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Join VOA's Daybreak Asia team for an informative 30-minute English morning program, filled with unique stories from across Asia and the world. With the English language becoming more widely used in influential circles, Daybreak Asia gives you a new way to learn about issues of interest in your home and across the largest and most populous continent in the world. For news beyond the headlines, listening to Daybreak Asia is not only time well spent, it’s a great way to start your day.


August 14, 2014

Q&A Norman / Bacall Obit

Legendary American Actress Lauren Bacall, The Onetime Model Who Became An Overnight Film Star Working Opposite Her Eventual Husband, Humphrey Bogart, Has Died At The Age Of 89. Bacall Captivated Audiences From The Moment She Burst Into Films In The 1940s. She Was Just 20 Years Old When She Played Opposite Bogart In The Film To Have And Have Not.


August 14, 2014

Q&A Alonzo / Qiu / Chinese Comfort Women

Friday, August 15th Marks The 69th Anniversary Of The End Of World War Two In Asia. During The War, The Japanese Imperial Army Forced Women And Girls Into Sexual Slavery In China. These Comfort Women As They Because Known, Were Victims Portrayed As Prostitutes In Business. VOA's Frances Alonzo Spoke With Peipei Qiu.


August 14, 2014

Q&A Beattie / O'Sullivan / Robin Williams Obit

VOA Hollywood Correspondent Mike O'Sullivan Spoke With Daybreak Asia's Victor Beattie About Robin Williams And His Work.


August 14, 2014

Q&A Castiel / Pearson / Morse / Ebola Analysis

For More On The Ebola Outbreak VOA's Carol Castiel And Carol Pearson Spoke With Doctor Stephen Morse, An Epidemiologist At Columbia University. Carol Castiel Asked Him What Precipitated This Current Outbreak.


August 14, 2014

Q&A Byrd / Singh / Depression / Suicide / Robin Williams

Dr. Jay Singh Is A Washington, DC-Based Expert On Suicide, Mental Illness Research And Treatment. He Is A Clinical Associate At Yale School Of Medicine And Specializes In Treatment Of Depression And Bi-Polar Disorder.VOA's David Byrd Asked Dr. Singh What Part Depression Plays In Suicides.


August 13, 2014

Q&A Mellman / Crawford / China School Interviews

Last Month, A Group Of Ten Top Liberal Arts Colleges In The United States Banded Together To Come Up With New Ways To Select Students From Overseas, Notably China, To Attend Their Institutions. Daybreak Asia's Ira Mellman Spoke With Terry Crawford.


August 13, 2014

Q&A Beattie / Blanc / China Yachts

Paul Blanc Is The Asia-Pacific Director For French Boat Builder Jeanneau, A Company Targeting Chinese Interest In Boats Ranging From From Five To 25 Meters And Starting At About $240,000. Blanc Told Daybreak Asia's Victor Beattie The Yacht Business Only Recently Has Taken Off In Part Because Chinese Are Not Naturally Drawn To The Sea And Sun.


August 13, 2014

Q&A DeForest / Moise / Gulf Of Tonkin

Fifty Years Ago. An Incident In The Gulf Of Tonkin Off The Coast Of North Vietnam Spurred The U-S Congress To Pass A Resolution Giving Then President Lyndon Johnson A Blank-Check To Wage War In Southeast Asia. VOA's Dave DeForest Asked Historian Edwin Moise What Actually Happened In The Gulf Of Tonkin


August 13, 2014

Q&A Norman / Edmonds / Pacific Solutions For Pacfic Job

The Manila-Based Asian Development Bank's Pacific Economic Monitor Is A Bi-Annual Review Of Economic Developments In A-D-B's 14 Developing Member Countries In the Pacific Region. Each Issue Includes Policy Briefs On A Subject Of Current Importance To The Region. VOA's Steve Norman Spoke With A-D-B's Senior Economist In The Pacific Department Christopher Edmonds.


August 13, 2014

Q&A Movies / Kouguell / A Mongolian Couch

It Is Often Said That Travel Is Broadening. You Can See New People Places And Things. VOA's Entertainment Aficionado Ray Kouguell Tells Us About A Documentary That Looks At An Unusual Way How It Can Be Done.


August 13, 2014

Q&A Beattie / Yang / China Pollution

China Says Coal-Fired Plants In Six Main Districts In Beijing Will Be Phased Out By 2020. The Announcement Monday By The City's Municipal Environmental Protection Bureau Is Aimed At Improving The Dismal Air Quality. Dail Yang Is A Political Science Professor At The University Of Chicago Beijing Office. He Spoke With Daybreak Asia's Victor Beattie.


August 13, 2014

Q&A Mellman / Poch / Neou / Cambodia

Those Who Were Victimized By The Actions Of The Khmer Rouge In What Has Become To Be Known As The Killing Fields Of Cambodia Have Scattered Around The Globe. Daybreak Asia's Ira Mellman Spoke With Two Of Them. Reasey Poch, An Editor At VOA's Khmer Service And Sarem Neou, A Former Member Of That VOA Service Both Experienced It, In Very Different Ways. Poch Was A Child At The Time.


August 13, 2014

Daybreak Asia

Join VOA's Daybreak Asia team for an informative 30-minute English morning program, filled with unique stories from across Asia and the world. With the English language becoming more widely used in influential circles, Daybreak Asia gives you a new way to learn about issues of interest in your home and across the largest and most populous continent in the world. For news beyond the headlines, listening to Daybreak Asia is not only time well spent, it’s a great way to start your day.


August 12, 2014

Daybreak Asia

Join VOA's Daybreak Asia team for an informative 30-minute English morning program, filled with unique stories from across Asia and the world. With the English language becoming more widely used in influential circles, Daybreak Asia gives you a new way to learn about issues of interest in your home and across the largest and most populous continent in the world. For news beyond the headlines, listening to Daybreak Asia is not only time well spent, it’s a great way to start your day.


August 11, 2014

Daybreak Asia

Join VOA's Daybreak Asia team for an informative 30-minute English morning program, filled with unique stories from across Asia and the world. With the English language becoming more widely used in influential circles, Daybreak Asia gives you a new way to learn about issues of interest in your home and across the largest and most populous continent in the world. For news beyond the headlines, listening to Daybreak Asia is not only time well spent, it’s a great way to start your day.


August 10, 2014


August 10, 2014

Daybreak Asia

Join VOA's Daybreak Asia team for an informative 30-minute English morning program, filled with unique stories from across Asia and the world. With the English language becoming more widely used in influential circles, Daybreak Asia gives you a new way to learn about issues of interest in your home and across the largest and most populous continent in the world. For news beyond the headlines, listening to Daybreak Asia is not only time well spent, it’s a great way to start your day.


August 07, 2014

Daybreak Asia

Join VOA's Daybreak Asia team for an informative 30-minute English morning program, filled with unique stories from across Asia and the world. With the English language becoming more widely used in influential circles, Daybreak Asia gives you a new way to learn about issues of interest in your home and across the largest and most populous continent in the world. For news beyond the headlines, listening to Daybreak Asia is not only time well spent, it’s a great way to start your day.


August 06, 2014

Daybreak Asia

Join VOA's Daybreak Asia team for an informative 30-minute English morning program, filled with unique stories from across Asia and the world. With the English language becoming more widely used in influential circles, Daybreak Asia gives you a new way to learn about issues of interest in your home and across the largest and most populous continent in the world. For news beyond the headlines, listening to Daybreak Asia is not only time well spent, it’s a great way to start your day.


August 05, 2014

Daybreak Asia

Join VOA's Daybreak Asia team for an informative 30-minute English morning program, filled with unique stories from across Asia and the world. With the English language becoming more widely used in influential circles, Daybreak Asia gives you a new way to learn about issues of interest in your home and across the largest and most populous continent in the world. For news beyond the headlines, listening to Daybreak Asia is not only time well spent, it’s a great way to start your day.

VOA's Daybreak Asia team for an informative 30-minute morning program, bringing you unique stories from across Asia and the world in English.  With the English language becoming more widely used in influential circles, you now have a way to learn about issues of interest to the largest and most populous continent in the world.  From new insights about regional neighbors to discovering your problems are pan-Asian problems, too, you'll find Daybreak Asia will soon be shaping the way you see the world.  For news beyond the headlines, listening to Daybreak Asia is not only time well spent. It's a great way to start your day.
 

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