When trying to prepare for the next tsunami, building a bigger seawall isn’t the easy solution it sounds, writes Fletcher Howell.
Despite the financial success and global appeal of K-pop, all that glitters is not gold, as the K-pop industry is in need of reform, writes Brandon Tan.
The cost of enabling Korea’s Hallyu wave
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The success of Kanikōsen is a sign that manga is a vessel for voices of the afflicted in Japan, Callum Dargavel writes.
A Curious Case of Comics, Crabs and Communists