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    Jasper Kim – on CNN TV (July 17, 2012)

    July 25th, 2012  by  Asia-Pacific Global Research Group - Jasper Kim

    Jasper Kim, CEO of Asia-Pacific Global Research Group, gives his views to CNN TV
    on the socio-economic and political risks related to the ouster of a key North Korean military official.

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    Asian education and economics – Al Jazeera TV

    April 11th, 2012  by  Asia-Pacific Global Research Group - Jasper Kim

    Below is an interview I recently did with Al Jazeera on the topic of education in Asia. I talked about the current state of education in Asia; whether it is adequately preparing students to compete globally in the 21st century.

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    Asian education’s failing grade (WSJ op-ed)

    April 11th, 2012  by  Asia-Pacific Global Research Group - Jasper Kim

    In a recently published WSJ (Wall Street Journal Asia, Feb. 29 2012) op-ed “Asian education’s failing grade”; I analyze why Asian’s education system, and in particular South Korea’s education system, has created a class of “zombie students” that are overworked, and ironically, overeducated..   Read here.

    Viewpoint – Samsung Electronics (as featured on BBC News)

    March 31st, 2012  by  Asia-Pacific Global Research Group - Jasper Kim

    Here is a report on Samsung Electronics featured in BBC News (Viewpoint, December 29, 2012). The report predicts a possible “sunset scenario” for Samsung Electronics, similar to the the decline of Sony and other tech titans before it. This may not happen this quarter or next, but in the long run, it is a common pattern that befalls many if not most electronics giants.  Read here.

    Video commentary on North Korean succession of Kim Jong Un (CNBC TV).

    March 30th, 2012  by  Asia-Pacific Global Research Group - Jasper Kim

    Here I am being interviewed alongside Khiem Do of Baring Asset Management by Martin Song of CNBC Asia concerning the sudden succession of the 28 year-old Kim Jong Un, after the death of his father, North Korean leader Kim Jong Il.
    Originally aired last year.

    Another interview done with Bloomberg Television’s Owen Thomas for their ‘On the Move’ program.

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