A tree covered in foliage spreads out its branches in India on December 4, 2012. (VikramDeep/Flickr)
Simply connecting the countries of South Asia with each other and their neighbors may not be enough, says a new Asia Society report.
After decades of neglect (and worse), a Kabul home for Afghanistan's cultural heritage has a new lease on life.
"I want to change China from a country ruled of man and by man to a country ruled of law and by law," Chinese activist and legislator Wu Qing tells Asia Blog.
Bright yellow leaves fall from the autumn trees on this grey street in Kyoto, Japan on November 28, 2012. (genpi215/Filckr)
"Unlike the early 1990s, the United States should not and will not leave Afghanistan to its neighbors alone," writes Alexander Evans, who calls for a long-term, regional strategy for the embattled country.
Join the Chackos family's quest for happiness in 1980s Madras, ahead of the author's appearance at Asia Society New York.
A critical question is confronting Thailand and several other Asian nations: Is lasting peace possible in the absence of justice?
“The Sundance Film Festival in January of 2012 was really the first time I’ve ever been to a film festival,” the first-time director admits.