China

Japanese and Dutch officials in US to discuss chips

The two major chipmaking countries are considering a deal with the U.S. to limit tech exports to China.

Tibet

Massive fire razes 200-year-old monastery in Nepal

Sources say the blaze destroyed the central prayer hall and most of the prayer books.

Uyghur

Uyghur member of ‘propaganda vanguard’ confirmed detained in China’s Xinjiang

Authorities detained Hurshide Kerim after finding an ‘illegal’ book in her home.

Myanmar

Army beats 2 men and a boy to death in Sagaing region

Locals say soldiers tortured the ethnic Chin all night and dumped the bodies.

Pacific

Japan’s plan to discharge water from Fukushima nuclear plant faces Pacific opposition

A regional leader says a Pacific islands delegation will meet Japan’s prime minister to voice its concerns.

Ukrainians join the battle against Russia from their living rooms


In the third installment of the series, The Reporter and RFA spoke to residents of the Ukrainian capital Kyiv who are backing their country’s fight against Russian invaders in their own personal ways–cooking meals, countering Russian and Chinese disinformation, and teaching wellness on live-streamed videos.

Pacific

Japan’s plan to discharge water from Fukushima nuclear plant faces Pacific opposition

A regional leader says a Pacific islands delegation will meet Japan’s prime minister to voice its concerns.

“I can’t cook every day because we can’t afford it.”