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第67集-亞洲人愈來愈愛喝葡萄酒

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Industry experts say many Asians are growing more likely to choose wine over traditionally more popular beer and whiskey because wine is less expensive than before, more choices are available and the population is increasingly exposed to Western culture.

第66集-台灣學生承認缺少國際觀

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According to the results of a recent survey, Taiwan college and high school students fall short of the global village and most of them acknowledge that they lack the ability to speak English.

第61集-亞洲安毒濫用日益嚴重

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Traffickers have been shifting to the manufacture of amphetamine type drugs in Asia as cultivation and production of heroin drops sharply, and there had been an alarming increase in abuse of

第65集-寄生蟲卵壞了泡菜美味

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The kimchi worries started in September with a report that Chinese-made kimchi had a higher lead content than South Korean-made kimchi, October, the authority banned the sale of kimchi imported from China because samples contained parasites’ eggs.

第60集-禽流感小常識

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The term “bird flu” describes one of several influenza viruses that birds can carry. But several types can also infect humans. These are different in makeup from the usual human flus.

第64集-鼓勵大家庭,梵蒂岡即將封聖多產婦女

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Fabris, who was born in 1866, was described as being deeply religious from her childhood. Besides the 11 children she raised, Fabris welcomed other children in need into her home. Three of her children became priests and one child became a nun.

第63集-不及早控制愛滋未來代價大

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Developing countries in the Asia-Pacific risk sinking deeper into poverty if they fail to adequately confront the rising threat of HIV/AIDS with increased funding for prevention and treatment.

第58集-北京新年將再聞鞭炮響

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City authorities approved a regulation that allows people in downtown Beijing to light firecrackers at set hours during the Lunar New Year holiday, which reinstating an ancient tradition believed to chase away evil spirits.

第57集-日本百歲人瑞迅速增加

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More than 25,000 Japanese will
be aged over 100 in this year;
it means that in a striking
illustration of the speed at
which the country is aging, it
also throw a spotlight on the
pressure Japan faces to fund
pensions and health care, with
a shrinking work force supporting the growing number of retirees.