China will immortalise Korean actor Park Hae Jin by putting his face on stamps

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You haven’t hit the big time till you get immortalised on a set of stamps. Seoul sensation Park Hae Jin has the honour of becoming the first Korean actor to get his face printed on Chinese stamps and calling cards.

According to Allkpop.com, the set will launch in May with a limited run of only 100 copies, but will eventually be available in regular circulation. The stamps’ release will be followed by prepaid calling cards bearing the actor’s face.

Park is perhaps best known for winning hearts of Chinese women in his lead role in the popular 2010 Korean drama series “Cheese in the Trap.” Read more…

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China Mobile to Sell iPhones in January and Other News You Need to Know

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Welcome to this morning’s edition of “First To Know,” a series in which we keep you in the know on what’s happening in the digital world.

Today, we’re looking at three particularly interesting stories. After reports the NSA paid the security company RSA $ 10 million to use a flawed encryption algorithm, RSA denied allegations on its website. China Mobile will begin carrying iPhones on Jan. 17; consumers will be able to purchase the 5S and 5C at China Mobile retail stores or Apple retail stores in China. And Evad3rs, the team behind the evasi0n jailbreak, announced a jailbreak for iOS 7 over the weekend, but it was met with concern from users. According to multiple reports, the jailbreak was allegedly running an unofficial version of the jailbreak app store Cydia Read more…

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