CORRESPONDENTS' DIARY

CORRESPONDENTS' DIARY

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  1. Hong Kong's Dying Trades
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    23:04minutes

    Hong Kong's Dying Trades

    Traditional trades in Hong Kong are at risk of dying out. We look at how the city's aging masters are adapting to changing times as they strive to ...
  2. Blame Game
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    23:38minutes

    Ep 25: Blame Game

    In May 2019, the World Health Organisation named gaming addiction as a disorder. CNA correspondents take a closer look at the gaming scene in Asia ...
  3. Changing China: 70 Years On
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    23:52minutes

    Changing China: 70 Years On

    From an era where Marx and Lenin were the guiding light, to a rising superpower that embedded capitalism to its core, CNA correspondents take a ...
  4. Surviving Disasters
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    23:39minutes

    Surviving Disasters

    Rebuilding lives after disasters in Indonesia. Survivors of the 2018 earthquakes in Lombok and Sulawesi are determined to get back on their feet.
  5. In Nuclear We Trust
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    22:23minutes

    In Nuclear We Trust

    The Fukushima meltdowns in 2011 changed how many Japanese see nuclear power. Not residents of Ohi. Jeremy Koh investigates the reasons behind this ...
  6. Saving Abenomics
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    22:51minutes

    Saving Abenomics

    Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has overseen Japan's longest stretch of economic growth in a generation. But the legacy of Abenomics is now under threat ...
  7. 9 May 2020
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    19:54minutes

    9 May 2020

    Highlights of news stories and features by CNA's network of Correspondents based in major cities across the region.
  8. Asia's World Heritage Sites
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    23:25minutes

    Asia's World Heritage Sites

    Myanmar's ancient city Bagan is now a UNESCO world heritage site, seen as the country's ticket to get on the region's tourism bandwagon. But not ...
  9. Helping Japan's Hikikomori
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    23:01minutes

    Helping Japan's Hikikomori

    Japan has one million social recluses known as hikikomori - people who withdraw from society and seek extreme degrees of isolation and confinement.
  10. 15 Feb 2020
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    23:31minutes

    15 Feb 2020

    Highlights of news stories and features by CNA's network of Correspondents based in major cities across the region.