Child Brides of South Asia
October 17, 2014
Child Brides of South Asia
How education could unlock the prison of child marriage for young girls.
Child Brides of South Asia
China’s NBA Love Affair
October 16, 2014
China’s NBA Love Affair
Basketball fever is once again sweeping across China.
China’s NBA Love Affair
<i>Haider</i>: Shakespeare in Kashmir
October 13, 2014
Haider: Shakespeare in Kashmir
A new Indian film takes an unusually honest look at a sensitive subject.
Haider: Shakespeare in Kashmir
Vietnam’s Sapa Art Festival
October 12, 2014
Vietnam’s Sapa Art Festival
A small town offers inspiration and encouragement for young Vietnamese artists.
Vietnam’s Sapa Art Festival
World’s Oldest Art Discovered in Indonesia
October 10, 2014
World’s Oldest Art Discovered in Indonesia
Cave art found on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi is approximately 40,000 years old.
World’s Oldest Art Discovered in Indonesia
The 2022 Winter Olympics Will Be in Asia
October 09, 2014
The 2022 Winter Olympics Will Be in Asia
Because nobody else wants them.
The 2022 Winter Olympics Will Be in Asia
As Easy As ABC? English Education in Japan
October 04, 2014
As Easy As ABC? English Education in Japan
Fixing Japan’s English language education will require more than just bringing English classes forward a couple of years.
As Easy As ABC? English Education in Japan
Asian Philanthropy: Strategic Social Stewardship
October 03, 2014
Asian Philanthropy: Strategic Social Stewardship
Philanthropy from the region is growing, despite some significant challenges.
Asian Philanthropy: Strategic Social Stewardship
Could Pacquiao vs. Mayweather Finally Happen?
October 02, 2014
Could Pacquiao vs. Mayweather Finally Happen?
Recent comments suggest that the two fighters may finally be moving closer to boxing’s most anticipated match-up.
Could Pacquiao vs. Mayweather Finally Happen?
Confucius Institutes Sail on Despite Pushback
October 01, 2014
Confucius Institutes Sail on Despite Pushback
Chinese officials seek to minimize a row with U.S. universities.
Confucius Institutes Sail on Despite Pushback
Could Qatar Lose the World Cup?
September 25, 2014
Could Qatar Lose the World Cup?
Is FIFA finally ready to yank the World Cup away from its controversial 2022 host nation?
Could Qatar Lose the World Cup?
Casinos and Japan’s Gambling Addiction
September 23, 2014
Casinos and Japan’s Gambling Addiction
Legalizing casinos could compound Japan’s ‘gaming’ problem.
Casinos and Japan’s Gambling Addiction
India’s Modi and Japan’s Abe Exchange Birthday Wishes... On Twitter
September 21, 2014
India’s Modi and Japan’s Abe Exchange Birthday Wishes... On Twitter
Shinzo Abe and Narendra Modi take to Twitter to show off their friendship to the world.
India’s Modi and Japan’s Abe Exchange Birthday Wishes... On Twitter
Formula One Racing Returns to Asia
September 18, 2014
Formula One Racing Returns to Asia
The circuit comes back for Singapore’s Grand Prix, with more than a little drama.
Formula One Racing Returns to Asia
The Magic of Nasta‘liq Calligraphy
September 17, 2014
The Magic of Nasta‘liq Calligraphy
The Diplomat's Akhilesh Pillalamarri reflects on a Washington D.C. exhibition of Persian nasta‘liq calligraphy.
The Magic of Nasta‘liq Calligraphy
Self-Perceptions Strain Hong Kong-Mainland Relations
September 14, 2014
Self-Perceptions Strain Hong Kong-Mainland Relations
Differences in culture and social perceptions are informing the current political tensions.
Self-Perceptions Strain Hong Kong-Mainland Relations
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