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Where the Flavors of the Amazon Rainforest Delight » In the food-obsessed port city of Belém, sweet, savory and sometimes addictive dishes are made with fresh ingredients that are tough to come by in Rio de Janeiro, let alone outside Brazil.

52 Places to Go in 2024 » No matter why you travel, our list offers inspiration.

Japan Reports 2 Deaths Among Cruise Ship Passengers (Published 2020) » The virus continues to spread in China, though more slowly. New cases in countries like Japan and Iran have experts concerned about getting it under control quickly.

Unofficial Japan‐Taiwan Link Set Up (Published 1972) » Chinese Nationalists and Japanese sign an agreement between 'private orgns' on Dec 26 to carry on contacts now that their diplomatic relations are official broken; Interchange Assn set up by Japan is opening offices in Taipei and Kaohsiung; its Chinese Nationlist counterpart East Asia Relations Assn will have offices in Tokyo, Osaka and Fukuoka; accord spells out specific roles of orgns which are described as 'private' to avoid any implication of diplomatic relations; Interchange Assn's Taipei office will be headed by H Ito, Japanese Min in China until break in diplomatic relations; East Asia Relations Assn offices in Japan will be staffed chiefly by Chinese Nationalist diplomats on leaves of absence; accord was signed by Dr Chang Yen-tien and T Horikoshi

If You Can Take the Cable Car to the Colosseum, You’re in Vietnam » The country is in the middle of a cable-car bonanza, much of it driven by the over-the-top developments of the Sun Group, which feature giant Buddhas, ersatz European enclaves and selfie spots galore.

How China Got Sri Lanka to Cough Up a Port (Published 2018) » A Times investigation into Sri Lanka’s handover of its Hambantota Port starkly illustrates how China turned an ally’s struggles to its strategic advantage.

Japan Races to Build New Coal-Burning Power Plants, Despite the Climate Risks (Published 2020) » As many as 22 new coal plants—one of the dirtiest power sources—will arise at 17 sites across Japan, just as the world must slash emissions to fight warming.

Japan Revives a Sea Barrier That Failed to Hold (Published 2011) » The story behind the breakwater in Kamaishi suggests that the old model of cozy ties between government and industry is driving much of the post-tsunami reconstruction.


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