“Who’s playing Jumanji?” netizens asked.
The coronavirus outbreak remains a universal problem across Asia, but some of the ways countries are dealing with it are very unique.
"It was depressing to be seen in a viral video like that and to uncover a side of me I never knew existed."
After early successes in the region, reopening efforts are leading to new spikes from India to Australia.
While bored at home with my dogs, I decided to give online events a chance.
The answer is yes...and no.
"God’s love is like a radio on maximum volume. No matter what we do, God can’t love us any more or any less. How can you exceed infinity?"
"I can never know exactly what they’re going through but what I can do is listen, and when I can, lend my voice for those who cannot raise their own."
The Philippine drug war has seen thousands of deaths at the hands of police. They leave behind countless women and children, whose collective trauma is far-reaching, and often overlooked.
Johnson & Johnson Pulled Whitening Creams off Shelves in Asia. But Can That Dent a Multi-Billion-Dollar Industry?
It remains to be seen whether one US-based company can make waves of change in the hyper-competitive market—not to mention in societies that have striven toward whiteness for centuries.
Can you believe it’s only June?
While entrenched gender roles have slowly broken down over decades, the ongoing global pandemic may be causing this progress to backslide.