Category: Current Affairs
In this inaugural episode of Asia Inside Out, Asia Society Policy Institute's Lindsey Ford speaks with Rob York and Jean Lee to dig into North Korea's dynastic family.
Author Howard French explains why Beijing's behavior in the South China Sea is consistent with how the country has always viewed itself.
Automation is eliminating manufacturing jobs around the world — and that may have dangerous side effects in the developing world.
The New York Times' Ellen Barry discusses her award-winning work examining why the country's women are dropping out of the labor force.
With the restoration of her family's century-old shop, Mei Lum is showing that the neighborhood is more than just dim sum and fake handbags.
"The idea of growing up being a 'foreigner' in the country I was living in has made me look at everything from an outsider's perspective."
Sociologist Jennifer Lee discusses the "model minority" stereotype, why it persists, and how it influences Asian American outcomes.
The Nepali-American immigrant describes her work with refugees in Iowa and explains why she publicly resigned from a presidential advisory commission of Asian Americans.