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The co-founder of the Californian band tells Kate Whitehead about riding the fame wave.
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Harvard’s Dr John Park tells Hong Kong audience intelligence shows sanctions against North Korea have provided opportunities for Chinese companies to deal with Pyongyang, helping the Kim regime develop its missile programme