Filipino boy wins prestigious $130,000 Children's Peace Prize
"Kesz" Valdez started charity supporting Filipino street-children like he once was, earning him the Children's Peace Prize
In Asia, anger over 'freedom of speech' defense for anti-Muslim filmmaker
Protesters dismayed by America’s refusal to capture and punish director.
Speak English or else rule nets Filipino nurses nearly $1 million in suit
Filipino nurses in California hospital punished for speaking native tongue at work
America the Gutted: the global garment industry's fleeting hub
The new victims of US outsourcing? Asians who once took Americans’ jobs.
Want to dominate the call service game? It's all in the accent.
Americanization gives Filipino call center agents the edge
Surf, sun and simmering tension in the Chinese-claimed Sansha Islands
Government pushes cruise-ship tourism in disputed territory
America the Gutted: Where the jobs have gone (VIDEO)
A video snippet from a 10-month GlobalPost investigation into the decline of America's middle class.
How to calm China’s ambitions in the China seas
Commentary: US must abandon its passive policy and encourage negotiations.
Did Japan just 'buy' the Senkakus?
China is predictably upset, but Japan may have averted an even bigger diplomatic falling-out.
Philippines: 7.6-magnitude earthquake strikes off coast
A strong earthquake hit off the coast of the Philippines, prompting a small tsunami.
South China Sea conflict generates uncertainty and insecurity
Commentary: Claims by China and Taiwan have no basis in international accords.
Cheap, subsidized breast milk in the Philippines
Got breast milk? Donate it for a maternity bill discount
Jesse Robredo, Philippines interior minister, missing after plane crash
Jesse Robredo is missing after the small plane he was travelling in crashed into the sea.
What should the US do in the South China Sea?
Commentary: The US could lose credibility over a dispute among China, Vietnam, the Philippines, Brunei and Taiwan in the South China Sea.
Why the Philippines' deadly typhoon has two names
Manila's meteorological name game
Meet the waterproof Filipinos
Knee-deep in floodwater, Filipinos find a way share hope and humor via Instagram.
In submerged Manila, Filipinos form digital rescue squads
Hungry families in flood-hit Philippines trapped in their homes.
The Philippines crowd-sources rescue operations
Twitter users swap emergency numbers and rescue information, while documenting the disaster all around them.
Philippines floods kill over 50 people, displace 270,000 (VIDEO)
A third of Manila, the Philippines capital, is underwater.
China tells Washington to 'shut up'
Nothing lost in translation there.
Typhoon Saola kills 44 in Philippines, Taiwan (PHOTOS)
The typhoon also made landfall in China Friday, killing two people.
Philippines: hackers infiltrate phone system for six-cents discount
System infiltrated to cheapen long-distance calls to South Korea
Accelerate: Electrifying an ancient Jeep
Turning a World War II-era vehicle into clean public transit.
The Earth Project: Mongolia's Wind Revolution
The country's first windfarm is set to open this summer.
Southeast Asia's intriguing Olympians
A pregnant shooter, a disqualified cat impressionist, a 4'11" female weightlifter
Why all the fuss in the South China Sea?
It all comes down to money and power, says Andrew Billo, senior program officer with the Asia Society.
Gloria Macapagal Arroyo freed from jail
Former Philippines President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo was released on bail Wednesday after a judge found election rigging charges against her weak.
Southeast Asia: Food crisis feed
The region of Southeast Asia remains safe from droughts and crop shortages affecting other parts of the globe. What insulates them from the agricultural struggle? Rice.
Report: South China Sea disputes are intensifying
Vietnam and the Philippines challenge China in a regional standoff over the high-stakes littoral zone.
Drip by drip, China dominates its oceanic backyard
Favoring cruise ships and hastily erected cities over all-out war
Dennis Rodman meets father for first time in 42 years
Dennis Rodman met his father this week for the first time in 42 years, after an exhibition basketball game in Manila.