The playwright discusses the revival of his celebrated play in an interview with Asia Blog.
Ayesha Jalal turns a literary lens on the events of 1947 and their aftermath.
"The book began as an experiment ... but from there the story just kept flowing," says first-time novelist Kwan.
A journalist's postcard series of her hometown aims to capture Pakistan's cultural hub "ravaged, whole and raw, as she is."
"The thangka ... are means for the Buddhists to achieve their aim of spiritual development, and are not just material works of art,” says a noted Mumbai art conservator.
Acclaimed author Anchee Min talks to us about her newest memoir, "The Cooked Seed" and her experiences adapting to a new country.
Face by face, part-time street photographer Rakesh JV is producing an indelible portrait gallery of his fellow Indians.
Bansie Vasvani analyzes the distinctive qualities of the artist's work, now on view as part of New York City's "Season of Cambodia" festival.
There are no guardrails on the road to Qixin. And there is only one other way to the top of the mountain — a four-hour hike.
"Nothing much has changed," the groundbreaking author and editor says of Asian Americans in the arts, "the barriers are still there."