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Japanese companies are shifting their investments away from China and increasingly setting their sights on the ASEAN region as a result of growing tensions between the two Asian powers, analyst Rajiv Biswas tells DW.
PM Shinzo Abe's Cabinet has endorsed plans to allow Japan's military to help defend other nations. Jeremy Yellen talks to DW about the implications of one of the biggest changes in Japan's security policy since WWII.
A woman eats in front of a webcam, with hundreds of thousands of people watching her; the latest trend in cookery shows is called "Mok Bang" and comes from South Korea. Everyday people stream hour-long images of themselves consuming food, complete with detailed reviews.
Amazon does it, the police do it, and now so does the psychiatrist: predicting the future with the aid of big data. Analyzing huge amounts of personal information makes it possible to foresee developments. Now doctors want to use this method.
What do you get when you cross a famous superhero with a peaceful housecat? A wild animal with great destructive power. American amateur filmmaker Kaipo Jones gave a regular cat the metal claws of Wolverine - with the help of computer effects, of course. The video shows the superpowered kitty stalking a fly -- and ripping the house apart in the process.
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