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"It is better to do something good, I'm still alive and healthy," said Thai student Suraphat Kobkaew.
Hanoi has an obsolete fleet of 71 Soviet-era warplanes.
UN report finds that about 1 million Tibetan children are separated from families in ‘residential schools’
Strip said its mascot was inspired by the "beloved tourism icon" of Singapore.
Locals say they ran for their lives as around 130 troops descended on their homes.
A naval vessel intercepted a massive 3.2 tonnes haul found drifting in the Pacific Ocean.
When the history of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is written, it’s unclear how much there will be to say that is positive. After spending more than US$1 trillion to build a network of infrastructure projects across emerging-market countries designed to connect large
US research group says AI anchors are bolstering Beijing’s propaganda and badmouthing Washington.
It is the first time the government has rejected such a proposal, saying it posed an "unacceptable risk".
Imports and exports between the world's two biggest economies totalled more than $690bn last year.
The modern globalized economy has made it easier and far more lucrative to facilitate and enable international drug networks, and several governments, or elements within them, actively work with criminal groups to support the flow of drugs around the world. This has led to a
The U.S. president raps Beijing without mentioning the balloon incursion.
The United States, Canada and Britain are facing an ever-deepening opioid crisis that is destroying lives, families, and communities. The magnitude of the problem is staggering, and it continues to accelerate at a pace that may soon undermine social stability across much of the
Nguyen Xuan Phuc’s comments at a handover ceremony were aimed at scotching rumors of family corruption.
The actor and singer made the announcement in a handwritten letter posted on Instagram on Tuesday (Feb 7). He wrote: "I proposed and she said yes."
Taiwan has test-fired a missile reportedly capable of hitting mainland China and is developing drones to provide ISR (intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance) capabilities for targeting purposes. This week, the South China Morning Post (SCMP) reported that Taiwan’s
Every human life is priceless, and every human death is a source of great suffering. Unfortunately, not every loss is equal, since we have to distinguish between the manners of death, which can be divided into those caused by natural and unnatural factors. With this in mind, it
Cheating in exams is common in India, where students go to great lengths to land a government job.
She is the first Singapore-based chef to win this prestigious award from the Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants Academy, which recognises women who have made their mark in the gastronomy world.
Malaysia’s former foreign minister speaks to RFA about the crisis in Myanmar
As China offers new details of its moon-exploration program, American space officials worry that Beijing will turn a new moon race into a territorial and resource grab along the lines of what the Chinese military has been doing here on Earth – establishing bases on contested
When you read the words “Silicon Island” you may think of Taiwan – but in Japan the name refers to Kyushu. A TSMC-Sony joint venture is revitalizing the economy of Japan’s large southwestern island. Kyushu was already home to a large and diversified high-tech industry but it
Papuan separatists have told the BBC that Philip Mehrtens will be held as "leverage" in talks.
The suspected Chinese surveillance balloon was shot down over the Atlantic on Saturday.
Commentary: Spy balloon or not, history cautions against overreaction in latest tension to US-China relations
It should come as no surprise that powerful countries engage in surveillance, but history cautions against overreaction, says political observer Robert Kelly.
Ji Feng is ordered to delete comments critical of a police claim that high-schooler Hu Xinyu took his own life.
A former Hong Kong bookstore manager says the democratic island is well-placed to resist Beijing's growing power.
Workers in the normally cushy public sector are demanding salary increases
Just four countries account for half of the total population at risk of catastrophic flooding.