Anthony Kuhn International Correspondent Anthony Kuhn is currently based in Beijing, China.

Japan Dissolves Parliament, Prime Minister Calls For New Elections

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Low Consumer Spending Hinders Japan's Economic Recovery

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A jogger goes for a run amid heavy smog in Shanghai on Wednesday. China has for the first time agreed to limit its carbon emissions, but critics are questioning whether the move goes far enough. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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China Agrees To Pollution Limits, But Will It Make A Difference?

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Pyongyang Releases 2 U.S. Citizens Who Were Held For Months

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Chinese Tech Company Combines Multiple App Types Into One — At Great Profit

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China's WeChat messaging app has a huge audience that allows Chinese to organize online. Petar Kujundzic/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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The App That Helps The Chinese Masses Mobilize Online

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Hong Kong Protests Pull Attention From China's Self-Reflection

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Zhaxi Cairang (right), a 59-year-old Tibetan nomad, moved to a city in western China 15 years ago as part of a government effort to settle nomads. But Zhaxi says he plans to return to herding yaks next year. His son Cicheng Randing was raised in the city, but his father wants to expose him to traditional nomadic life as well. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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China's Nomads Have A Foot In Two Very Different Worlds

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Democracy Protests Subside, Hong Kong Begins To Return To Normal

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Protesting Students Press For Hong Kong's Leader To Step Down

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Pro-democracy protesters chant slogans as they gather next to the central government offices in Hong Kong on Wednesday. Alex Ogle/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Hong Kong Protests Offer A Revelation To Mainland Chinese

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