Modernizing Malaysia: Can Penang Island Handle Its Development Boom?
An October 2017 landslide that killed 11 construction workers was a warning shot that unrestrained development could put life on Penang in danger.
The Paleo Diet: What the Ancient Taiwanese Ate
Archaeological evidence suggests dog offered a meaty supplement to farmed produce as far back as 5,000 years ago.
ANALYSIS: Belt, Road, and Grid? China's Risky Global Power Play
China is kick-starting an audacious plan for a global energy 'supergrid' as part of its Belt and Road portfolio.
Modernizing Malaysia: The Blessings and Stresses of an Infrastructure Explosion
Malaysia is undertaking a breakneck building spree that is lifting its economy while placing its environment and politics under pressure.
VIETNAM: World's Largest Cave Threatened by Cable Car Plans
Tourism at Vietnam's colossal and stunning Son Doong Cave, restricted for years, is set to boom once a cable car system is installed by developers.
Taiwan EPA Data Shows Strong Impact of Plastic Bag Ban
Taiwan's plastic bag ban introduced at the start of the year has reduced usage by an estimated 70 percent.
ANALYSIS: AIIB's Belt and Road Plans Augur Ill for the Environment
The AIIB's transport strategy for the Belt and Road Initiative does not even mention the new environmental pressures to which it will expose vast swathes of the globe.