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Abir Karmakar Self-portrait (as COVID positive), 2021 Original Medium: Graphite, erasure, and fixative on paper
On Hate, and Healing
The Fall of the Afghan government was a significant event in 2021.
Commuters wearing protective face covering walk through a busy subway station in Hong Kong.
Abir Karmakar Self-portrait (as COVID positive), 2021 Original Medium: Graphite, erasure, and fixative on paper
Six renowned Indian artists try to make sense of the COVID-19 pandemic — through art.
Wong Kim Ark
Whether as an actress or astronaut, these figures made a mark on U.S. history — even if many history books don’t show it.
On Hate, and Healing
Asian Americans reflect on their personal experiences with racism, and offer a path forward for the United States.
Bernice Bing - A Lady and a Road Map
Experts from Asia Society Museum, the Museum of Chinese in America, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center recommend the AAPI artists who inspire them.
The Fall of the Afghan government was a significant event in 2021.
From Afghanistan to Zhengzhou, these are the stories that defined 2021 across the continent.
Commuters wearing protective face covering walk through a busy subway station in Hong Kong.
How will COVID-19 change the world?
Iranians protest the death of Qassem Soleimani
Seven important stories across Asia that had nothing to do with COVID-19
3D rendering of theCOVID-19 virus.
Three survivors discuss their experience and recovery from the virus.
Asia 2040
Predictions for the not-so-distant future.
Malala Yousafzai
Meet the game-changing young women from war-torn nations who are making a mark.
Shiva Ahmadi Animation
“All these leaders who were promising hope and were supposed to save and protect people’s lives; they turned into tyrants and started turning on their own people.”
The Lives Forged by the 'Forever War' (Illustration by Shreya Gupta)
In Afghanistan, an entire generation has been shaped by war. With the U.S. planning to depart, Afghans from a wide range of ages and professions reflect on how their county has changed since the October 2001 invasion.