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Interview: Photographer Palani Mohan Captures Hong Kong on iPhone [Photos]

Multimedia "Walking the city with only a mobile phone makes you invisible as a photographer, enabling you to get close to your subject," he said.

Photos: John Lennon Made From Thousands of Paper Cranes in Japan

A John Lennon mural made from more than 10,000 origami cranes at the train station in Kagoshima, Japan. (Michael McAteer)
Multimedia An 8th grade class in Kagoshima, Japan created a John Lennon mural using 10,656 origami "peace cranes."

Interview: Sunada Mami on Filming Her Father's Final Days [Images/Video]

Sunada Tomoaki in a still from his daughter's documentary film about his death. (Bitters End, Inc.)
Arts

Sunada’s directorial debut Death of a Japanese Salesman (2011) opens Asia Society New York’s new film series Extreme Private Ethos: Japanese Documentaries on March 10.

Interview: Sai Abishek Captures Daily Life in Nepal [Photos]

Multimedia

Travel photographer and self-styled "outsider" Sai Abishek captures daily life in Nepal, in both its rural and urban manifestations.

Desai: On March 8, Remember Women's Rights Are Human Rights

Policy

Asia Society President Vishakha N. Desai and a panel of experts offer thoughts to mark International Women's Day in 2012.

Video: Veteran Official Robert D. Hormats Offers Long View of U.S.-China Relations

Policy

Veteran U.S. official Robert D. Hormats reflects back on a time when, for most Americans, a trip to China was like "going to the moon."

Interview: Sean Leow on Where to Find Creativity in China [Images]

Multimedia

Co-founder of Shanghai-based creative collective NeochaEDGE, Leow speaks to Asia Blog in advance of his March 9 multimedia presentation on China's creative scene at Asia Society New York.

Photo of the Day: Sunrise in Fiji

Multimedia

A dreamy sunrise in Fiji on February 23, 2012. (Kyle Post /Flickr)

Photo of the Day: Crane Dance in Singapore

Multimedia

A crane dance performance in the form of two birds took place in the Resorts World Sentosa, Singpore on March 3, 2012. (Choo Yut Shing /Flickr)

The Key to Myanmar's Development Could Be Its Diaspora

Myanmar academic Aung Naing Oo (C), who fled a brutal crackdown on student protests over two decades ago, is greeted by relatives upon his return to his homeland at Yangon International Airport on February 10, 2012. (Soe Than Win/AFP/Getty Images)
Policy

While the media focuses on the role of global development institutions, a number of experts are urging Myanmar’s government to reach out to its nationals abroad, writes Andrew Billo.