A Look at Asia’s Wondrous Treasury of Natural Resources in Asia
Japan’s space agency just dropped an explosive update confirming that its space probe, the Hayabusa2, has successfully fired an explosive device capable of blasting a crater on the asteroid Ryugu.
A candlelight vigil ceremony is held in Hong Kong every year in commemoration of Beijing’s casualties
How did pandas end up in this diplomatic tradition, also known as panda diplomacy?
More than 70 years after the Jeju Massacre, its victims were finally recognized
Rodrigo “The Punisher” Duterte is a known enemy of the US government, UNCHR, and Catholic Church yet he holds the highest trust rating among Filipino presidents.
Vietnam’s Ministry of Information and Communication (MIC) has asked various companies to stop advertising on YouTube, accusing proliferating “anti-state propaganda”
China’s treatment of Christians have rendered it the ‘new hotbed of persecution’
How is China truly treating its Muslim minorities?
China: How Does the Social Credit System Work?
The Supreme court has chosen to uphold its 2004 law that requires transgender people who want to change their genders to have their reproductive organs removed
When does Buddhism cease to be a religion of peace, and becomes a fuse for ethnic cleansing?
The solution to Hong Kong’s continuously-worsening housing problem is finally here and it comes with an eye-watering USD$79 billion dollars-worth piece of artificial land off the coast of Lantau.
A look into the United Nations, achievements and challenges in the Asia-Pacific
How rich is Kim Jong-Un? His wealth is believed to be in the billions, but his people are probably fighting for scraps at this very moment.