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A Risky Choice: Rakhimov Elected President of Amateur Boxing Federation
November 06, 2018
A Risky Choice: Rakhimov Elected President of Amateur Boxing Federation
The IOC, responding to Rakhimov’s election, expressed “grave” concern over judging scandals, anti-doping, and governance.
A Risky Choice: Rakhimov Elected President of Amateur Boxing Federation
Is Taiwan’s Drive to Legalize Gay Marriage Descending Into Chaos?
November 06, 2018
Is Taiwan’s Drive to Legalize Gay Marriage Descending Into Chaos?
With contradictory referendums set to hit November ballots, LGBTQ advocates are critical of President Tsai for not acting sooner.
Is Taiwan’s Drive to Legalize Gay Marriage Descending Into Chaos?
Aasia Bibi and the Plight of Pakistan’s Untouchables
November 05, 2018
Aasia Bibi and the Plight of Pakistan’s Untouchables
An altercation between a Christian woman and Muslim women was based on a Hindu custom.
Aasia Bibi and the Plight of Pakistan’s Untouchables
2 Central Asians and the Future of Olympic Boxing
October 31, 2018
2 Central Asians and the Future of Olympic Boxing
A Kazakh boxing legend and an Uzbek businessman face off for leadership of the scandal-ridden International Boxing Association.
2 Central Asians and the Future of Olympic Boxing
Is This the Start of an Illegal Fishing Crackdown in Taiwan?
October 25, 2018
Is This the Start of an Illegal Fishing Crackdown in Taiwan?
Taiwan authorities halt Fuh Sheng No. 11 for labor violations. Are Taiwan’s fishing practices finally changing?
Is This the Start of an Illegal Fishing Crackdown in Taiwan?
Singapore: Crazy Rich But Still Behind on Gay Rights
October 24, 2018
Singapore: Crazy Rich But Still Behind on Gay Rights
Singapore’s protection of its LGBT community leaves much to be desired.
Singapore: Crazy Rich But Still Behind on Gay Rights
Commercializing Tradition in Yunnan, China
October 11, 2018
Commercializing Tradition in Yunnan, China
An interview with Thiago Braga on pu’er tea culture and industry
Commercializing Tradition in Yunnan, China
Life in New York's Little Pakistan
October 05, 2018
Life in New York's Little Pakistan
This once-thriving community is still trying to put itself back together after the 9/11 attacks.
Life in New York's Little Pakistan
India’s Sabarimala Temple and the Issue of Women’s Entry
October 03, 2018
India’s Sabarimala Temple and the Issue of Women’s Entry
Another Hindu temple will open its gates to women, reigniting the debate on Indian secularism.
India’s Sabarimala Temple and the Issue of Women’s Entry
Goodbye, Dr. Ho: The Passing of a Chinese Doctor (and Tourist Attraction)
October 02, 2018
Goodbye, Dr. Ho: The Passing of a Chinese Doctor (and Tourist Attraction)
Dr. Ho, a longtime draw for tourists in southwest China, passed away at aged 95.
Goodbye, Dr. Ho: The Passing of a Chinese Doctor (and Tourist Attraction)
Meet Lin Xi: A Progressive Female Character in a Chinese Drama
September 27, 2018
Meet Lin Xi: A Progressive Female Character in a Chinese Drama
The second season of China’s famous TV show, Nirvana in Fire (琅琊榜), sets a progressive character into a period drama.
Meet Lin Xi: A Progressive Female Character in a Chinese Drama
India’s Problem With Women
September 26, 2018
India’s Problem With Women
As tradition and modernity collide, India is the world's most dangerous place for women.
India’s Problem With Women
<em>Crazy Rich Asians</em>: A Clash of East and West?
September 19, 2018
Crazy Rich Asians: A Clash of East and West?
The East may not become the West, but it can surely buy it out.
Crazy Rich Asians: A Clash of East and West?
From Film to Reality: How Fans Find Their Fantasy Worlds
September 14, 2018
From Film to Reality: How Fans Find Their Fantasy Worlds
Jiufen’s A-Mei Teahouse may not have inspired Miyazaki’s Spirited Away, but fans visit in droves anyway.
From Film to Reality: How Fans Find Their Fantasy Worlds
Paint It Saffron: The Colors of Indian Political Parties
September 10, 2018
Paint It Saffron: The Colors of Indian Political Parties
Just like symbols, colors are a part of a party’s image.
Paint It Saffron: The Colors of Indian Political Parties
‘Amma Meri’ and the Dark Side of Rural Poverty in India
September 09, 2018
‘Amma Meri’ and the Dark Side of Rural Poverty in India
A new short film attempts to bridge the gap between imagined and real poverty in India.
‘Amma Meri’ and the Dark Side of Rural Poverty in India
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