Some of this was written years ago. Some of it was written more than eight years ago, actually. So much has changed, like my address. I no longer own a bike shop or an inn or a home. My address has changed. Some of my intimate friends have changed...
Landmines still plague Cambodia Srok Khmer. Many people die each year as a result of the remaining mines planted by the Khmer Rouge Regime in the late 1970's. This is the story of a man who was forced to plant them as a boy-or face death-and who removes them from memory, one at a time...
This article discusses different forms of deviance in Japan that are common knowledge to fans of the culture, especially the pop culture.
With South Korea gaining global attention in recent years, thanks to it's thriving entertainment industry. some have wondered what has happened to it's northern half, North Korea. Known as one of the world's most dangerous and secretive countries to date.
“Marrying a woman is like buying a horse: I can ride you and beat you whenever I like,” -- Xu Rong, head of the Beijing’s Suicide Prevention Project
This article explains the ongoing freedom struggle in the West Papua region and its implications for the rest of the world.
Michelle Obama, visiting China recently, joined the chorus of international voices calling for China to lift its oppressive restrictions on free speech and the internet.
Since the beginning of the transitioning process in 1980s, China has become a world power. This hub explores the transition process in China, its main characteristics,accomplishments and consequences.
The Kaliwa Dam and its construction can safely be labeled as one of the administration's most controversial project under the Build Build Build Program. It's existence can be called a treason or betrayal of the Duterte administration against the country and the Filipino people.
Is this the F-22 of the east, or another flopping fish?