Betel’s chicken larb betel leaf. Betel leaf dishes are common in Thailand food hawker stalls but rare everywhere else. (Jan Jekielek/Epoch Times)

Betel’s chicken larb betel leaf. Betel leaf dishes are common in Thailand food hawker stalls but rare everywhere else.

Beijing Power Struggle Heralds End of Chinese Communist Party  The persecution of Falun Gong is ending, laying the foundation for a stable China

Beijing Power Struggle Heralds End of Chinese Communist Party - The persecution of Falun Gong is ending, laying the foundation for a stable China

Only 42 percent of active Facebook users agree that marketers should interpret “Like” to mean they are a fan or advocate of the company.

Only 42 percent of active Facebook users agree that marketers should interpret “Like” to mean they are a fan or advocate of the company.

Horrific New Evidence of China Organ Harvesting Revealed

A Chinese military surgeon had eight Chinese citizens killed to supply a single foreign patient with a new kidney.

The Tuidang Movement: 100 Million Chinese Hearts Changed

The Tuidang movement is peacefully dissolving the Chinese Communist Party, one renunciation at a time. This week, it has reached a milestone: 100 million Chinese renouncing the Party and its affiliates.

Groundhog Day 2010: Living the Dream in Punxsutawney  An Epoch Times staff member explores his family connection to Groundhog Day

Storm chaser Ed Jekielek (R) and Ben Hughes (L), one of Punxsutawney Phil's handlers, bask in the prognosticating rodent's glory.

European Court Criticizes Russia’s Handling of Katyn Massacre Case

European Court Criticizes Russia’s Handling of Katyn Massacre Case

A Canadian doctor helps women and children in some of the worst places on earth.

Canadian Physician Braves World’s Worst War Zones to Help Women and Children

Reach for the Sun (Filament Games), the winner for Best Gameplay at the 2013 Games For Change festival.

Violence can only go so far when it comes to video games, and developers are increasingly looking for ways to expand their creativity into games that benefit others or directly act to educate or foster social change.

Slip-Up in Chinese Military TV Show Reveals More Than Intended

A piece of Chinese propaganda included a footage showing a university engaging in cyberwarfare against U.

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