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Renowned Japanese architect Tadao Ando’s chidren’s library in Osaka is a wood-filled wonderland that encourages exploration as much as reading. #architecture  #大阪

Myanmar's Tatmadaw is "the only army on planet Earth which for seven decades had never stopped fighting. That does something to men's heads," says a Bangkok-based defense analyst Anthony Davis.

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THAI ELEPHANT EXODUS | With no foreign tourists, elephants are returning to their homes. The animals are happier, says one trainer. "You can see it by looking at their eyes and their expressions."

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Hong Kong students learn new lesson: respect China's laws

The global chip crunch that began late last year shows no signs of letting up.

MYANMAR COUP | INVESTOR SCRUTINY Posco and Kirin are among the multinationals severing ties with businesses controlled by Myanmar's military.

WAGYU EXPORTS | GROWING U.S. APPETITE With the pandemic shuttering restaurants, wagyu has attracted American consumers looking to enjoy tasty meals at home.


Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit, the 42-year-old billionaire and former Thai opposition leader, is the most recent target of the kingdom's draconian lese-majeste law.

MOST READ OF THE WEEK | THE NAGORNO-KARABAKH EXCLUSIVE In an exclusive interview with Nikkei from Baku, the Azerbaijan president talks war, peace and pipelines.

BREAKING | THAILAND EMERGENCY - The government has ordered a ban on gatherings of five or more in Bangkok - Authorities can ban people from entering any area they designate - Media gag also in place More in our Blog: #WhatIsHappeningInThailand 

Myanmar's ethnic groups are putting aside long-running tensions to unite behind the democratic government. "I have never seen Myanmar people in such strong unity."