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Teaching Nepali in China

While the rest of the China is learning English, Sin Yung has found herself drawn to the Nepali language


Climbing from both sides

The Nepal and China governments have agreed to establish similar rules on mountains which can be climbed from both sides.


Oli’s staying power?

The more Oli reassures the public and party cadre, the more they believe that the countdown for his ouster has begun


China Daily scholarships

Unnat Sapkota and Nisha Kunwar, journalism students at Kathmandu University, have received scholarships from China Daily Asia Weekly.


Unbecoming of a diplomat

Why are ambassadors acting like politicians? Will their political activity help Nepal’s constitution making process?


Himalayan and Sourya

Two new private airlines poised to start operations The tourism industry is cautiously optimistic about the launch of a new joint venture private international airline, and a new domestic airline in Nepal. Himalayan Airlines is a joint venture between Tibet Airlines of China and Nepali investors that include HIF Aviation Investment and Yeti Air International.  […]


Hindi-Nippon Bhai Bhai?

Nationalist leaders in Japan and India link forces amid concern over aggressive Chinese policies NEW DELHI: Asia’s leading nations have been slowly coming together to face the challenge of an assertive China. To the chagrin of Beijing, US, Indian and Japanese naval vessels gathered for a joint exercise in the Pacific ostensibly against piracy and terrorism. […]



 

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