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Nathan VanderKlippe

Nathan VanderKlippe

Nathan VanderKlippe

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Nathan VanderKlippe is the Asia correspondent for The Globe and Mail. 

He was previously a print and television correspondent in Western Canada based in Calgary, Vancouver and Yellowknife, where he covered the energy industry, aboriginal issues and Canada’s north.

He is the recipient of a National Magazine Award and a Best in Business award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

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Pyeongchang 2018
At the Olympics, losing is painful, horrific – and inevitable for most of the athletes
AP
Pyeongchang 2018
Behind Olympic death threats, a South Korean fan culture that takes speed skating seriously
AP
PYEONGCHANG 2018
In men's speedskating, a torch passes: Rookie Girard wins gold after veteran Hamelin sidelined
THE CANADIAN PRESS
‘Un-cool Runnings’: The bizarre story of Jamaica’s bobsleigh team, an ex-coach and Red Stripe beer
REUTERS
China’s hip-hop uprising faces a Communist Party crackdown
REUTERS
Skeleton Olympic champion Yun Sung-bin blesses South Korea with a moment of national euphoria
REUTERS
In Pyeongchang, the North Korean delegation’s every move is being watched
The Globe and Mail
Pyeongchang 2018
At the Olympics, North and South Korea unite against a common foe, Japan
Getty Images
In Pyeongchang, a surprise visit from South Korean icon Kim Yuna
AP
OLYMPICS
How a North Korean defector became the mother of women’s hockey in the South
AFP/Getty Images
Olympic athletes with Canadian ties make a global impact in Pyeongchang
REUTERS
SOUTH KOREA
Seoul’s foodies crave a cold dish from the North​ in Korea’s time of heated nuclear politics
WINTER GAMES
As Team Korea falls in a blowout hockey game, fans ask whether the two countries should skate together
Getty Images
‘It’s a breakthrough’: Kim Jong-un opens door to historic Korean summit
AFP/Getty Images
South Korea chases its own miracle on ice
The Globe and Mail
At the Korean DMZ, Canadians watch warily and hope for peace
THE GLOBE AND MAIL
‘One step closer to peace’: At Olympic opening ceremony, an image of peace that could prove ephemeral
Getty Images
Opening-ceremony planners face logistical nightmare in avoiding incident between U.S., North Korea
Getty Images
Amid ‘peace offensive,’ North Korea flexes military muscle on eve of Pyeongchang Games
In midst of Korean War, Canadian soldiers found relief on a makeshift hockey rink​
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