In a program on Dec. 10, Aung San Suu Kyi urges listeners to support proposed negotiations modeled on a 1947 pact between Burma’s central government and ethnic nationality groups.
Links between Burmese within the country and abroad are key to restoring democracy, says Aung San Suu Kyi in a program on Dec. 3.
A woman in Cambodia creates the first free legal aid firm for the poor.
Aung San Suu Kyi speaks on Nov. 26 about the need to bring about "real" unity in her country, saying it is not an easy task but still not impossible.
A young Uyghur mother draws from her own experiences to teach people about living with AIDS.
An ardent Cambodian writer strives to relay an independent view and calls on youth to do the same.
In this inaugural program in Burmese, opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi speaks about improving the economy, helping others and maintaining dialogue to move the country towards democracy.
How a fiercely independent Tibetan girl born more than a century ago became a leading Buddhist mystic—and lives on today.
A women's rights activist talks about her work in China.
A Vietnamese woman is trafficked to Europe.