Analysts say Thailand’s military government has fallen short in business and economic reforms, to boost long term outlook and trigger foreign direct investment.
Some 60 exhibitors at the annual Computex Taipei show are working on virtual reality-related products.
Week of fighting between troops and a Muslim rebel group has killed nearly 100 people, forcing more to relocate.
China puts faith in Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s actions that show he cares about long-term political and economic ties, experts say.
Judges said this week Taiwan’s Constitution should protect unions between two men or two women, but Taiwan’s parliament hasn’t given final approval.
Park Geun-hye’s defense strategy to stall and evade hurt her impeachment case but it could help her now.
The forum covered entrepreneurship, the ‘digital revolution’, cross-border trade, and governance for greater collaboration between industry, government and civil society
ASEAN’s economy has become the fifth-largest global market in recent years, and it is expected to become the fourth-largest market in the near future.
It's been more than half a year since the Rohingya began fleeing their homes in Myanmar amid a military offensive that has allegedly included widespread rape and murder. VOA Khmer's Hong Chenda narrates.
Monday’s bomb blast in a reception room of the hospital left 25 people injured, some seriously, from shrapnel wounds and broken glass.
Park pleads not guilty to all charges.
Vietnam PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc is expected to become the first Southeast Asian leader to visit the White House since Trump took office in January.