Manila's traffic woes
Traffic woes highlight Philippines' infrastructure issues
China's female billionaires
49 out of the 73 self-made richest women in the world come from China, according to the latest edition of the Hurun report.
Photos of the working poor
The annual photo competition of the Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP), a World Bank initiative, aims to document the struggles and successes of those business owners lacking access to basic banking.
World's deadliest earthquakes in Asia
Most of the world's deadliest earthquakes, often followed by landslides and tsunamis, in the past 30 years have been in Asia.
China's Gansu Province
The Atlantic share with us these beautiful photos of The Dramatic Landscape of China's Gansu Province.
Japan's hidden caste of untouchables by the BBC.
Beijing human rights tour
The BBC takes us on an alternative tour of Beijing following Xi's comments on 'human rights'.
China’s economy switching gears
“China’s undergoing a phase of switching gears,” says Peiran Wei, a China and Globalization Fellow at the Kennedy School’s Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation.
China/US collision course?
Collision course? Rise of China a stress for the US by the BBC.
China's crazy Col. Liu Mingfu
Col. Liu Mingfu, 64, retired from the People’s Liberation Army, is an outspoken proponent of the need for China to overtake a world order dominated by the United States.
China, Japan, Korea to hold summit
China, Japan, South Korea to Hold Summit This Year reports the Wall Street Journal
China fears Magna Carta
Magna Carta Exhibition in China Is Abruptly Moved From University
China's media fabrication
In China’s State News Media, What Is Said May Not Be What’s Printed
Humans in Asia '20,000 years early'
Fossil finds from China have shaken up the traditional narrative of humankind's dispersal from Africa say the BBC.
Photos of North Korea's celebrations
North Korea Marks 70 Years of Workers’ Party Rule.
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