Since Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak resigned in the face of widespread demonstrations, attention has shifted to what comes next.
A new film has Mumbaikars buzzing about the way they're portrayed onscreen.
Planning a trip to China? New Yorker correspondent and Asia Society award winner Evan Osnos recommends the best five books for the discerning traveler—from our friends at The Browser.
Revelations of secret negotiations.
Myanmar’s leading opposition figure, Aung San Suu Kyi, and her party, Burma’s National League for Democracy (NLD), call for the continuation of Western sanctions against the country.
The spectacular developments in Egypt are being projected and interpreted in Asia in a variety of ways.
The Indian government recently began enforcing a mandate that foreign nationals working in the country must earn above $25,000.
Malaysia's opposition leader to speak at Asia Society in New York.
One of Southeast Asia's biggest rock stars, Nazril ''Ariel'' Irham, was sentenced to three and a half years in jail and fined US $27,692 on Monday, over personal sex videos.
A new agreement by the Afghan government seeks to preserve the Buddhist archaeological site of Mes Aynak.
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