Rice, The Staple at Risk
The three events has given Koreans and the government a moment to ponder the rice business here, which has faced a variety of obstacles lately.
"Rice is a precious food, which has shared a history with Korean people for the last five thousand years. It still accounts for 52 percent of farmers?income here and 56 p..
The International Rice Science Conference will have its final day of its three-day agenda today, which takes place in Seoul, to discuss the latest studies on rice production in commemoration of the Year of Rice falling this year.
In order to highlight the importance of rice as a major staple for over half of the world뭩 population, the Unit..
Change of Saemangum Project
Construction of Golf Range Should Be Prohibited
The Saemangum reclamation project is again drawing concern because its original purpose is likely to change, to the apparent detriment of the environment surrounding the region.
Holding jurisdiction over the area being reclaimed, North Cholla Province plans t..
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WASHINGTON - A new study in a peer-reviewed science journal finds that toxic chemicals used to make Teflon cookware, as well as a range of water- and stain-resistant coatings on paper, carpets and furniture, are in people's blood across the globe.
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