Hong Kong student leaders blocked from traveling to Beijing
The three students were seeking direct talks with top Chinese leaders.
Wondering if you’re corrupt? In Indonesia there’s an app for that
One reason graft is so rampant is that people don’t know when a gift is a bribe. (Hint: Bars of gold? Not okay.)
Can traditional Chinese doctors really tell if you’re pregnant by touching your wrists?
A top Beijing surgeon challenges the multibillion-dollar industry to prove itself.
These charts show you who's using the most of our non-renewable energy resources
The United States is a top consumer for petroleum, natural gas and coal.
Vietnam offers foreign-invested enterprises special favors
Analysts have voiced concern over the generous incentives given to foreign invested enterprises in Vietnam.
K-pop fuels a hot new mainstream market: makeup for men
With face powder, eyeliner, and lipstick, you too can look like a male pop star.
A talk with Alan Bollard on FTAAP, New Silk Road
The APEC Secretariat head weighs in on the future trade landscape in the Asia-Pacific.
Myanmar’s generals are blocking Aung San Suu Kyi’s presidential bid
This week, on a trip to Myanmar, Obama is expected to let them know that’s just fine.
Why Beijing cracked down on Halloween
It turns out Zombie walks and political summits don’t mix.
Taiwan courts China, despite rifts and pressure
In an exclusive interview, President Ma Ying Jeou says Taiwan is watching whether Beijing honors its promises in Hong Kong.
Here’s why demonstrators are trolling the Dalai Lama’s US tour
They chant 'Dalai Lama stop lying.' Abroad, the controversy has led to bloodshed.
Women in Singapore are embracing pole dancing (PHOTOS)
This seductive and demanding art is not just for strippers anymore.
The Chinese president’s favorite blogger hates America
And he actually has no idea what’s going on in the United States.
Heroin use is so high in Myanmar that syringes now serve as currency
Shopkeepers dispense needles as small change. Addicts prefer them to dirty, worn bills.
Chinese tourists treat Tibetans 'like zoo animals' (PHOTOS)
That’s what Tibet Watch says. Here are the photos that prove it, they say.
Hong Kong gov't to open talks with democracy protesters next week
Friday saw a third night of violent clashes between police and protesters, with officers using batons and pepper spray on crowds in the Mongkok shopping district.
Rich Chinese are literally eating this exotic mammal into extinction
GlobalPost visits a border outpost where the world’s most trafficked mammal is on the menu.
Chinese court sentences 12 to death for Xinjiang attacks
Aside from the 12 death sentences, 15 others were given suspended death sentences, nine got life in jail and another 20 sentences ranging from four to 20 years.
10 incredibly inspiring things about the Hong Kong protests, in photos
Facing repression and adversity, the students demonstrated restraint, hope and creativity.
Will Hong Kong's protesters clear the streets?
The deadline is fast approaching.
Why Hong Kong police are 'celebrating' the attacks on protesters
Hatred runs both ways on the streets of Mong Kok, following an attack last night on protesters in the commercial district.
Here's what the violence in Hong Kong looked like Friday night
A standoff between students protesting for democracy and their opponents turned ugly.
No one wants to host the Olympics anymore
Nations are dropping out of the running for the 2022 Olympics all over the place. Can't blame 'em.
Meet the enemies of Occupy Hong Kong
Violence erupted on Friday against Umbrella Revolution encampments. Here's who attacked and why.
Advice for the #UmbrellaRevolution, from Tiananmen protest veterans
Lesson #4: The riot police pullback is actually a dangerous sign.
What Beijing really fears: Hong Kong protests spreading across the country
After days of silence, Chinese media lash out at protesters. Mainlanders, in Hong Kong for the holidays, are shocked.
Hong Kong's #UmbrellaRevolution: A day in photos
On the eve of China's National Day, the protests gained momentum.
Hong Kong democracy protesters and officials mark uneasy National Day
The protests represent one of the biggest political challenges for Beijing since it violently crushed pro-democracy protests in Tiananmen Square in 1989.
Why Obama should keep quiet about the Hong Kong protests
Already, China is exploiting the US stance for propaganda.
Hong Kong protesters greet threats with cheer
On Tuesday night, neither lightning nor an ominous ultimatum could kill the students’ mood.
Hong Kong police barricade streets, block in protesters
The move raised fears that the police were preparing an extensive crackdown before Hong Kong opens for business on Monday.