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Ian Lee, Regional President Asia Pacific at The Adecco Group, and sociologist Nilanjan Raghunath, assistant professor at Singapore University of Technology and Design and author of Shapi, about changing work ethics in Asia.
British star chef Fuchsia Dunlop talks in her interactive, culinary discussion with Aurelia Rauch about her time in Chengdu, misconceptions about Chinese food and cooking as a way to delve into a culture and celebrate cultural heritage.
25 years after Hong Kong was handed back to China, the city has increasingly become 'just another Chinese city', with crackdowns and censorship. This Explainer gives an overview of where Hong Kong is at and how it got there.
The struggle of the LGBTQ+ community for equal rights throughout Asia is one of encouraging wins, exhausting stagnation, and outright setbacks. This Explainer gives you an overview of some recent developments.
Kevin Rudd, President of Asia Society and former Prime Minister of Australia, says Xi Jinping has changed China, and with that the world. It is vital to understand his worldview, to be able to respond to it, Rudd said on a visit to Zurich.
In this Oxford Debate we are debating whether India's status as a democracy is inevitably dwindling into nonexistence or whether this threat is overblown and the rankings merely reflect a temporary phase.