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Counting Castes in India
August 05, 2016
Counting Castes in India
An Indian government commission is trying to make sense of the caste data.
Counting Castes in India
The Packaging of Culture: Dai Along the Lancang
August 05, 2016
The Packaging of Culture: Dai Along the Lancang
Spread across China, Myanmar, Thailand, and Laos, the Dai are at the crossroads of tradition and the modern world.
The Packaging of Culture: Dai Along the Lancang
Preserving Cambodia’s Artistic Heritage
August 03, 2016
Preserving Cambodia’s Artistic Heritage
The Diplomat spoke with art restorer Borany Mam about the efforts to restore Cambodia’s endangered canvases.
Preserving Cambodia’s Artistic Heritage
Entering China: Where the Mekong Ends
July 27, 2016
Entering China: Where the Mekong Ends
In Jinghong, the gateway to southwestern China, the Mekong ends and the Lancang river begins.
Entering China: Where the Mekong Ends
India's Growing Sports Industry
July 27, 2016
India's Growing Sports Industry
Can investment in sports be the next big thing for India's economy?
India's Growing Sports Industry
Major League Baseball: Meet Japan's All-Time
July 25, 2016
Major League Baseball: Meet Japan's All-Time "Hit King"
Ichiro Suzuki fully deserves his place in the firmament of baseball stars.
Major League Baseball: Meet Japan's All-Time "Hit King"
China Joins Russia's Hockey League
July 21, 2016
China Joins Russia's Hockey League
Red Star Kunlun joins the KHL, but is China ready to embrace ice hockey?
China Joins Russia's Hockey League
After New Doping Report, Russia Faces Possible Full Rio Ban
July 20, 2016
After New Doping Report, Russia Faces Possible Full Rio Ban
New report details massive State-run scheme to pass dirty athletes off as clean.
After New Doping Report, Russia Faces Possible Full Rio Ban
The Social Media 'War' Over the South China Sea
July 16, 2016
The Social Media 'War' Over the South China Sea
Vietnamese, Chinese, and Filipinos spar online after the recent tribunal ruling on the South China Sea.
The Social Media 'War' Over the South China Sea
Pass the Herbs: A Vietnamese Street Food Primer
July 09, 2016
Pass the Herbs: A Vietnamese Street Food Primer
From Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi, eating on the street in Vietnam is a treat.
Pass the Herbs: A Vietnamese Street Food Primer
Air Astana Introduces New Almaty-Tehran Route
July 08, 2016
Air Astana Introduces New Almaty-Tehran Route
Kazakhstan looks to expand tourism ties to Iran.
Air Astana Introduces New Almaty-Tehran Route
Cambodia to Enforce Stricter Angkor Wat Dress Code
July 08, 2016
Cambodia to Enforce Stricter Angkor Wat Dress Code
New code of conduct will be enforced starting August 4.
Cambodia to Enforce Stricter Angkor Wat Dress Code
<i>The Vegetarian</i>: A Delicate Song of Blood
July 07, 2016
The Vegetarian: A Delicate Song of Blood
The Vegetarian is the first Korean novel to claim the Man Booker International Prize.
The Vegetarian: A Delicate Song of Blood
India’s First Hijra Music Group Roars to Victory in Cannes
June 30, 2016
India’s First Hijra Music Group Roars to Victory in Cannes
6 Pack Band has put the stigmatized transgender community on the global creative map. But there’s a long way to go.
India’s First Hijra Music Group Roars to Victory in Cannes
Selling Thailand: Gender, Tourism, and Female Objectification
June 30, 2016
Selling Thailand: Gender, Tourism, and Female Objectification
A closer look at the gendered identity of state-created “Thainess.”
Selling Thailand: Gender, Tourism, and Female Objectification
Why Isn't Game of Thrones Asian?
June 30, 2016
Why Isn't Game of Thrones Asian?
HBO's hit show--steeped in European history--still borrows some notes from Asian history.
Why Isn't Game of Thrones Asian?
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