The popular magazines land in hot water after speculating on details of an expected cabinet shakeup.
A Vietnamese court rejects a priest’s appeal as three bloggers await trial on similar charges.
North Korean women face injury and even death from malpractice during the back-alley procedures.
But rights groups and unions fear a crackdown on peaceful protests.
Representatives from Cambodia’s two largest opposition parties meet for the first time inside Cambodia.
A young Tibetan dies more than a month after self-immolating to protest Chinese rule.
Isaac Mao, who wrote China's first blog a decade ago, speaks about the social philosophy that underpins his work.
Chinese officials are moving a coal-fired power plant back to its original site in Hainan, residents say.
The US State Department hits out at China for its policies on Tibetan Buddhists and Uyghur Muslims in an annual report on global religious freedom.
The businessman in China’s northwest says he is being forced out because of ties to a missing Uyghur.
Hong Kong residents remain concerned over plans to teach loyalty to China's Communist Party.
A Tibetan man challenges Chinese rule, urges unity among Tibetans.
Chinese netizens want their countrymen to stop buying products from a Japanese paper firm.
Her daughter’s upcoming trial led to the fiery protest in front of a Vietnamese government building.
Markets search in vain for accurate economic indicators.
A UN expert will visit Burma's volatile Rakhine state to investigate recent violence.
Groups call for electoral reform and more representation for ethnic minorities.
Chinese authorities require Uyghurs to declare loyalty to the State to qualify for government aid.
Rights activists say the wife of a former high-ranking Chinese official is unlikely to receive a fair trial.
A Chinese rights lawyer 's conviction for 'fraud' is thrown out, but she remains in prison on another charge.
A daughter speaks about the plight of her Taiwanese father detained in China.
A demolition crew beats up a Chinese land activist and his family, then tears down his makeshift dwelling.
Garbage is piling up too fast in Luang Prabang, Laos’s World Heritage Site town.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's wife's debut marks a break with the past.
Vietnamese authorities arrest five more officials from a mismanaged state agency.
North Korea calls for a system of checks after its team is identified with the South Korean flag.
Reports of bribery in Cambodian schools underscore the country's uphill battle against corruption.
Chinese petitioner wins a court hearing on accusations of abuse.
China files formal charges against the wife of Bo Xilai.
Lao officials stumble in their public relations drive to market the Xayaburi dam project.