the South China Sea, a state news agency reported, amid rising concerns among the U.S. and China?s neighbors about Beijing?s maritime intentions. Philippines' 50 Richest 2015: Henry Sy Tops The List
Top ten in the list: Henry Sy, John Gokongwei, Andrew Tan, Lucio Tan, Enrique Razon Jr., George Ty, Aboitiz family, Jaime Zobel de Ayala, David Consunji, Tony Tan Caktiong
New York Times: Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Deal Is Reached
The United States, Japan and 10 other Pacific basin nations on Monday agreed after years of negotiations to the largest regional trade accord in history, an economic pact envisioned as a bulwark against China?s power and a standard-setter for global commerce, worker rights and environmental protection.
Business Insider: Japan is waking up to the realities of the Pacific
Japan is waking up. For two decades, the island nation has been relatively removed from both regional and global affairs. Now it is in the earliest stages of a push to re-establish itself as a leading power in the Pacific Rim, a role that will require Japan to make some significant internal adjustments.
CNN: Asians on pace to overtake Hispanics among U.S. immigrants, study shows
(CNN)?Asians are on pace to become the largest immigrant group in the the United States. Meanwhile, the share of new arrivals who are Hispanic is smaller than it was 50 years ago. And the percentage of the total U.S. population born outside this country was higher in 1890 than it is today.
CBSNews: Pope Francis tells Congress to act on immigration, climate change
In the first address by the head of the Catholic Church to a joint meeting of Congress, Pope Francis called on lawmakers Thursday to address a long list of challenges ranging from climate change to Syrian migrant crisis and the decline of the American family.
What Baby Boomers? Retirement Means For the U.S. Economy
Every month, more than a quarter-million Americans turn 65. That?s a trend with profound economic consequences. Simply put, retirees don?t contribute as much to the economy as workers do. United States aircraft carrier commander is Filipino
For the first time in the history of US Navy, a Filipino commands an aircraft carrier.
CNN: Japanese lawmakers OK greater overseas role for military
Tokyo (CNN)Japan's upper chamber of Parliament early Saturday approved controversial bills allowing the country's military to engage in overseas combat in limited circumstances -- a major shift after seven decades of pacifism.
CNet: Taiwan's PC makers search for new cash cow
Taiwan's PC makers are restless. The once ubiquitous product of multibillion-dollar companies like Acer and Asus is in steep decline, and there's no clear replacement in sight.
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