In a lavish, exceptionally colorful ceremony, Bhutan's King, an Elvis fan and Oxford graduate, married his fiancée, Jetsun Pema.
Actress, activist and writer Yangzom Brauen reveals why her book on Tibet is different from all the rest, what she and the Dalai Lama agree on, and what's killing Tibetan culture.
Friends and colleagues take to Twitter in a campaign to find a bone marrow match for Amit Gupta.
Maggie Lemere and Zoe West, editors of 'Nowhere To Be Home: Narratives from Survivors of Burma's Military Regime,' discuss their book and the current situation in Burma.
People all across South and East Asia paid tribute to Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who died Wednesday at the age of 56.
The average American cannot find Afghanistan on a map, despite a painful decade of war there.
A new biography on Deng Xiaoping promises to be the most exhaustive yet published. But does it tell the whole story?
A Beijing-based videographer and photographer, Gallagher produced a series of documentary videos for Asia Society's ongoing China Green project. "I actually think the scale of the problem is worse than I initially realized," he said.
Despite a litany of complaints on each side, collaboration is more critical than ever.
The great Urdu poet's life and career is commemorated before a sellout crowd at Asia Society New York.