Muay Thai’s legacy goes beyond the octagon - and straight into the heart of impoverished families risking their lives in this dangerous combat sport
Struggling Youth in Hong Kong: Depression and Suicide at an All-Time High, Morale is shot as the youth face depressive tendencies
China: How Does the Social Credit System Work?
Plastic waste has become a common sight in Asia. But why should you care?
Are manners now dying in China, where economic competition and social statuses remain top priorities?
Smack-dab in the middle of danger, what exactly goes on in this drug track?
Considered as the most feared crime syndicates from Japan, a closer look at the yakuza – how they came to be and where are they now.
To understand how and why racism exists in Asia, we have to go back to the political and economic roots of racism, as well as the historical events that have shaped the ideology of racism.
When is suicide not just taking of one’s life, but something much more insidious?
What is happening to Japan’s young men? And, why do they choose to stay in isolation?
Journalists in the Philippines continue to battle for their lives – and their right to defend the nation’s democracy.
Ideas live on and oftentimes, it will outlive the very people or group that created them.
International brands suffer from huge losses yearly to both organized crime and Chinese manufacturers who don’t give two cents if they’re infringing on intellectual property rights.
Is China harvesting organs from live prisoners?
Japan is on the brink of a national calamity with its declining birth rates that will affect a third of its population by 2060.
Muay Thai’s legacy goes beyond the octagon – and straight into the heart of impoverished families risking their lives in this dangerous combat sport
In the later parts of 2018, a rap collective from Thailand called Rap Against Dictatorship (RAD) rose into stratospheric fame when they released their single “Prathet Ku Mee” (translated as “What My F**king Country’s Got).
Thailand’s ‘legitimate’ flesh trade has paved the way for child prostitution to severely affect the most vulnerable of populations in the country.
With an average of 20 cosmetic procedures/1000 Koreans, has South Korea’s ultra-competitiveness and lookism reached fever pitch?
Take a look at why millions of Asian women want lighter skin
The illegal animal trade fetches a hefty $20 billion per year – is there enough time for us in the race to save our endangered wildlife?