Stories about East Asia
"We hope to provide easy access for all Indonesian children to continue to develop their potential during difficult times like today."
"It is shocking that they violated Twitter's terms by acquiring an account of a person that had no shame with their racism, misogyny, anti-baldness."
The sport is now recognized by the World Martial Arts Association and will be included in the 2023 Southeast Asia Games,
Donald Trump seems to have found supporters amid Japan's religious cults.
"It’s time for us to rise up for a better future not just for ourselves, but also for the generations to come.”
"You can fry a fish while sitting on the bed."
A number of pro-democracy organizations and media outlets also received court orders directing them to hand in documents related to police investigations.
Singapore livestreams Parliament session for the first time but prohibits use for ‘satire, ridicule, or denigration’
"Reminder that this development was made possible because activists, opposition politicians, and the great mass of dissenting Singaporeans had pressured the government to do so."
Ip Kin-yuen, who is the vice-president of the Hong Kong Professional Teachers’ Union, told HKFP that while the situation is very grim, he is still hopeful that 2021 could bring...
The new Bauhinia Party was established by a group of businessmen with mainland Chinese backgrounds.
The videos discuss the role of young internet users in combatting disinformation about the coronavirus pandemic.
The government has discouraged family reunions, church gatherings and even prohibited the holding of Christmas parties.
For our world and the faiths we have, hasn't this Christmas been like all others—painful, often sordid, sometimes deadly?
"This is what happens when we have leaders who consent and encourage such behavior from policemen."
A Chinese online TV outlet had to pixelate its variety show's Christmas setting as the political campaign to boycott foreign festivals gained momentum.
The year 2020 began with the outbreak of COVID-19 in Wuhan. Throughout the year, COVID-19 was the most discussed topic on the Chinese social media.
Hong Kong’s pro-Beijing camp is revolting against Chief Executive Carrie Lam, using the city’s failure to contain the COVID-19 outbreak as the pretext.