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Photos: The 10 Most Endangered Heritage Sites in Asia

This set of ruins in Taxila, Pakistan has been named one of Global Heritage Fund's 10 most endangered heritage sites in Asia. (Bay Ismoyo/AFP/Getty Images)
Lifestyle

In pictures: Global Heritage Fund's 10 most endangered locations in Asia, under threat due to factors ranging from war to overdevelopment.

It's a Bentley, It's Corruption, It's a Problem

Models stand beside the Bentley Continental GT V8 car during the 2012 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition at China International Exhibition Center on April 25, 2012 in Beijing, China. (Feng Li/Getty Images)
Policy Corruption is more of a factor in rising economic inequality than the Asian Development Bank gives it credit for in a recent report, writes Asia Society's Andrew Billo.

Photo of the Day: Horse Carriage in India

Multimedia

Brightly decorated horse carriage in Agra, India on March 17, 2012. (Alf Igel /Flickr)

Book Excerpt: 'China Airborne' by James Fallows

Atlantic national correspondent James Fallows, author of
Business

In his latest book, veteran journalist James Fallows goes along for the ride in China's new "Wild West" of private aviation.

Photo of the Day: Tokyo in Monochrome

Multimedia

A street lamp in Tokyo, Japan in February, 2012. (ichigonotsukikagen /Flickr)

Interview: Why Asia Needs to Do a Better Job Protecting its Cultural Heritage Sites

Banteay Chhmar, Cambodia, is one of the sites being targeted by the Global Heritage Fund. (Ioreth_ni_Balor/Flickr)
Lifestyle

The Global Heritage Fund's Jeff Morgan explains how heritage conservation can benefit the economies of developing countries in Asia.

Photo of the Day: Night Market on Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Multimedia

Vegetable and fruit sellers in Govind Nagar, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India on March 29, 2012. (Thomas Brauner /Flickr)

Sneak Peek: The Revolutionary Chinese Ink Paintings of Wu Guanzhong

Arts

View 10 images from the new Asia Society Museum exhibition, recently featured in The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times.

Photo of the Day: Purple Pedestrian in Malaysia

Multimedia

A purple crab crosses the road in Tioman Island, Malaysia on April 13, 2012. (ejbaurdo /Flickr)

Interview: New Doc Captures Harvard Basketball Star Emily Tay's American Dream

Burmese American Harvard University basketball star Emily Tay is the subject of Melissa Johnson's 2011 documentary 'No Look Pass.' (High Hip Productions)
Arts

Director Melissa Johnson and her subject, Emily Tay, discuss the intricacies of their film "No Look Pass" and the sudden phenomenon of Asian American basketball stars.