A Chinese teen receives treatment at an Internet addiction camp in a still from the new documentary "Web Junkie."
General Prayuth Chan-ocha says he will step down as army chief next month and plans to remain prime minister until new elections are held next year.
Infections are rising, especially among young people involved in the sex trade, injecting drugs and young men having unprotected sex with men.
Insurance policy says if a brand of milk powder is recalled, customers who bought cans from a Redbaby store or website will be reimbursed.
The leader of the military junta governing Thailand said negative publicity about surrogacy babies has led to the country being portrayed in a bad light.
Parasite adapts resistance to treatment in Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Myanmar and Laos.
The country’s GDP could rise by 19.9 percent by 2025, according to the report, published by the International Labor Organization and the Asian Development Bank.
Issue is not new, but it has become more public after senior politicians targeted in graft investigations were caught hiding wealth abroad.
Clive Palmer's Mineralogy company is involved in a legal dispute with Chinese state-owned CITIC Pacific Mining.
Two tourists still missing after vessel capsized early Saturday after striking a reef during a trip between Lombok and Komodo Islands.
PM Modi announced an initiative to improve access to financial services for Indians who lack a bank account.
Before the mass, Pope Francis met with families of victims and some survivors of the Sewol ferry disaster.
Washington accuses Beijing of fomenting instability in Asia through its aggressive actions, proposes voluntary freeze on provocations in the region.
The zoo said it does not expect to publicly display the panda triplets for another four to five months.
The United States has accused China of asserting itself militarily in territorial disputes with Brunei, Malaysia, Vietnam, and the Philippines.
Announcement comes as Secretary of State John Kerry discusses regional security with Australian counterpart Julie Bishop.
Gao Zhisheng has been released from prison after 3 years, but appears to be under close supervision by authorities, rights activists say.
Mayor asks PM Abe to listen to people and retain Japan’s pacifist stance.
English-Japanese center started by street vender, brother aids impoverished students.
In Thailand, its not uncommon for parents to bring their children to work; one company, in-collaboration with other organizations, address safety concerns.
Manila's triple action plan aims to 'address the provocative and destabilizing activities in the region'.
China recently pulled an oil rig from an area of the disputed South China Sea that Vietnam also claims. Despite the action, the incident has had a lingering effect on consumers in Vietnam. VOA's Reasey Poch reports from Hanoi on an effort to boycott Chinese products.
More than 1,800 people were injured in 6.1 magnitude quake; rescue workers are searching for many people still missing.
Three-year memorandum of understanding expired last month, leaving the railway network's future in doubt.
West Africa outbreak prompting authorities as far away as Asia to take preventive measures, although scientists say global spread of disease is unlikely.
Cambodia's «Second Angkor Wat» at Banteay Chhmar is slowing returning to life after eight centuries of isolated slumber. A British archaeologist has put together a team if workers and experts who are rebuilding the ancient temples stone by stone. (AP, Phnom Penh)
Government pushes economic reforms; critic says political stability more urgent.