Education systems, with the right policies and practices in place, can lead to both better skilled and more equitable societies in the East Asia and Pacific region, writes Victoria Kwakwa.
The influence of Korean culture around the world, in Asia especially, is massive. People sing and dance to Korean Pop songs, albeit not understanding what the lyrics mean.
The Tonle Sap Lake is not only one of the biggest bodies of inland water in Asia, it’s also home to more than 10,000 people who live on its waters.
PT Singam looks at the growth of Western Australia, Australia’s western gateway to Asia that has evolved from a backwater to an economic powerhouse.
Panic gripped trading floors across the world, with Asia and Europe plunging after record-breaking losses on Wall Street.
PM Hun Sen warns Rainsy not to come to Asia, and called his Cambodia National Rescue Movement a terrorist organisation.
A cosmic event not seen in 36 years – a rare “super blood blue moon” – may be glimpsed on Wednesday.
The National Police advises to combat fraud after a spike in fraudulent transfers.
Women land rights defenders in Asia are at greater risk of violence and harassment.
Europe needs Asia, and Asia needs Europe. Not only as trading partners, but as friends and allies in a world where the geo-political realities are changing fast.
Kima the cheetah lies unconscious on an operating table while blood samples are taken and a monitor beeps in the background, being treated for the ravages of old age.
Ageing Asia needs to put more women in the boardroom to maintain competitiveness.