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Video: That Time We Tried Pore Vacuuming In South Korea

In NPR's Elise Tries series, correspondent Elise Hu tests out new experiences in East Asia. In this episode: pore vacuuming, a hot trend in Korean beauty. A suction pen excavates grime from your face.

Peace Of Mind
It's Obvious Chastity Belt
9 Ghosts 1 Nine Inch Nails
Come Along Jaron Lanier
Xylem Up D Numbers

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Trump Expected To Restrict Trade, Travel With Cuba

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Golden State Takes 2nd NBA Title In 3 Years

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California Love feat. Dr. Dre, Roger 2Pac
Champions
Marriage Gold Panda
Spring Rain Auditory Canvas
A Song That Will Help You Remember to Forget Slow Dancing Society

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Police Shootings: How A Culture Of Racism Can Infect Us All

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Original Score Ramtin Arablouei
Folk Death 95 Mogwai
To the Green Town Water Fai
Kaiyon
Everything In It's Right Place Christopher O'Riley
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Forever Eternal Thomas Prime
Skumle Planer Marius Vareid
Beautiful Park Bo Ram
Ether Drift Com Truise
Bromas

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India's Tech Firms Face Fundamental Shift From IT To More Advanced Tech

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Betray My Heart D'Angelo

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At 'Washington Post,' Tech Is Increasingly Boosting Financial Performance

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