Members of the Dai ethnic minority in China's Yunnan province are losing their traditional means of survival as dams affect the waters of the Mekong River.
Thousands of Hmong were forcibly removed from a refugee camp in Thailand and sent back to Laos where some may face persecution at the hands of the government.
Officially, the military regime fights drug production in Shan State, Burma, but our reporters meet with local residents who expose the army as a main participant in the manufacturing process.
In Ubon Tatchathani province, Thailand, construction of the Pak Mun dam was so disastrous for the local economy that it stalled all new dam projects across the country.
A poor rice farmer in Ubon Tatchathani province, Thailand, wins a 32-year battle over a dam that flooded her land. Grandma Hai tells all.
China stakes a claim in Chiang Rai province, Thailand, with its new casinos.
A fishing community in Chiang Khong, Thailand, talks about changes in the ecology of the river that make it difficult to continue the traditions of their trade. The Mekong catfish, a monster that can reach nine feet in length and over 650 lbs in weight, has been endangered since 2004. But is their scarcity due to overfishing, industrial development upstream, or climate change?
Changes to the flow of the Mekong River in the southern section of China's Yunnan province have forced many residents to seek new opportunities in urban centers.
In northeastern Burma’s Shan state, our Mekong team speaks with the Lahu minority people about being forced into difficult, often deadly service to the Burmese army.
Residents along the Mekong River in southern China must adapt their lives to the changes a network of massive dams has wrought on the waterway.
Experts say two-thirds of Himalayan glaciers could melt over the next 40 years. The Mekong team treks to the Mingyong Glacier in northern Yunnan, China, a 12-km sheet of ice.
Flowing for the first time through this regional capital in Yunnan province, China, the Lancang provides electricity to neighboring Thailand while an ethnic minority produces rubber.
As the Mekong changes its name and wends through the highlands of Yunnan province, the massive scale of China’s plans to dam the mighty river are readily apparent.