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Photo of the Day: Bras for a Cause

Lifestyle

In three weeks, 10,000 bras were donated.

Photo of the Day: Calligraphy Contest

Arts

Almost 3,000 people participated in the calligraphy contest to celebrate the start of the New Year in Tokyo.

A 'Nation of Wusses' vs. a Rising China?

Author and <i>New York Times</i> columnist Thomas Friedman appears on AsiaSociety.org on January 10 at 7:00 pm ET.
Lifestyle

Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell says the US has "become a nation of wusses," and "the Chinese are kicking our butt in everything."

Photo of the Day: Stargazing

Lifestyle

The first solar eclipse of 2011 covered the sun by 30 percent and could be seen in many parts of the world. 

Photo of the Day: Queensland Flooding Continues

Policy

Floodwaters spread across the runway of the airport at Rockhampton, in eastern Queensland, Australia.

Photo of the Day: Welcoming 2011

Lifestyle

Fireworks light up Sydney Harbour New Year's Eve January 1, 2010.

Photo of the Day: Tiger vs. Rabbit

Multimedia

Zoo owner Manny Tangco holds up a rabbit and a tiger cub while surrounded by local children at the Malabon Zoo in Manila, Philippines to illustrate the shift from the "Year of the Tiger" to the "Year of the Rabbit."

Photo of the Day: A Photo-Op for a Young Afghan

Policy

An Afghan child stands near US soldiers from Alpha Troop 1-75 Cavalry 2nd Brigade 101st Airborne Division leaving the Siah Choy village during a foot patrol in Zari district of Kandahar province on December 21, 2010.

Onions: Causing More Damage Than Just Watery Eyes

Indian traders check the quality of onions at the Agricultural Produce Market Committee (APMC) in Ahmedabad on December 21, 2010. India suspended exports of onions, a key food staple, after prices of the vegetable soared, adding to the government's inflation woes. (Sam Panthaky/AFP/Getty Images)
Lifestyle

A shortage of onions in India may cause more harm than just hunger.

The Power of Diplomacy: An Indonesian Perspective

In Houston on Dec. 17, Indonesian Ambassador Dr. Dino Patti Djalal addressed the primacy of dimplomacy and soft power in his nation's foreign and domestic policy. (ASTC)
Policy

Indonesia's Ambassador to the US addressed the evolution of his nation's partnership with the US and Indonesia's role as an emerging regional power.