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Koalaty Koala Care
June 06, 2018
Koalaty Koala Care
A wildlife hospital on the Gold Coast has seen skyrocketing numbers of koalas suffering from chlamydia.
Koalaty Koala Care
Helsinki: How to Create a European Hub for Asia
June 01, 2018
Helsinki: How to Create a European Hub for Asia
A relatively small airport in northern Europe became an unexpected beneficiary of growing Asia-Europe connectivity.
Helsinki: How to Create a European Hub for Asia
Online Learning in North Korea
May 25, 2018
Online Learning in North Korea
Is North Korea going through an online learning revolution?
Online Learning in North Korea
The New Silk Road Is Old: Why You Should Ignore Belt and Road Initiative Maps
May 25, 2018
The New Silk Road Is Old: Why You Should Ignore Belt and Road Initiative Maps
Looking for good publications on the Belt and Road Initiative? Ignore the ones with maps. (Well, maybe not all.)
The New Silk Road Is Old: Why You Should Ignore Belt and Road Initiative Maps
Defying National Divide, Indians and Pakistanis Unite in Matrimony
May 17, 2018
Defying National Divide, Indians and Pakistanis Unite in Matrimony
“We saw each other as individuals rather than as an Indian or a Pakistani."
Defying National Divide, Indians and Pakistanis Unite in Matrimony
Daryaganj: Old World Charm at Delhi’s Used Book Bazaar
May 07, 2018
Daryaganj: Old World Charm at Delhi’s Used Book Bazaar
Delhi’s Sunday book market is exceptional and very Indian.
Daryaganj: Old World Charm at Delhi’s Used Book Bazaar
The Game of the Great Games: How the Olympic Fad Hurts the Postcolonial World
May 03, 2018
The Game of the Great Games: How the Olympic Fad Hurts the Postcolonial World
Seeking international recognition through grand sport events exacts a heavy price on Asian cities.
The Game of the Great Games: How the Olympic Fad Hurts the Postcolonial World
Pakistan’s Cinematic Revolution in the Making
May 02, 2018
Pakistan’s Cinematic Revolution in the Making
Cake and Motorcycle Girl signal a new, refreshing direction for Pakistani cinema
Pakistan’s Cinematic Revolution in the Making
Adopt a Heritage: Should Private Companies Be Caretakers of Indian National Monuments?
April 30, 2018
Adopt a Heritage: Should Private Companies Be Caretakers of Indian National Monuments?
Will sites like the Taj Mahal become better managed or will they become banners for private firms?
Adopt a Heritage: Should Private Companies Be Caretakers of Indian National Monuments?
Modern, Not Western: Why Hindu Nationalists Do Not Resist Technology
April 16, 2018
Modern, Not Western: Why Hindu Nationalists Do Not Resist Technology
Modern technology is not inherently Western and the East does not resist it.
Modern, Not Western: Why Hindu Nationalists Do Not Resist Technology
Using Education to Make Japan Great Again?
April 16, 2018
Using Education to Make Japan Great Again?
The rise of authoritarian tendencies in Japanese schools is a worrying trend.
Using Education to Make Japan Great Again?
Isao Takahata: A Life of Changing the Perceptions and Possibilities of Animation
April 12, 2018
Isao Takahata: A Life of Changing the Perceptions and Possibilities of Animation
Isao Takahata died last week at 82. He created some of the most influential and poignant films in the history of Japanese animation.
Isao Takahata: A Life of Changing the Perceptions and Possibilities of Animation
How Ancient Exchanges in Central Asia Shaped the Modern World
April 11, 2018
How Ancient Exchanges in Central Asia Shaped the Modern World
Across the high mountains of Central Asia, movements of people, plants, and animals shaped human history.
How Ancient Exchanges in Central Asia Shaped the Modern World
How Marvel Failed to Promote Seoul and Busan
March 26, 2018
How Marvel Failed to Promote Seoul and Busan
Black Panther and Age of Ultron did not focus on the unique highlights of Korean cities.
How Marvel Failed to Promote Seoul and Busan
Remembering Cambodia Rock Star Kak Channthy
March 23, 2018
Remembering Cambodia Rock Star Kak Channthy
The frontwoman of the Cambodian Space Project, who died in a fatal car crash Tuesday morning, breathed life into a music scene devastated by three decades of war.
Remembering Cambodia Rock Star Kak Channthy
The Rise of South Korea’s Soft Power in the Middle East
March 14, 2018
The Rise of South Korea’s Soft Power in the Middle East
As the case of the UAE shows, Seoul has enticed greater relations via pop culture and reinforced its interests with economic power.
The Rise of South Korea’s Soft Power in the Middle East
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