Worldwide Locations

Worldwide Locations

East Asia

All cities to some degree grow spontaneously through the random decisions of many individuals. (Deb Agrin)
Urban Life: Cities on the Rise
Why are people drawn to cities? more
The A-Dome in Hiroshima, Japan. (Asia Society)
Japan: Voices from the A-Bomb Blast
How are current political tensions in Asia changing Japan’s stance on war? more
North Korean stamp: Let's continuously study and perfect the battle strategy that's right for our country's situation. (PictureLake/iStockPhoto)
North Korea: This Is Not Just About a Test
North and South Korea share sixty years of hostility, warfare, and bloodshed. However, despite that relatively recent history, the people on the Korean peninsula share over a thousand years of a common culture, language, and family ties. more
A street scene in Japan. (Samxmeg/iStockPhoto)
Promoting Women’s Interests in Corporate Japan
Mitsuru Claire Chino talks about her law career and her work promoting women’s interests in corporate Japan. more
Child laborers in India
Child Workers in Asia
The CWA now brings together over 50 groups working on child labor in 14 countries. more
Samm in Kashgar in western China. (Benjamin Collier)
Exploring China through the Experiences of Migrant Workers
Samm Tyroler-Cooper talks about her experiences as a Fulbright scholar studying migrant workers in China. more
Adina (right) conducting a micro-credit evaluation in a Yunnan village. (Adina Matisoff)
Uncovering China through Rural Life
Adina Matisoff talks about her work as a freelance researcher and writer working in rural China. more
Joshua (left) playing jianzi, a Chinese game similar to hacky sack, in a Beijing park. (Joshua Halpern)
Unmasking China through Theater
Joshua Halpern discusses his work increasing dialogue through theater and exchange programs in China. more
A photo Brantley took on her first day at Tiananmen Square in 1994. (Brantley Turner Bradley)
Discovering China through Youth
Brantley Turner Bradley talks about her work as Founder and Managing Director of China Prep, an educational travel business. more
Village, Kaghan, Pakistan. (Umair Mohsin/Flickr)
"Things on the Ground" and Coalition-Building
Housing activist Somsook Boonyabancha on the value of learning from the bottom up. more