Twenty-four percent of Japanese women find sex “bothersome.”
Tag Archives: Asia
More conflict between Han Chinese and Muslim Uyghurs.
Protesters tried to force their way into the French consulate.
Saudi Arabia follows Shariah law.
In South Asia, Say ‘Je Suis Charlie’ at Your Own Risk, Nikkei Asian Review
Publishing Charlie Hebdo in Pakistan would be a capital crime.
After 13 years of American nation-building.
Inside a Chinese Test-Prep Factory, New York Times
The astonishing lengths to which Chinese will go to get into college.
This had long been suspected.
It’s Official: America Is Now No. 2, Market Watch
“This is a geopolitical earthquake.”
Japanese were getting epicanthic fold surgery in the 1800s.
Allegations of Cheating on SAT in Korea, China Being Probed, Washington Post
In May 2013, the SAT was cancelled in Korea because of cheating.
Latrines May Not Improve Health of Poor Children, New York Times
Bill Gates’ millions down the drain.
UN Cites ‘Serious’ S. Korean Racism, Bangkok Post
A dispatch from UN Special Rapporteur Mutuma Ruteere.
Affective Empathy, An Evolutionary Mistake?, Unz Review
Whites seem to have more visceral feelings of empathy.
Japan’s Popular Morning Drama Takes an International Twist, Christian Science Monitor
The heroes are a mixed-race couple.
Chinese government wants Uighurs to mix with Han.
Number of Infiltrators Leaving Israel Skyrockets in August, Israel National News
Typical “loyalty” pattern for illegal immigrants.
China Won’t Be Insulted by Palmer Remarks, The Australian
Australian MP bows to pressure.
New book says racial hostility is common.
South Korea ‘To Go Extinct by 2750’, Wall Street Journal
South Korea has one of the lowest fertility rates in the world: 1.4 children per woman.
Executioner speaks with a British accent.
“Aryan” Yazidis say they have survived 72 attempted genocides.
The Plural Society and Its Enemies, The Economist
Diversity doesn’t work in Burma either.
Legal permanent residents are not entitled to Japanese welfare.
They don’t get along with the country’s Muslim minority.
Afro-Chinese Marriages Boom in Guangzhou: But Will It Be ‘Til Death Do Us Part’?, South China Morning Post
How China handles mixed-race marriages in the country’s “Little Africa.”
He is happy with his new, slanted eyes and black hair.
“We need to unite, we must declare jihad.”
Cambodia offers to take “refugees” who want to go to Australia. Many refuse.
American journalists are terrified of racial differences.
Local China Firm Charged with Fraud, Seattle Times
First US-listed Chinese company to be indicted for securities fraud.
U.S. Criticizes Racist North Korean Screed Against Obama, Washington Post
Says Obama is an unevolved monkey.
Why East and West Don’t See Eye-to-Eye, LiveScience
Individualists grew wheat; conformists grew rice.
Number of children down 41 percent since 1981
Realtor: People from India and China “are not people who are house proud.”
The truth would be too awkward.
They’re obsessed with American hip-hop.
Perp ran companies in China, Hong Kong, and Singapore.
We’re Not No. 1! We’re Not No. 1!, New York Times
“America” is falling in international rankings.
Saudi Deportations Gain Momentum, Financial Times
Saudi authorities would like to expel 7 percent of the kingdom’s population.
Even the Japanese are getting skittish.
Next to Mexico City, Detroit is the most miserable city in North America.
Malaysia’s Ethnic Tensions Rise as Its Economy Declines, Nikkei Asian Review
Ethnic Chinese don’t like laws that favor Malays.
A Test for One Chinese Province: How to Educate an Influx of US-Born Children, Christian Science Monitor
Another crazy consequence of birthright citizenship.
Afghanistan Picks Woman for Senior Police Role, Telegraph (London)
The West funds programs that violate local traditions.
Muslim Attitudes to Women’s Headwear Revealed, Telegraph (London)
International survey of Muslim women on how much they should cover up.
Chinese Firm’s Bid to Allow Parents to Pick Their Smartest Embryos, Daily Mail (London)
This is not controversial in China.
Go Home, but Who Will Replace You?, Economist
Saudi Arabia is dangerously dependent on foreign workers.