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Food production lines to get smarter, safer with advanced technology
CHEONAN, South Chungcheong Province ― Like any other food or beverage product, the manufacturing process of My Meal, a protein drink produced by local wellness company Daesang Life Science, consists of a series of rigorous steps. Raw ingredients are weighed, mixed and then filtered. After going through the process of homogenization and sterilization, the beverage is then pour...
USFK member accused of alleged DUI on motorcycle
A United States Forces Korea (USFK) service member is under investigation by local police for allegedly causing an accident while driving a motorcycle under the influence of alcohol, according to the law enforcement authorities, Tuesday. Pyeongtaek Police Station in Gyeonggi Province said a 37-year-old male sergeant, whose identity has been withheld, is accused of driving und...
Five-term DPK lawmaker elected as Assembly speaker
Five-term lawmaker Kim Jin-pyo of the main opposition Democratic Party of Korea (DPK) has been elected as the new speaker of the National Assembly, Monday, as rival parties reached a last-minute deal on the formation of the new leadership. Rep. Kim garnered 255 out of 275 votes in a plenary session held at 2 p.m., winning the position to lead the second half of the 21st Natio...
[INTERVIEW] 'Long way to go for Korean studies to fully prosper'
HONOLULU - A global boom of Korean pop music, films and TV dramas in recent years has generated worldwide interest in Korea and its culture as a whole. And this has led to an increase in people seeking to pursue an academic career in Korean studies. However, there is still a long way to go to create a sustainable environment nurturing Koreanist scholars, said Baik Tae-ung, he...
Forum revisits lives of first-generation of Koreans in Hawaii
HONOLULU - It was on Jan. 13, 1903, when the first organized group of Koreans arrived on the shores of Honolulu. Numbering slightly over 100, they became the first-generation Korean immigrants in Hawaii. Over the next two-and-a-half years, nearly 7,400 Koreans immigrated to Hawaii in search of a new future, escaping famine and the turbulent political climate in their home cou...
Missing family's car discovered underwater in Wando
A vehicle owned by a family of three that went missing on Wando Island off the southwestern coast of Korea was discovered in the ocean on Tuesday around 80 meters from the coast. But police were unable to look inside the vehicle due to low visibility.
Children from multicultural backgrounds losing interest in foreign parents' native languages
These days, bilingualism is commonly considered a strength in children from multicultural backgrounds, but children from these families living in Korea are becoming less enthusiastic about learning their foreign parent's mother tongue, according to government data, Monday. The Ministry of Gender Equality and Family shared the results of a 2021 survey of over 15,000 multicultu...
Pets of monkeypox patients to be placed under isolation
Pets of people who have tested positive for monkeypox virus should be isolated for three weeks, the same period as their owners, according to a guideline announced by the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, Friday. Rodents - including hamsters, guinea pigs and mice - which are known to be particularly susceptible to the disease, should be placed under isolation a...
How much should Korea worry about monkeypox?
Following Korea identified its first case of the monkeypox virus, health experts say that it is unlikely to cause an explosive spread as the country experienced with the coronavirus, considering the differences between the two viruses. But at the same time, they called on the government to implement preemptive measures such as the swift introduction of third-generation vaccin...
[INTERVIEW] Scholar-activist immerses herself in dire working conditions facing Cambodian farmworkers
A day in the life of a female Cambodian migrant worker on a perilla leaf farm in Gyeongsang Province begins at 6:30 a.m. She squats and picks the leaves, ties 10 of them into a bundle and then tosses it into a box. The process is repeated until 5:30 p.m. To meet the daily target of harvesting 15,000 leaves, equivalent to 15 cartons, she often skips bathroom breaks or even lun...
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