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Best communist tourist attractions in Shanghai
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Best communist tourist attractions in Shanghai

From the CCP's birthplace to the former residence of Mao Zedong, here are six quintessential attractions to track the city’s communist history
Not welcome in India: Foreign pilots
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Not welcome in India: Foreign pilots

India's director general of civil aviation wants the 415 foreign pilots working here out by 2013
Service with a smile: Singapore gets serious about its customer service
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Service with a smile: Singapore gets serious about its customer service

Government pumps in S$84 million, while the Singapore Experience Awards call for nominations
Qantas engineers vow to only use their left hands
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Qantas engineers vow to only use their left hands

The latest strike pledge will leave the airline short-handed, while pilots have also voted to strike
Benefits of robotic surgery exaggerated, critics say
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Benefits of robotic surgery exaggerated, critics say

The cost of robotic surgeries are six times more than conventional procedures. Now hospital marketers are coming under fire
Gallery: Where the world's wild mushrooms grow

Gallery: Where the world's wild mushrooms grow

Tourists can trek through forests with Yunnan's mushroom hunters to get a glimpse of the first link in a global supply chain
Jet planes to run on biofuel by 2015
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Jet planes to run on biofuel by 2015

Qantas, Virgin and Boeing go green as their costs soar due to carbon tax
The high and low ends of rehab tourism in Thailand
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The high and low ends of rehab tourism in Thailand

From the vomit temple to a luxurious cabin, addicts are coming to Thailand to solve their problems and apparently staying clean as a result
Australia's highest mountain by snowshoe
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Australia's highest mountain by snowshoe

What's the view from Mount Kosciuszko?
Lady Gaga to the rescue: Singapore's 'Fun Pack Song' put on hold
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Lady Gaga to the rescue: Singapore's 'Fun Pack Song' put on hold

Singapore's national pride may be saved by Lady Gaga if she doesn't give the go-ahead for the "Fun Pack Song"
Get a room: No more groping in Seoul's taxis
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Get a room: No more groping in Seoul's taxis

Image-recording devices are being installed inside Korean cabs to curb "rowdy behavior," but are they an invasion of privacy?