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

Buddhist And Muslim Relations Underly Southeast Asia Refugee Crisis

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Musashi Fuchu Little League baseball players spend eight to 10 hours a day on weekends practicing on this field on the outskirts of Tokyo. This traditional powerhouse team has won the Little League World Series twice before, in 2013 and 2003, but did not qualify this season. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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The Secret To Japan's Little League Success: 10-Hour Practices

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Japanese Prime Minister Expresses 'Profound Grief' For WWII Aggression

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Prime Minister Abe Wants Japan To Cast Off Post-War Guilt

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Japan Restarts Its First Nuclear Power Plant Since 2011 Disaster

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A man pushes a loaded bicycle down a cleared path in a flattened area of Nagasaki more than a month after the nuclear attack in 1945. Stanley Troutman/AP hide caption

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Remembering The Horror Of Nagasaki 70 Years Later

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Hong Kong's Democracy Dilemma: Settle For Some, Or Keep Fighting?

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International Olympic Committee Chooses Beijing For 2022 Winter Games

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Summer Olympics 2008 Host Beijing Awarded 2022 Winter Games

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Despite Rising Costs, China Is Gung-Ho To Host 2022 Winter Olympics

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Residents stand at the entrance of Aung Mingalar, a Rohingya quarter of Sittwe, the capital of Rakhine State in western Myanmar. All but 4,000 of the neighborhood's 15,000 mostly Rohingya residents either fled or were forced to move to internment camps after violence between Buddhists and Muslims in 2012 killed about 200 people. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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Barricaded In, Myanmar's Rohingya Struggle To Survive In Ghettos And Camps

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Chinese Authorites Detain Nearly 150 Human Rights Lawyers

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People Of Myanmar Face Obstacles Ahead Of Fall Elections

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Stock Market Drop In China Raises Concerns About An Economic Crisis

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Zhou Qiang, president of the Supreme People's Court of China, speaks to the National People's Congress in Beijing on March 12. Chinese authorities are waging a major campaign against corruption, and that includes a list of 100 suspects believed to be overseas. Many are former officials who are thought to have fled to the U.S. or Canada. Lintao Zhang/Getty Images hide caption

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When Corrupt Chinese Officials Flee, The U.S. Is A Top Destination

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