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Zuckerberg meets LG and Samsung chiefs as he visits South Korea as part of a 3-nation Asian tour

apnews.com Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg discussed cooperation on extended reality devices with LG Electronics executives on Wednesday, as he visited South Korea for the first time in about…

Mark Zuckerberg's Asia trip is all about making AI friends

businessinsider.com Mark Zuckerberg is meeting key political and business leaders during his Asia tour. JOSH EDELSON Mark Zuckerberg isn't just in Asia to enjoy Japanese McDonald's and hit the…

Just 230,000 babies were born in South Korea in 2023, as the country's baby bust breaks records

fortune.com South Korea set a fresh record for the world’s lowest fertility rate as the impact of the nation’s aging demographics looms large for its medical system, social welfare…

Mark Zuckerberg was blown away by a visit to a Japanese McDonald's and joked that it was so good it should have a Michelin star

businessinsider.com Mark Zuckerberg is having a great time in Japan and shared a post visiting a Japanese McDonald's. • The billionaire was so impressed with the meal, he said it should have a…

South Korea and Japan need new joint declaration, Yoon adviser says

asia.nikkei.com SEOUL -- Japan and South Korea should consider issuing a new joint statement in 2025 as they mark key milestones in bilateral relations, said Park Cheol-hee, a key foreign…

South Korea's trainee doctors continue walkout over pay, hours

asia.nikkei.com SEOUL -- Na submitted her resignation a week ago to the Seoul hospital where she worked as a trainee pathologist, walking away from her dream of practicing medicine to…

South Korean companies are offering workers $75,000 to have babies amid the country's desperate bid for more children

businessinsider.com This photo taken on May 24, 2017 shows social workers caring for a baby at the Jusarang Community Church in southern Seoul. The number of abandoned babies has jumped in…

Letter from Nikkei Asia's editor: K-defense

asia.nikkei.com Hello from Tokyo. Thanks to the global popularity of South Korean entertainment exports such as BTS, "Squid Game" and more, everyone knows about K-pop and K-dramas. The…

K-defense: South Korea's weapons industry goes global

asia.nikkei.com SEOUL -- First came glitzy, boppy K-pop. Then came soapy, soppy K-drama. Now, according to South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol, it is time for another K-moniker for a new,…

The Antitrust Enforcers Aimed at Big Tech. Then Came the Backlash

nytimes.com The South Korean government unleashed a wave of panic across the internet industry: The country’s antitrust regulator said it would enact the toughest competition law…

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