Vietnam's first ever gold medalist, Uzbekistan's seven-time Olympian gymnast, and many others are making history in Rio de Janeiro.
Reactions to controversies involving China at the Olympics highlight a powerful and enduring aspect of the country's national psychology.
Gymnastics, archery, swimming and volleyball are all well and fine. But these Asian sports would definitely give the world something to talk about.
“We’re still trying to break down images, whether they’re created by someone else or created by ourselves.” Four-time Olympic medalist Julie Chu reflects on being the first Asian American to play for the U.S. women’s hockey team.
From Thailand to Pakistan, 21 countries are sending athletes to compete in sports traditionally dominated by North America and Europe.
Feeling blue? Or red? Or green? The Beijing Water Cube can tell!
As the world bids 2012 adieu, we look back at some of the year's most memorable people and events from Asia.
Already feeling post-Olympics blues? No more finish times to discuss? Fear not! Here's a look back at some of the iconic, gravity-defying and emotional images from the London Olympics.
It's not just the 300 events in 26 sports over 16 days that made the Olympics exciting. It's also the scandals, specifically the Asian ones that kept viewers hooked on Olympics news.
At the 110-meter men's hurdles heats at the 2012 Olympics Games in London, Chinese favorite Liu Xiang — a one-time Olympic champion, world champion and world record holder — stumbled yet again, failing to get over even the first hurdle.