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Water, Charcoal Are the Secrets Behind Jack Daniel’s Whiskey

Jack Daniel’s whiskey is known around the world, but despite its popularity, the alcoholic beverage is produced in one small town — Lynchburg, Tennessee. VOA reporter Lesia Bakalets went to the Jack Daniel’s distillery to find out how this famous whiskey is made and why it cannot be sold legally in the town where it is produced. Anna Rice narrates. VOA NEWS

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Hollywood Movies Reflecting Changes in How Asians are Portrayed

East Asian characters have been a part of Hollywood since the silent film era. But the portrayal of Asian and especially Chinese characters in the history of U.S. movies has been described as problematic by many film scholars. This is changing — not only have Asian characters evolved over time, so have movie-going audiences

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Hong Kong Protesters, Executive, Vow Not to Give In

Hong Kong is bracing for the 20th straight weekend of anti-government protests after events this week revealed that both sides are digging in. Protesters say they won’t back down from their “five demands” of Hong Kong’s government, and the city’s chief executive said she would make no concessions to protesters

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Chinese Facial Recognition Tech Rolls Out On Kazakh Buses

The Kazakh capital, Nur-Sultan, has launched the first trials of an app that allows commuters to pay for bus tickets through facial recognition technology. The system relies on cameras supplied by Hikvision, one of the Chinese companies recently sanctioned by Washington over its alleged role in human rights abuses

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Video Editorial: More Aid for Rohingya

The United States recently announced more than $127 million in additional aid for the Rakhine State Crisis in Burma and Bangladesh of which more than $89 million is for programs inside Bangladesh

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Botswana Braces for High Stakes Election Later This Month

Election fever is mounting in Botswana as voters prepare to go to the polls on October 23rd. Former President, Ian Khama has formed a breakaway party to win the presidency because of policy differences with his handpicked successor, President Mokgweetsi Masisi. And an opposition coalition also is campaigning to form a new government. From Gaborone, Botswana, Mqondisi Dube has more

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