The photographer Charlie Xia showcases a rare, unique perspective on China's landscape.
Nearly a month of strong conversation in Pakistan this past summer, distilled to two radio hours. Click to listen.
Religious devotees dance in a state of trance at the shrine of Saint Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in the ancient city of Sehwan Sharif, Sindh Pakistan in July 2011. (Madiha Aijaz)
<em>The New Yorker</em>'s Evan Osnos wrote a blog post about our <em>Coal + Ice</em> photo exhibit in Beijing. We used Evan's write-up as an excuse to post some more of the exhibit's fantastic photos.
Borobudur, the world’s largest Buddhist temple in central Java, Indonesia at dawn on October 31, 2011. (Pra-Yudi/Flickr)
Halloween parade at the La Cittadella in Kawasaki, Japan (Danny Choo/Flickr)
The 2011 Festival of Lights, Diwali, captured in photos and tweets from around the world.
The new film <em>Surviving the Peace</em>, produced for the Mines Advisory Group by Mediastorm, profiles Laotians whose lives remain at risk to unexploded land mines.
A Beijing-based videographer and photographer, Gallagher produced a series of documentary videos for Asia Society's ongoing China Green project. "I actually think the scale of the problem is worse than I initially realized," he said.