Regardless of the outcome in the upcoming presidential election, education must be viewed as the single greatest equalizer and antidote for many of the ills we face as a nation, writes Brandon Wiley.
A Teochew Street Opera Troupe performer wraps her head on September 1, 2012 at Pulau Ubin. (calvinistguy/Flickr)
Megan Shank talks about her first trip into China, crashing her twin brother's birthday party in Chengdu.
A young girl smiles as her grandmother braids her hair in Govi-Altay, Mongolia on July 17, 2012. (kari_1981/Flickr)
A Belgian photographer hopes that his photo series on Mumbai's trash will provoke residents to take action.
A man runs down the beach in the golden glow of the sun in Labuan, Malaysia on April 13, 2012. (SaturatedEyes/Flickr)
According to a recent Asia Society report by Senior Advisor Dr. Junjie Zhang, sustainable development and economic growth in China do not need to be mutually exclusive.
A girl waits in the rain in the Asakusa district of Tokyo, Japan on June 19, 2012. (CaDs/Flickr)
Many Chinese are now taking matters into their own hands, and going to great lengths, to avoid consuming toxic foods and drugs.
Residents of a slum apartment complex stand watchful in Dhaka, Bangladesh on August 25, 2012. (Zoriah/Flickr)
©2014 Asia Society | Privacy Statement | About AsiaSociety.org | Terms & Conditions | Contact
Asia Society takes no institutional position on policy issues and has no affiliation with any government. All views expressed in its publications and on its website are the sole responsibility of the author or authors.