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Conservationists place the blame for the spike in rhino poaching squarely at the feet of Vietnamese gangsters.
Art has surpassed real estate and gambling in Macau as the method of choice for dodgy businessmen to hide their ill-gotten gains.
Former US attorney Ramsey Clark says Taiwan's government will be to blame if former President Chen Shui-bian dies in prison.
The politically gripping Gu Kailai trial raised more questions than it answered about former Communist Party heavyweight Bo Xilai.
Taiwan's highly educated workforce has been moving to China for more lucrative employment and business endeavors, but the result is a brain drain in Taiwan.
Taiwan, which has one of the world’s lowest birth rates, has been experiencing a baby boom in the Year of the Dragon.
Collateral damage of China's building spree, from collapsing bridges to construction site mudslides.
China has offered billions in loans to Taiwanese firms, but what exactly is China after?
Isolated from much of the world, Taiwan is forced to make friends in the wrong the places.
While spending on science and tech is plateauing in the US, China pumps billions into R&D. Should the US fear being eclipsed?
Mainstream media pundits have characterized the state campaign as harsh and unjust, but here's something most of them aren't talking about.
In Taiwan, gangsters don't just bribe the politicians. They become them.
Labor activists say authorities turn a blind eye to abuses of foreign workers’ rights.
Some Chinese dissidents who were exiled after Tiananmen protests in 1989 say they want to come home but can't.
Vietnam joins the protest against Olympic sponsor Dow Chemical, accused of "green-washing" its Agent Orange sins.
Fresh talk about a three-way pact between Northeast Asian powerhouses has Taipei worried it will lose out to Seoul.
Two grisly murder-suicides highlight the dark side of Taiwan’s economic miracle: the gaping rich-poor divide.
Since turning pro in 2008, the Taiwanese 23-year-old has won more majors than Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods and Vijay Singh combined. But guess how much she gets paid.
People shouldn't rejoice too soon about the wage hike for Foxconn employees, say electronic industry insiders.
China’s forays into Taiwanese media mirrors an aggressive global expansion of what it calls "soft power."