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Cambodia is a powder keg just waiting to explode, says opposition party Vice President Mu Sochua. The nation's “unfair economic growth is a time bomb. It can explode at any moment,” the VP of now banned Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) tells Borderless News Online.
Billy Joel once sang “Everybody's talking about the new sound...But it's still Rock and Roll to me.” That's the case with Korean rock band WALKING AFTER U, an up-and-coming women's rock quartet based in Seoul, South Korea. While Korea's English-language press has dissected their sound, giving them various labels from Emo to Indie rock to Punk, I tend not to pay attention to labels. To me, it's all rock and roll. And make no mistake, these young ladies ROCK.
Where do you find China's most hot-tempered and sassy women? Most Chinese point to Chengdu, the capital of Sechuan, where many locals say -- jokingly, but with a hint of seriousness -- that women here are known to be the dominant type. Many locals -- both men and women -- say much of this spicy temper comes from eating spicy food. 
We're all familiar with the cliche -- Japan is a futuristic, high-tech country; Japanese employees work harder than the rest of the world; the trains are efficient -- so that MUST mean the whole country is highly efficient -- right? Wrong. Japanese companies are not as efficient as you think.
In Chengdu, the capital of China's Sechuan province, say women are hot-tempered and dominant.

Why Japanese companies are not as efficient as you think

We're all familiar with the cliche -- Japan is a futuristic, high-tech country; Japanese employees work harder than the rest of the world; the trains are efficient -- so that MUST mean the whole country is highly efficient -- right? Wrong. Japanese companies are not as efficient as you think.
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WATCH: Spicy Girls, Spicy Food: Chengdu, China’s hot-tempered women

In Chengdu, the capital of China's Sechuan province, say women are hot-tempered and dominant.
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WATCH: Traditional Thai Dress Fever Hits Songkran Festival!

VIDEO REPORTER: MANISA PHONGPHROT, for Borderless News Online Our video reporter, MANISA PHONGPHROT, takes you to one of Thailand's most beautiful and histocial site. A Thai native, MANISA will show you how Thailand's traditional dress...
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WATCH: LANGZHONG PART 2 — Grandma’s Noodles and Ancient Chinese History

This is Langzhong, China. In part 1 of this two part series, we show you more street food, plus we show you the this ancient city's rich history, as it's been around for 2,300 years.
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WATCH: Eating Chinese Kimchi Pancakes in Chengdu

It's 10am in Chengdu's downtown area. With the early morning sun brightening the day, the place is not yet crowded, in the city where people are more relaxed and tend to stay out late and sleep in the next day.