China has condemned US President Barack Obama’s meeting with the Dalai Lama, accusing the latter of trying to split the region from the rest of China.
Police prepare to arrest the abbot of a Buddhist temple near Bangkok, the latest twist in a series of scandals that has shaken Thailand’s dominant faith.
A tragedy half a world away has created a small opening for a repressed community in Singapore, galvanizing the Southeast Asian city-state’s LGBT people.
Enraged by the beheading of a Canadian hostage by Abu Sayyaf extremists, Philippine troops have pressed an offensive in the south against the insurgency.
Home-grown company has become Indonesia’s most visible technology success with an app that relieves some of the pain of its maddening traffic.
An airline in Thailand has apologized after friends of a pilot joked in a group chat about crashing a plane with a former prime minister on board.
Authorities in Bangladesh arrest at least 85 militants in a crackdown on Islamists after a wave of brutal attacks on minorities and liberal activists.
Philippines President Benigno Aquino urges Filipinos to defend their freedom and remain vigilant, saying that the horrors of martial law could happen again.
A US-led push for India to join a group of countries controlling access to sensitive nuclear technology has made some headway, but China remained defiant.
A Thai temple denies its abbot was involved in illegal tiger trafficking after scores of big cats were removed from the tourist attraction last week.
Two speedboats packed with more than 60 tourists crashed off the coast of southern Thailand, leaving at least two dead and more than 20 injured.
Sri Lanka has acknowledged for the first time that some 65,000 people went missing during its war with Tamil Tiger rebels and a separate Marxist insurrection.
US President Barack Obama should press the visiting prime minister of India to strengthen his country’s anti-trafficking laws, human rights campaigners say.
Thailand has become the first Asian country to eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV and syphilis, says the World Health Organization.
A prominent economist’s campaign to document China’s turbulent past and hold the ruling Communist Party accountable continues to win him enemies.