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ACTIVIST: Chen Guangcheng's case is yet another delicate human rights issue for the Obama administration this election year.
ENVIRONMENT: Maldives' Reethi Beach Resort announces that Baa Atoll has been recognized as a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.
GROWTH: Some travelers in China are complaining about steep rising tickets costs around the country's tourist attractions.
HALLYU: Google HQs in Mountain View, CA will host a private K-pop concert on May 21, which will be broadcast on MBC and YouTube.
BRAINS: An economic look at the "end of football."
EDU: MIT and Harvard have joined to offer free online classes to the public.