Finally the multi-generational family saga comes of age in Asia, in this sensitive Korean novel.
Citizenship in Myanmar is a complex tangle of rules – ‘only’ 135 ‘national ethnicities’ can ever be granted full rights.
Hun Sen and his party have won every election since 1998, but each has seen a press for political change.
When Aung San Suu Kyi stopped supporting US sanctions against Myanmar, it changed everything.
The US love affair with China is marked by cycles of exuberance and deflationary despair.
Cambodian politics are fundamentally nationalist – and the project of national imagining is unfinished.
When literary critic William Empson turned to Buddhist iconography, he moved from ambiguity in poetry to the faces of the Buddha.
Such A Lovely Little War is a superb addition to the growing canon of graphic memoir – and brings the Vietnam War to new audiences.
Over the past two decades, Sooyong Park has dedicated his life to filming the Siberian tiger.
While interviewing young Cambodians for a novel, a writer finds strong patterns of spirit belief.