The pandemic might be the final nail in the coffin for Seoul’s scrappiest neighborhood: Itaewon.
More than 70 medical professionals have died from COVID-19 since the virus hit Indonesia.
North Sulawesi is ground zero for the dog meat trade. But Frank Delano Manus is trying to change that.
Provocateurs, mysterious "commanders," and clashes in the streets of Central Jakarta—the protests and ensuing riots left us with more questions than answers.
Because the only constant is change... and, I don't know, movies about nostalgia.
Message apps are the latest technology to fall under the control of Malaysia's controversial Communications and Multimedia Act.
The decision to charge Ahok under the controversial blasphemy law has wide-reaching implications in Indonesia.
When Rashidah was 12, a mob of hardline Buddhists set fire to her Rohingya village. The girl was subsequently sold into slavery and raped by human traffickers. Her only way out of that life was getting married to a man many years her senior.
On Thursday, Jakarta was rocked by an attack by Islamic State-related militants. On Friday, the capital of the world's largest Muslim nation told terrorists that it was not afraid.
The country's aggressive policing techniques — simply possessing clean needles can be enough to be thrown in jail — appear to be hampering efforts to prevent the spread of HIV among intravenous drug users.