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<em>Crazy Medicine</em>: Interview with Producer and Noir Novelist James Newman
September 11, 2017
Crazy Medicine: Interview with Producer and Noir Novelist James Newman
A new short film gains acclaim, peeling back the veil on Bangkok's darker side.
Crazy Medicine: Interview with Producer and Noir Novelist James Newman
The Hides Can’t Hide from Pakistani Politics
September 01, 2017
The Hides Can’t Hide from Pakistani Politics
The collection of animal hides is a political issue in Karachi.
The Hides Can’t Hide from Pakistani Politics
Saving China’s Snow Leopards with Locals
August 18, 2017
Saving China’s Snow Leopards with Locals
By enlisting the help of the local community, conservationists hope to help the bashful big cats survive.
Saving China’s Snow Leopards with Locals
The Shadow of Doubt: India, Pakistan, and Vulgar Cartoons in 1947
August 14, 2017
The Shadow of Doubt: India, Pakistan, and Vulgar Cartoons in 1947
A look back at political cartoons on the eve of the 70th anniversary of the independence of India and Pakistan.
The Shadow of Doubt: India, Pakistan, and Vulgar Cartoons in 1947
Statue Politics: India’s Quest to Outbuild China, and Itself
August 11, 2017
Statue Politics: India’s Quest to Outbuild China, and Itself
India is planning to have not only the tallest statue in the world, but two of them.
Statue Politics: India’s Quest to Outbuild China, and Itself
Have You Tried the World's Most Popular Liquor?
August 10, 2017
Have You Tried the World's Most Popular Liquor?
Baijiu, China's go-to alcohol, is virtually unknown in the rest of the world.
Have You Tried the World's Most Popular Liquor?
She Used to Be a Child Sex Worker. Now She Cares for Sex Workers' Children.
August 03, 2017
She Used to Be a Child Sex Worker. Now She Cares for Sex Workers' Children.
One woman's long journey from sex worker to 'mother' for at-risk children in Bangladesh.
She Used to Be a Child Sex Worker. Now She Cares for Sex Workers' Children.
Using Sports to Fight Naxalism in India
July 26, 2017
Using Sports to Fight Naxalism in India
Evidence suggests that sports-based interventions can discourage youth from violence, and also aid social development.
Using Sports to Fight Naxalism in India
In Cuba, a Chinatown With No Chinese
July 12, 2017
In Cuba, a Chinatown With No Chinese
Havana’s barrio chino isn’t what it used to be, but presents an opportunity nonetheless.
In Cuba, a Chinatown With No Chinese
Bollywood Conquers China? Not Quite
July 08, 2017
Bollywood Conquers China? Not Quite
Did the Bollywood hit Dangal really take China by storm?
Bollywood Conquers China? Not Quite
China’s Women’s National Lacrosse Team: The Future of Chinese Sports
July 08, 2017
China’s Women’s National Lacrosse Team: The Future of Chinese Sports
Without state backing or public attention, the team has made its first-ever World Cup.
China’s Women’s National Lacrosse Team: The Future of Chinese Sports
China’s Lianyungang: A Hub Waiting to be Born
July 06, 2017
China’s Lianyungang: A Hub Waiting to be Born
One Belt, One Road and many hopes for China’s regions and cities.
China’s Lianyungang: A Hub Waiting to be Born
The God of Great Things, India’s Arundhati Roy Returns With a New Novel
June 06, 2017
The God of Great Things, India’s Arundhati Roy Returns With a New Novel
The Ministry of Utmost Happiness is important as a collection of essays but less digestible as a novel.
The God of Great Things, India’s Arundhati Roy Returns With a New Novel
<em>Kung Fu Yoga</em>: A Chinese-Indian Soft Power Romance
June 01, 2017
Kung Fu Yoga: A Chinese-Indian Soft Power Romance
The movie is also a promotional feature for One Belt, One Road.
Kung Fu Yoga: A Chinese-Indian Soft Power Romance
Cabbages & Condoms: A Socio-Sexual History and Restaurant Review
June 01, 2017
Cabbages & Condoms: A Socio-Sexual History and Restaurant Review
Beneath the strange restaurant gimmick are Thailand's family planning and population policies.
Cabbages & Condoms: A Socio-Sexual History and Restaurant Review
Is Hong Kong Taking a Backward Step on LGBT Rights?
May 29, 2017
Is Hong Kong Taking a Backward Step on LGBT Rights?
With a petition to appeal a landmark rights case, Hong Kong may be taking a small step backward.
Is Hong Kong Taking a Backward Step on LGBT Rights?
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