Brunei's New Anti LGBTQ Law Introduces Stoning and Whipping
The law is set to take effect next week.
Will North Korea Drive Japan to Remilitarise?
Thanks to the legacy of American occupation, Japan hasn't had much in the way of a military since World War II. An election this past weekend might help change that.
Meet the Woman Serving Cobra Blood on the Streets of Jakarta
"No one else in my family wants to touch this business. I'm the bravest of them all."
It’s Socially Acceptable to Eat This Carrot Cake for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
There’s a plot twist: It’s not even made with carrots.
Natalie B. Compton
A Vietnamese Designer Is Updating Eco-Design with Ancient Knowledge
Up your trip’s artistic ante by learning the craft of eco-friendly garment design.
Checking Patriarchy and Dogma Through the Art of the GIF
A young Indian artist aims first to make you laugh and then make you think.
Indonesia Is Considering a Ban on Alcohol
The largely Muslim country is debating a law that would ban the production, sale, and distribution of drinks containing more than 1 percent alcohol.
A Vietnamese Art Collective Is Making Commercials for Communism
Blending film and sculpture, the Propeller Group comes to the US for their self-titled first solo show.
B. David Zarley
Wealth, Strict Rules, and LAN Shops: What It's Like to Grow Up in Singapore
Four photographers share images and stories about growing up in the city-state.
10 Southeast Asian Artists Haunt and Surprise at a New Exhibition
Reimagined flags, gods, and personal effects elucidate complex cultural histories in 'REV/ACTION.'
Inside Sittwe, the Point of No Return for Burma's Displaced Rohingya
Visiting one of the major launch points for the estimated 25,000 ethnic Muslims that fled the country in boats between January and March this year.
Why Won't Japanese Workers Go on Holiday?
A culture of overwork is worrying government officials, who are on the brink of forcing the country's workaholics to chill out before they die from overwork.