Chinese dams on the upper Mekong river are blamed for causing water levels to decline in the downstream areas in Central Laos.
Much has changed under Chinese rule over the last two decades in Tibet.
Cambodians seeking the intervention of the visiting Chinese president to resolve a land dispute are turned away by authorities.
The democracy icon is fighting on in Burma's Sunday vote despite widespread problems with the polls.
Authorities inform Tibetans that they will be harshly punished for 'threatening social stability.'
Chinese authorities uphold tax evasion charges against artist Ai Weiwei that he says are a 'pretext' to punish him for his activism.
The woman from central China's Henan province had petitioned in Beijing over being evicted from her home.
The Tibetan monks are taken away by Chinese security forces who prevent fellow monks from converging at the self-immolation site.
An NGO slams the US decision to suspend food aid to North Korea.
Vietnam revokes the visas of a Catholic delegation.
The victims of a shooting incident want the lone suspect arrested and tried.
The Cambodian government rejects a human rights watchdog claim that it is dragging its feet on the 15-year-old case.
Chinese village managers are suspected of corruption linked to land sales.
Environmental activists take part in a five-day campaign targeting the illicit timber trade in Cambodia's Prey Lang forests.
A filmmaker describes her motivation to document the actions of a rebellious Chinese village.
Chinese authorities detain victims of land grabs in eastern China petitioning in Beijing.
Aung San Suu Kyi will likely win a seat in Burma’s upcoming by-election, but how fairly will it be conducted?
Burma's government says exile media groups can start applying to base operations in the country.
Villagers say the company is illegally logging central Cambodian forests.
A 20-year-old monk becomes the 31st Tibetan in China to self-immolate in protest against Beijing's rule.
A new film documents the efforts of southern Chinese villagers to rid their local government of corruption.
China's underground Christians are 'feeling the pressure.'
A prominent Chinese human rights lawyer is seen by his family for the first time in two years.
A rights group says the sentenced Uyghur was likely forced to confess.
A fatal attack by a hospital patient underscores a lack of trust in China’s doctors.
A Lao official says there are no Christians in his village.
Ahead of April 1 elections, the armed forces chief says the military's role in government is in "the interests of the nation."
Vietnamese authorities throw a Mennonite clergyman in jail and cancel visas of three Vatican officials.
Authorities are bringing associates of the former Chinese princeling in for questioning.
The influential nephew of Cambodia’s prime minister calls the report baseless.