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Jon Huntsman: Mitt Romney's 'Wrongheaded' Stance on China

Jon Huntsman (L) confers with Mitt Romney (R) and Newt Gingrich (C) prior to the start of the Republican presidential debate on national security on Nov. 22, 2011 in Washington, DC. (Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images)
Policy

Although Jon Huntsman has endorsed Mitt Romney — in both English and Mandarin at this point in the election — they don't necessarily agree when it comes to China policy.

Photo of the Day: A Little Red Bauble in Taiwan

A red paper lantern hangs from teh side of a building in Taiwan on May 21, 2012. (acdovier/Flickr)
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A red paper lantern hangs from the side of a building in central Taiwan on May 21, 2012. (acdovier/Flickr)

Lung Yingtai: Culture Can Reveal 'Hidden Wounds' on Both Sides of Taiwan Strait

Writer and public intellectual Lung Yingtai, Taiwan's first-ever Minister of Culture, at Asia Society New York on August 22, 2012.
Policy

Author and public intellectual Lung Yingtai, Taiwan's Minister of Culture, argues for culture as a means of lessening tensions, and possibly healing wounds, on both sides of the Taiwan Strait.

Photo of the Day: Stacked Atop One Another in Taiwan

Staggered, colorful houses under an overcast sky in central Taiwan on May 21, 2012. (acdovier/Flickr)
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Staggered, colorful houses under an overcast sky in central Taiwan on May 21, 2012. (acdovier/Flickr)

'You Must Say It Loudly' and Other Quotes from Taiwan's Lung Yingtai

Lung Yingtai, Taiwan's Minister of Culture.
Policy

Ahead of her sold-out appearance at Asia Society New York, six memorable quotes from Taiwan's Minister of Culture Lung Yingtai on public and private integrity, Taiwan's duty, and the "Shanghai man."

Gallery: Nature's Wrath Devastates Asia

A soaking wet child sits on a post on a flooded street in suburban Manila on August 8, 2012. (Jay Directo/AFP/GettyImages)
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A string of floods from torrential rain devastates numerous nations in Asia in the past week.

Going, Going, Gone: Five of Asia's Most Endangered Languages

Japanese tourist with two Ainu in Hokkaido, date unknown. (Sgt. Steiner/Flickr)
Lifestyle

Meet the "hairy Ainu" of Japan, Taiwan's Saaroa, the Kusunda of Nepal, the last Manchus and the Jarawa of India's Andaman Islands.

5 Things You Should Know About Asia's Millionaires

The 'Millionaire Fair' in Shanghai. (Ricky Jiang/Flickr)
Lifestyle

As their numbers rise, Asia’s millionaires will increasingly influence the marketplace, not only on private jet sales, but also the price of everything from gasoline to wine to the property in your neighborhood, writes Avery Booker.

Brokered Marriages: Matchmaking or Exploitation?

A screenshot from J&N Viet-Bride's website showcases couples who met through the Singapore-based matchmaking service. (jnvietbride.com.sg)
Policy

The movement of migrant brides throughout Asia is controlled by a network of agents whose motives are more driven by profits than the welfare of the people they profess to help, writes Andrew Billo.

Photo of the Day: Temple Festival in Kaohsiung, Taiwan

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Taiwan Temple Festival in Kaohsiung, Taiwan on March 28, 2012. (Joseph Ferris III /Flickr)