Missile launches, threats against South Korea, generals culled, and more. Adam Cathcart discusses these North Korea topics and Choco Pie.

What’s up with North Korea?

Missile launches, threats against South Korea, generals culled, and more. Adam Cathcart discusses these North Korea topics and Choco Pie.

2015 Lotus Lantern Parade

2015 Lotus Lantern Parade

Buddha’s birthday is here one again on April 25th and with is the annual Seoul Lotus Lantern Festival. This year, the parade seemed a little shorter, but still had the amazing dragons at the end. This time, I was able to capture them using my iPhone 5S.

Up for debate is how Hong Kong’s next Chief Executive will be elected. Those opposed to the plan call it a fake democratic process. Democratic Party chair Emily Lau joins the podcast discussing what’s in store for the 2017 election.

The fight for Hong Kong’s Democracy with Emily Lau

Saturday | May 16, 2015 Up for debate is how Hong Kong’s next Chief Executive will be elected. Those opposed to the plan call it a fake democratic process and that’s today’s conversation taking place in Asia… now. Unless you were hiding under a rock between October and Christmas, you know all about the Umbrella…

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South China Sea Name Calling and More

China’s pot is calling the Philippines’ kettle black plus Seoul risks alienating others. These stories and more are on the May 8th edition of Asia News Weekly.

DIY Sound Booth

DIY Sound Booth

Thinking about podcasting and want a cool home studio? Here’s my DIY sound booth for less than $400.

As we prepare to mark the 70th anniversary of end of WWII, what are the lingering issues that taint South Korean - Japanese relations?

South Korean – Japanese Relations

Audio Version: Saturday | April 25, 2015 As South Korea and Japan prepare to mark the 50th anniversary of normalized relations between their two countries and the 70th anniversary of their liberation, diplomatic ties remain strained. Even now, after three years, President Park and Prime Minister Abe have yet to have a bilateral state-level meeting….