Artificial-intelligence judges, cyber-courts, and verdicts delivered on chat apps — welcome to China’s brave new world of justice spotlighted by authorities this week.
“Korean Friends” is sharp, funny, and unapologetic – three things that you genuinely need to put into art when introducing your culture to the world.
A New Delhi slum has been given a colourful makeover thanks to a street artist collective, drawing art lovers and selfie-snappers to a rundown area that they would never normally visit.
A Japanese pensioner has been arrested after ringing a phone company 24,000 times to complain they had violated his contract, police and local media reported.
Taiwanese athletes Vincent Kuo and Ivy Huang each discovered an electric talent for wheelchair dancing on their own, but it was when they were paired up together that the sparks really flew.
Indonesia’s notorious traffic gridlock has been known to send commuters into a spin, but one man has decided to rise above the daily grind – by building his very own helicopter.
Japanese chicken yakitori kebabs, one of the country’s most-loved fast foods, will soon be making an appearance in orbit after Japan’s space agency cleared them for astronaut meals.
Interview: At twenty-one years old, Ahtisa Manalo is one of the Philippines’ youngest and most influential beauty queens. The multi-hyphenated beauty shares her love for beaches, her cats, and most importantly, clocking in extra sleep.
The boys are at it again, this time combating prevalent social issues and making a difference in society through their hearts (and bodies)
Officials in one Indonesian city have hatched a plan to wean children off smartphones — by giving them their own fluffy chicks to raise.
Bei Bei was born in Washington and took his first steps in the US capital, but at age four, it’s time to head “home” — to China.
A McDonald’s burger allegedly bought in 1995 and kept in an Australian shed for years has never decomposed, according to two men who now refer to the quarter-century Quarter Pounder as their “mate”.
Global conglomerate LVMH launched a blockchain that will help track its luxury goods internationally, But how effective is using crypto to protect itself from pirates?
Bean paste comes in many shapes and forms but one thing is constant: the ingredient is a special and meaningful component of different East Asian cultures
A Singapore restaurant Thursday suspended a bizarre promotional stunt where customers use an arcade-style machine with a mechanical claw to catch live crabs after it sparked uproar online.