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My Neighbor, Charles | 이웃집 찰스 – Ep.24 (2015.12.05)

(24th class at the foreigner school) Hello, I’m Han Seokjun. Let me introduce my co-hosts today. I thought she was only good at Japanese, but now, she’s good at Chinese, too. It’s comedian Cho Hyeryeon. Hello. I wonder what planet she’s from. The oddball entertainer, Sayuri. Hello. And as usual, I have Robert Holley with…

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Nurturing Anti-Corruption Culture in Asia-Pacific Region

Efforts to fight corruption are growing in all corners of the world. Since the dawn of the 21st century, Asian Development Bank and the OECD brought together governments in Asia to find solutions. Their latest session is held here in Seoul. Our Ji Myung-kil gets us better acquainted with this anti-graft gathering. The three-day Regional…

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Science ministry and experts discuss ways to nurture future technology using 5G network

South Korea is planning to promote the creation of tangible content like virtual reality and augmented reality using the 5G wireless network. The presidential committee on the 4th industrial revolution met on Thursday with experts in ICT and government agencies, including the ministry of science and ICT and the ministry of trade… to establish a…

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Bread Flip: Jacques Pépin: More Fast Food My Way | KQED

>>Pépin: I LOVE SAUSAGE, AND I LOVE KIELBASA SAUSAGE. GET THEM RIGHT OUT OF THE MARKET. I TAKE A SKILLET. I PUT POMEGRANATE JUICE. I PUT SOME KETCHUP IN IT. I PUT A LITTLE BIT OF TABASCO. I COOK THAT TO REDUCE IT. I ADD MY SAUSAGE TO IT UNTIL IT GLAZE, AND I GLAZE…

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Nurturing talented people considered key in promoting government’s growth initiative

During the meeting at the Blue House, Korea’s education minister detailed the government’s key initiatives related to innovation as a source of growth, and he unveiled how his ministry plans to put the president’s words into action — namely by building a talented workforce. Kim Ji-yeon reports. The core factor of innovation-led growth is nurturing…

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Fast Proof (209): Jacques Pépin: More Fast Food My Way

>>Pépin: ONE OF THE GREAT WAY OF USING DAY-OLD BREAD, LIKE BAGUETTE OR COUNTRY BREAD, IS TO CUT THEM INTO SLICE AND INTO BIG STICK LIKE THIS, PUT THAT ONTO A TRAY, LITTLE BIT OF OLIVE OIL OR OTHER OIL ON TOP. YOU MIX CHEESE–GRATED CHEESE, PAPRIKA, CUMIN. IT CAN BE PARMESAN OR OTHER CHEESE….

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Korea annouces 27 billion dollar plan to nurture innovative startups

Innovation in the private sector, with an emphasis on startups. One of the main pillars of President Moon’s plan to fuel economic growth. Today,Seoul’s Finance chief announced plans to help new businesses invest and grow. Kim Hyesung outlines what they are. A new plan to nurture innovative startups. The Korean government has unveiled its three…

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Gov’t to nurture development of new drugs, regenerative medicine to build healthcare industry

Prime Minister Lee Nak-yon says the healthcare industry is at a turning point… because of changes accelerated by the fourth industrial revolution and the ageing population. Speaking at the 14th Bio Korea convention on Wednesday,… Lee said the government respond to those changes by encouraging the development of new drugs, medical devices, and regenerative medicine….

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Ruling party, government agree to nurture industries with high growth potential

Lawmakers of the ruling party held a meeting with officials from the presidential office and government this morning. Talks centered around ways to foster new growth engines and stepping up investment in promising sectors. Kim Min-ji has the highlights from that session. The South Korean government will concentrate its efforts on nurturing industries with high…

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Edible flowers are organic and rich in nutrients

Some flowers are not only good to look at,… but are also rich in nutrients including various vitamins and minerals. An increasing number of people are adding flowers to their meals as they are known to help slow down the aging process and prevent various diseases. Kim Hyo-sun reports. For lunch, a dish topped with…

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