Whose News? Australia and Digital News
June 22, 2015
Whose News? Australia and Digital News
A new report offers some insights into the state of digital news media in Australia.
Whose News? Australia and Digital News
China’s Misunderstood History of Gay Tolerance
June 22, 2015
China’s Misunderstood History of Gay Tolerance
The Chinese LGBT community struggles to establish itself against intolerance. It wasn’t always that way.
China’s Misunderstood History of Gay Tolerance
Review: <i>Manchu Princess, Japanese Spy</i>
June 21, 2015
Review: Manchu Princess, Japanese Spy
A new book explores the fascinating tale of a cross-dressing Japanese spy in wartime China.
Review: Manchu Princess, Japanese Spy
Asia-Pacific Population Growth and the UN Post-2015 Development Agenda
June 18, 2015
Asia-Pacific Population Growth and the UN Post-2015 Development Agenda
As the world considers sustainable development goals, it should take close note of Asia-Pacific population pressures.
Asia-Pacific Population Growth and the UN Post-2015 Development Agenda
Review: <i>Untouchable: Children of God</i>
June 14, 2015
Review: Untouchable: Children of God
A new documentary exposes the horror that faces many young Nepali girls.
Review: Untouchable: Children of God
Competition for the 2022 Winter Olympics Heats Up
June 10, 2015
Competition for the 2022 Winter Olympics Heats Up
Will Almaty be “Keeping it Real” in 2022 or will Beijing prove to be a “Joyful Rendezvous upon Pure Ice and Snow”?
Competition for the 2022 Winter Olympics Heats Up
Is Cambodia’s Evolution Just a Mirage on the Mekong?
June 08, 2015
Is Cambodia’s Evolution Just a Mirage on the Mekong?
A new photo-book catalogs Cambodia’s growth and transition, painting a complex picture of progress.
Is Cambodia’s Evolution Just a Mirage on the Mekong?
Hidden Potential in South Korea’s Urban Neighborhoods
June 05, 2015
Hidden Potential in South Korea’s Urban Neighborhoods
Culture can play a vital role in local economic development.
Hidden Potential in South Korea’s Urban Neighborhoods
Review: <i>The Eagle and the Dragon</i>
June 04, 2015
Review: The Eagle and the Dragon
A new book demonstrates that “the colonization of America and the history of Asia are linked.”
Review: The Eagle and the Dragon
After 3 Year Ban, Japanese Film Tops China's Box Office
June 03, 2015
After 3 Year Ban, Japanese Film Tops China's Box Office
The latest Doraemon film is setting records in China.
After 3 Year Ban, Japanese Film Tops China's Box Office
There's an App For That (in Myanmar)
June 02, 2015
There's an App For That (in Myanmar)
Emerging from years of censorship to capitalize on growing demand for local apps, developers jump straight to mobile.
There's an App For That (in Myanmar)
Labor Exploitation Revealed in Australia’s Food Industry
May 31, 2015
Labor Exploitation Revealed in Australia’s Food Industry
A current affairs show reveals widespread exploitation of working holidaymakers in Australia.
Labor Exploitation Revealed in Australia’s Food Industry
Build Your Own Bangkok: An Artist Turned Amateur Anthropologist
May 22, 2015
Build Your Own Bangkok: An Artist Turned Amateur Anthropologist
In her art, Kathy MacLeod explores Bangkok's 'vibe of self-worship', the hipster invasion, and sexpat culture.
Build Your Own Bangkok: An Artist Turned Amateur Anthropologist
Meeting the Master of Fresco Art in Pakistan
May 21, 2015
Meeting the Master of Fresco Art in Pakistan
One master artist in Lahore is keeping alive an endangered art form.
Meeting the Master of Fresco Art in Pakistan
George Orwell: Shooting an Elephant in Yangon?
May 21, 2015
George Orwell: Shooting an Elephant in Yangon?
A collection of the great writer’s essays have been translated into Burmese.
George Orwell: Shooting an Elephant in Yangon?
‘Cheap and Trendy’ Fashion Comes at a Price
May 18, 2015
‘Cheap and Trendy’ Fashion Comes at a Price
The rise of “fast fashion” is influencing labor standards in Asia and elsewhere.
‘Cheap and Trendy’ Fashion Comes at a Price
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