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Drawn to Hong Kong for different reasons, they call it home

Why does a South Korean fringe group agree with Japan on WWII ‘comfort women’?

Give foreign domestic workers the consumption voucher. They deserve it

‘I insisted and I made it’: man with no arms lives richer life than most

Sunken US navy destroyer found in Philippines named world’s deepest shipwreck


Bust a move – with your school principal. ?

Many people peddle souvenirs to tourists for a living. Not many can do it in 12 languages.

A man in China left 500 face masks at a police station - then jogged off before officers could thank him

After Thai police arrested 21 protesters, remaining demonstrators chanted at the king’s passing motorcade: “Release our friends!”

After being reduced to tears by a driver, this toll booth worker was determined to continue with a smile on her face.

An art student did an experiment for her graduation project: attempting to live 21 days for free in Beijing. Her project sparked discussion about class, privilege, and inequality.

Everyone needs a shoulder to cry on sometimes. ?

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam has announced that her government will formally withdraw the controversial extradition bill.

Indonesian woman’s death after abortion fuels calls for justice, police reform

Thai junta helped Malaysia cover up 1MDB scandal, newly banned opposition party claims