An Australian television personality has thrown his hat in the ring to help capture a giant Indonesian crocodile and remove a motorcycle tire stuck around its neck.
Legendary music festival Coachella recently released its 2020 lineup – its most diverse ever. Take a look at all Asian artists that will take the Coachella stage by storm.
The Trailer for the much-anticipated Ghost in The Shell by Mamoru Oshii, the acclaimed director behind Mobile Police Patlabor has just been released
With Ablo, nothing can stop you from traveling the world and meeting people of different cultures in the comfort of your home
With chronic face mask shortages in the midst of a virus outbreak, Hong Kongers have started making their own — with a pop-up production line and seamstresses churning them out on sewing machines.
One of the most distinct parts of Japanese Culture are Onsens or hot spring baths. If you’re visiting Japan, you should make time to try this tourist and cultural attraction.
China’s expulsion of three Wall Street Journal reporters this week over a headline that displeased Beijing highlights the precarious status of foreign journalists working in the country.
Abandoned by her sons, shunned by her neighbors and branded a witch.
K-pop superstars BTS released their new album “Map of the Soul: 7” Friday, breaking records even before it came out as the country’s most pre-ordered album ever and its lead single making its debut on video app TikTok.
As China faces increasing isolation, with some countries closing off borders over coronavirus fears, an unlikely friend has emerged — historical arch-foe Japan.
As the world confronts the spread of a deadly new virus, interest in disease-themed movies, games and TV series has exploded, with worried viewers turning to documentaries and disaster flicks for answers and ways to cope.
Have you ever dreamt of staying somewhere far away where no problems can bother you? Fortunately, you can make this dream come to life by planting your flag on a scenic private island in the Maldives.
Nearly 80 years after the US authorized the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II, California plans to formally apologize this week for its role in one of the darkest chapters in US history.
Under gleamingly bright studio lights, Lee So-jeong reads straight from a teleprompter, rehearsing her lines ahead of the primetime newscast for South Korea’s national public broadcaster, KBS.
Former Australian prime minister Tony Abbott has claimed “very top” level Malaysian officials believed vanished Flight MH370 was deliberately downed by the captain in a mass murder-suicide.