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I’ve finally succumbed to a cold after avoiding getting sick all winter so this week is quick links again. Have a great week unicorns.

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News in Asia

Here’s your news for the week!

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News in Asia Is Rooting For Afghanistan

Well, we do root for them in all things, but right now, we were especially pulling for the men’s cricket team in the World Cup.

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News in Asia

Hello friends! This week’s edition will be quick links as I’m dealing with a sick puppy.

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10 Reasons to Watch the IPL

If, despite my best efforts over the last few months, you still think cricket is not for you, let me introduce you to the Indian Premier League. Despised by the old guard who prefer their games spread over five days, and their trousers white, the IPL is the faster, louder and wackier version of the […]

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News in Asia

Hello, we’ve got lots to cover, so let’s get started!

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Expat Ramblings: In Praise Of England

Last week, while scouting for ideas for my article about weird English things, I started a Facebook thread that proved extremely popular. Most of my German expat friends had a lot to say about taps, windows and a certain cultural obsession with WW2, but as the discussion went on, we collectively realised that some things […]

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News in Asia

In honor of the big sporting event that took place last night in the States, I’ll devote some stories to sports, but I’ll take care of other news, too (and hopefully give some levity from some depressing news).

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The Ashes Down Under 2013/14: Melbourne and Sydney

… although this could have been anywhere. Both Melbourne and Sydney have their own special place in the Ashes, with the traditional Boxing Day Test in Melbourne becoming part of the series, and Sydney turning pink to raise money for breast cancer awareness, but the cricket could have been played in a field just outside […]

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The Ashes Down Under 2013/14: The WACA

Yes, after the Gabba, the WACA. Because just like the cricket itself, this gets curioser and curioser.

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The Ashes Down Under 2013/14: Adelaide

It’s the Mitchell Johnson show!

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Learn to Love Cricket Here!

After only a few months, the Ashes are back! Starting in Brisbane on Thursday, Australia will try to win again in what feels like decades, and there will be many sleep-deprived people in England, dealing with a time difference that means play starts at midnight in the U.K. But we’re not quite there yet, so […]

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News in Asia

Hello fellow unicorns. I hope the weekend was good for you. In my hometown, the high is still 90° F, but there is a cold front expected so it should bring the temperature down to 80°! Break out the scarves and the apple cider!

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News in Asia

Hello, friends. How was your week and weekend? Good, I hope! The young Pakistani teen who was shot by the Taliban has been a prominent figure in the media this past week. Malala Yousafzai released her new memoir, I Am Malala, and was a nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize (the award went to the group […]

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Friday News: Crap Towns and One Ugly Lady

Happy Friday! Let’s make it slightly more Eurocentric this week, why don’t we?