In a program broadcast on May 20, Aung San Suu Kyi criticizes the Burmese government’s recent “amnesty” of prisoners, discusses a breakaway opposition party’s use of NLD symbols, and says that addressing Burma’s problems with corruption will be a “difficult undertaking.”
Chinese government's move to pay off surviving family members is exposed.
Chinese officials accompany him as he is taken out of a detention center in Kazakhstan.
Students in China's Inner Mongolia remain defiant in the face of an increased clampdown on protests.
After a closed-door trial, Vietnam orders land rights campaigners and democracy activists imprisoned for up to eight years.
Water shortage adds to power woes as China hikes some electricity rates.
Tensions simmer as the region prepares for further ethnic protests.
Singapore's "watershed" election sends new signals for change across the region.
Chinese authorities react to demonstrations seeking protection of traditional grasslands.
A Uyghur is denied political asylum in Kazakhstan and faces extradition to China.
Chinese father of sickened child vows to continue fighting for justice after being detained.
Former aides to ousted premier call for political reform in China.
Thousands in northern China march to government buildings.
Three explosions targeting government buildings rock China's eastern city of Fuzhou.
North Korea has more cell phone users than ever before, but who is making the calls?
Ethnic Mongolian students march on Chinese government buildings demanding equal treatment.
Amid China's worst drought in decades, authorities acknowledge problems with a major river project.
An article accusing China’s former leader of mass murder sparks a public debate.
Burmese authorities throw protesting prisoners into special chambers where activists say they could be tortured.
China's government backs away from its promises to bereaved parents.
Chinese authorities tighten prison surveillance as they round up critics.
Chinese security forces maintain watch at a restive Tibetan monastery.
China's Baidu and Cisco of the U.S. are challenged in separate court cases.
Chinese authorities prepare to quash any efforts to remember the victims of the Tiananmen crackdown.
The government hopes an export ban will keep impacts of power shortages from spreading to diesel fuel.
Vietnamese cast mandatory ballots in the one-party state.
North Korean leader’s China visit comes amid a U.S. announcement of a food aid assessment trip to Pyongyang.
In China, 70 percent of foreign journalists say they have faced police harassment.
Chinese authorities may prohibit horse-racing festivities following a standoff at a Tibetan monastery.
U.S. diplomat meets with Burma’s opposition leader.