November 09, 2010
Media Falls Short on Burma
Some parts of the media refused to cover Burma’s election. Did they let the Burmese people down with their decision?
July 21, 2010
Media Sully Pakistan Ties
India’s media has a lot to answer for with its inflammatory, narrow coverage of Pakistan.
July 13, 2010
What MS Dhoni’s wedding says about India’s Commonwealth Games plans.
June 02, 2010
T.V. Santhosh’s Burning Flags
A report from London on the latest media influenced exhibit by this prominent artist.
April 19, 2010
Privilege of Privacy
A recent high-profile death reminds us how powerful broadcast media can be.
March 10, 2010
Media Handling 101
Some Chinese officials might want to rethink their domestic media handling skills.
March 03, 2010
Media Finds Voice
Editorial about a discriminatory govt policy shows China’s media has some spunk.
March 03, 2010
Curious Ceasefire Offer
The Indian media’s powerful glare makes even talking to the Maoists harder.
March 02, 2010
Vice in North Korea
Media group’s guide to one of ‘the planet’s most dangerous and weird destinations.’
November 25, 2009
Big in Korea? No, says Obama Foodorama
One of the most engaging food-politics fusion blogs I’ve come across (and I’m definitely not the only one who has taken notice) is Obama Foodorama, edited by Eddie Gehman Kohan. A web journal that manages, in a very readable way, to record any link b
November 19, 2009
Bhutan Gets Issued: First Ever Women's Magazine Debuts
A pretty remarkable event took place in Bhutan this autumn–the launch of the first women’s magazine in the country. Armed with questions galore, I got in touch with the editor of the magazine, Pema Choden Tenzin, who graciously took the time to humo