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Unlike the Arab Spring, protests in India and China have focused on government reform rather than takeover.
The U.S. VP left quite a legacy in China.
Score one for China in the perennial China v. Taiwan name game.
China has sentenced a Tibetan monk to 11 years in jail for hiding his fellow monk who had self-immolated.
In the Hermit Kingdom, even mathematics textbooks aren't free of politicized content.
The answer is very.
Find out what that means and more at Samosapedia, a website that decodes South Asian lingo.
The U.S. just announced that it will be sending $900,000 in emergency aid.
U.S. military circles are buzzing with concern over China's focus on new military technology.
The celebrity heiress was showered with gifts last night at Manny Pacquiao's house.
The former leader of the Soviet Union said he thinks reform there is inevitable.
Here's why some consider the crusaders a little less than holy.
The first systematic survey of defectors lends credence to the wild claims about North Korea.
Phone lines are reportedly cut off and the army is said to have surrounded the monastery.
Are riots becoming more common?
Echoes of when Japan snagged a majority ownership of Rockefeller Center.
New evidence suggests Pyongyang will soon have an app for that.
The Chinese dissident takes to Twitter ... just like back in the good old days.
Animal advocates say the proposed killing of 30,000 dogs in Jiangmen won't solve anything in the long run.
By being able to see the area virtually at peace, the logic goes, it may be easier to muster the will to make it a reality.