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It's Official: Same-Sex Marriage Is Legal in Taiwan
May 17, 2019
It's Official: Same-Sex Marriage Is Legal in Taiwan
Two years after a landmark court decision, Taiwan has finally passed legislation allowing same-sex couples to wed.
It's Official: Same-Sex Marriage Is Legal in Taiwan
The Long Wait: Chin Refugees in India
May 15, 2019
The Long Wait: Chin Refugees in India
A Christian minority community from Myanmar faces an uncertain future in India. Many are putting their hopes in third countries.
The Long Wait: Chin Refugees in India
Fani: India Faces the Cyclone’s Bite, Again
May 06, 2019
Fani: India Faces the Cyclone’s Bite, Again
Better cooperation and communication, a more efficient warning system, and a massive evacuation helped in tackling the cyclone.
Fani: India Faces the Cyclone’s Bite, Again
In ‘Memory Boxes,’ Afghans Memorialize Lives Lost to Violence
May 03, 2019
In ‘Memory Boxes,’ Afghans Memorialize Lives Lost to Violence
A recently opened center in Kabul memorializes the victims of Afghanistan’s chronic state of war.
In ‘Memory Boxes,’ Afghans Memorialize Lives Lost to Violence
Netflix Will Make a Movie About Thailand’s Miracle Cave Rescue
May 01, 2019
Netflix Will Make a Movie About Thailand’s Miracle Cave Rescue
The company acquired the rights to the story of the boys' soccer team that spent over 2 weeks trapped in a flooded cave.
Netflix Will Make a Movie About Thailand’s Miracle Cave Rescue
Is Avengers: Endgame a Masala Movie?
May 01, 2019
Is Avengers: Endgame a Masala Movie?
A formula made up of mixed genres that is sometimes viewed by outsiders as awkward in Indian movies works fine for Marvel.
Is Avengers: Endgame a Masala Movie?
How Netflix Is Reshaping South Korean Entertainment
April 29, 2019
How Netflix Is Reshaping South Korean Entertainment
The streaming giant is reshaping Korean entertainment, even while boosting its popularity around the world.
How Netflix Is Reshaping South Korean Entertainment
A Visual Dialogue of the 2014 Sunflower Movement, 5 Years Later
April 26, 2019
A Visual Dialogue of the 2014 Sunflower Movement, 5 Years Later
An exhibit in Taipei relives the energy and optimism of the Sunflower protests through photography.
A Visual Dialogue of the 2014 Sunflower Movement, 5 Years Later
A Conversation With Lollywood Screenwriter Nasir Adeeb
April 10, 2019
A Conversation With Lollywood Screenwriter Nasir Adeeb
One of the fathers of the gandasa genre talks about his 40-plus year career in Pakistani cinema.
A Conversation With Lollywood Screenwriter Nasir Adeeb
Fake News in India and Indonesia's Elections 2019
April 09, 2019
Fake News in India and Indonesia's Elections 2019
In both countries, social media platforms are fertile ground for disinformation and hoaxes.
Fake News in India and Indonesia's Elections 2019
East Asian Footballers Make Their Way West
April 09, 2019
East Asian Footballers Make Their Way West
Football transfer markets look east as East Asian players are making names for themselves in Europe’s top leagues.
East Asian Footballers Make Their Way West
The Indian Heart: The Polish Singer Who Mastered Hindustani Music
March 30, 2019
The Indian Heart: The Polish Singer Who Mastered Hindustani Music
Michał Rudaś is yet another foreign artist drawn to classical Indian music.
The Indian Heart: The Polish Singer Who Mastered Hindustani Music
The World's Third Pole Is Melting
March 28, 2019
The World's Third Pole Is Melting
How can Asian countries survive without Tibetan glaciers and water?
The World's Third Pole Is Melting
Is Boxing's Tokyo 2020 Olympic Future on the Ropes?
March 26, 2019
Is Boxing's Tokyo 2020 Olympic Future on the Ropes?
Last week, AIBA President Gafur Rakhimov offered to step aside. This week, an IOC inquiry into the AIBA should get an update.
Is Boxing's Tokyo 2020 Olympic Future on the Ropes?
Ichiro's Last Game: The End of an Era
March 22, 2019
Ichiro's Last Game: The End of an Era
No Japanese Major League Baseball player has seen a similar level of success.
Ichiro's Last Game: The End of an Era
Can Singapore Eliminate the Stigmas in Its Secondary Education?
March 21, 2019
Can Singapore Eliminate the Stigmas in Its Secondary Education?
Phasing out “streaming” is a good step, but there are still questions about how students will be viewed by their peers and society.
Can Singapore Eliminate the Stigmas in Its Secondary Education?
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