As a Chinese-American, I was never American enough. As a resident in Hong Kong, I’m the living embodiment of the expat ideal.
The Chinese government is brutally suppressing mining protests in Tibet, but Tibetans tired of exploitation are not backing down.
As the demographics of Kowloon shift, are the region’s original inhabitants being squeezed out?
The Malaysian government’s crackdown on freedom of the press is having dire consequences. Can the world rise up in defense of civil freedoms, or will it stand idly by?
Kim Jung-un’s North Korea is a nation of human rights violations, poverty, lavish displays of wealth, and strange contradictions. The horrors endured by citizens deemed “disloyal” are nearly unbelievable, but the global community hasn’t acted. Why?
When Joko Widodo took office, people thought Indonesia’s hardline policy on drugs might change. That hasn’t happened yet — and it’s creating a social disaster.
India’s tech scene may be stereotyped in the West as a land of call centers, cheap labour, and shortcuts, but the ballooning industry of innovation and tech development is a far from from these stereotypes.
While Stephen Chow’s The Mermaid dominates the international scene, the film’s US distributor is completely ignoring it. Why? The mystery of the film that America forgot.
Graphic Journalism is emerging as one of the most compelling ways to talk about an urgent issue: migration.
Three films from the London Film Festival.