Arts & Culture
Taipei and the Tactics of Everyday Life
Creative resistance allows residents to make their cities work for them in surprising ways.
The Movies of Japanese Director and Palme d'Or Winner Hirokazu Kore'eda
Kore'eda himself feels akin to Ken Loach, the British social realist film director.
From Nazis to Noodles: How Shanghai Welcomed WWII's Jewish Refugees
Shanghai's Hongkou was one of the few places in the world to throw open its doors to Jews fleeing persecution in Nazi Germany.
Walking the '60s Aisles of Saigon's First Ever Supermarket
The opening in 1967 attracted the cream of Saigon society.
CARTOON: Trump-Kim Summit Nails Human Rights in Nuclear Coffin
Don't get carried away by the pomp and ceremony in Singapore.
K-Pop, BTS and Breaking America
The Korean boy band BTS is the advance guard of what could well be a K-pop invasion of the West.
10 Years Since 'Cape No. 7', What's Happened to Taiwanese Cinema?
Taiwan cinema is thriving 10 years on from the release of the blockbusting comedy.