What will China look like a century after Mao’s victory in 1949?
Pigs’ centrality to life in China is reflected in the Mandarin character for home which depicts a pig under a roof.
U.S. and Western criticisms of Chinese reeducation policies in Xinjiang are off the mark – and represent a double standard.
Religion is proving an increasingly divisive factor in the politics of Asian nations.
Pollution and a faltering economy are what keep China’s leaders awake at night.
Aside from the effects on health and on people’s well-being, depression in Japan exacts a heavy economic toll on individuals, families and on society as a whole.
The Indian general election is the world’s biggest democratic exercise — and the numbers are staggering.
Being neither a Modi fan nor a Modi hater is a position many Indians find themselves in.
The Silk Road’s historical importance has been vastly exaggerated. It was the sea that was the most important link between east and west.