Vibrant red maple leaves blanket a gravel path in Kyoto, Japan on December 16, 2014. (Terao Kaionin/Flickr)
Small wooden plates with wishes written in ink hang from purple strings in Shibuya, Japan on November 14, 2014. (Shibuya246/Flickr)
Leaves in every shade of fall colors line trees along the water in Sendai, Japan on November 9, 2014. (Genie09/Flickr)
Red spider lilies line the edge of a rice field in Japan on September 23, 2014. (coniferconifer/Flickr)
A flaming moon lights up the sky in Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan on September 9, 2014. (halfrain/Flickr)
More than just a trendy Starbucks concoction, Japan's matcha tea is a versatile beverage with known health benefits. Connoisseur Eric Gower enlightens Asia Blog with some basics.
The Eurasia Group president shared his views on U.S. policy toward Asia, the geopolitical leadership vacuum, China’s business environment, and U.S.-China relations, among other subjects.
"The implications of a vacuum of global leadership are enormous," says Eurasia Group president Ian Bremmer. "It’s already playing out today." In-person appearance at Asia Society New York on June 24.
Alexis Dudden analyzes the influence of historical narratives and contemporary pressures on Japan-South Korea relations, ahead of a related event at Asia Society New York on June 19.
Professor Chung-in Moon comments on the state and future Japan-South Korea relations in advance of the Asia Society Policy Institute’s related event on June 19.
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