Halloween isn't the only celebration honoring the dead. Countries all over the world have their own ways of honoring those generations long gone.
A glimpse of a buddha statue in a temple in Penang, Malaysia on July 8, 2012. (Edmund Nigel Gall/Flickr)
This past summer we asked readers to tell us what their favorite street foods were from around Asia and send us photos. This mouth-watering slideshow is what we got.
A man runs down the beach in the golden glow of the sun in Labuan, Malaysia on April 13, 2012. (SaturatedEyes/Flickr)
An intricately carved deity in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on July 11, 2012. (Edmund Nigel Gall/Flickr)
A new grassroots initiative is making Malaysia's sepak takraw, along with volleyball and other games, accessible to underprivileged young people in India.
A cardboard collector in the back streets of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on May 15, 2012. (Photosightfaces/Flickr)
During the Islamic month of Ramadan, Muslims break the fast with iftar, an evening meal taken after sunset. We take a look at some of the dishes typically served in different parts of Asia.
For a song that's supposed to unite the nation and foster patriotic spirit, Singapore's 2012 National Day song has elicited a tepid response.
The fate of Hong Kong's "Occupy Central" hangs in the balance as HSBC applies to the city's high court for the right to evict it. How are Asia's other Occupy movements faring?
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