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    Wanna be smart? Planet blue ruled by cannibals

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    Filipino teaches going to Thailand urged to learn more

    Thailand has been a steady destination for professionals seeking English teaching jobs since late 2000

    The post Filipino teaches going to Thailand urged to learn more appeared first on Asia Times.

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    Southeast Asia agrees guidelines on air encounters, terrorism data swaps

    SINGAPORE – Southeast Asian countries agreed on Friday to guidelines to manage unexpected encounters between their military aircraft, with host Singapore calling the pact a world first and saying they would encourage their international partners to join.

    The agreement, signed by defence ministers of the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) at a conference in Singapore, includes a region-wide agreement on the exchange of information on terrorism threats.

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    Firecrackers and reluctant authorities: Indian capital's smog set to worsen

    NEW DELHI – With a toxic smog beginning to envelop New Delhi as winter approaches, residents of the Indian capital are set to make matters a lot worse by burning hundreds of thousands of firecrackers to celebrate the Hindu festival of Diwali early next month.

    India, which has the world’s 14 most polluted cities, has made little effort this year to curb the sale of ear-splitting, firecrackers that explode through Diwali night.

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    La Veranda Resort Phu Quoc: Colonial glamour in the winter sun

    As the warm oranges and browns of autumnal October fade into the bleak grey of winter, many of us start to pine for the revitalising touch of the sunshine, the crunch of white sands between our toes and the salty tang of an ocean breeze.

    The post La Veranda Resort Phu Quoc: Colonial glamour in the winter sun appeared first on Travel Daily Media.

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    Online videos of rich Chinese flaunting wealth criticized

    People became fed up with the Falling Stars Challenge on social media as participants showed off their wealth

    The post Online videos of rich Chinese flaunting wealth criticized appeared first on Asia Times.

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    Crisis after crisis, Widodo still on top

    Pre-election surveys show leader Joko Widodo is still streets ahead of rival Prabowo Subianto despite a flagging economy, natural disasters and policy miscues

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    Trump praises US congressman from Montana who body-slammed reporter

    MISSOULA, Mont. – President Donald Trump on Thursday heaped praise on a US congressman from Montana who body-slammed a reporter during a campaign for a special election in 2017.

    Trump, who has called the media the enemy of the American people and regularly derides journalists as “fake news,” made his latest remarks during a campaign rally in Montana.

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    Drunken Filipina rescued after falling into the sea

    Two local men who were fishing at a pier witnessed the incident and leapt into the sea and rescued the woman, who appeared to be drunk

    The post Drunken Filipina rescued after falling into the sea appeared first on Asia Times.

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    Obesity on the rise in Brunei

    Three out of 10 adults are reported as being obese in small nation on the north of Borneo Island

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