US president has complained that the US and South Korea have a 'one-sided' and 'horrible' trade agreement.
Government faces criticism over use of a charter to push through Thai-China high-speed line.
One hundred fifty years after Chinese railroad workers strike, historians learning more about what happened to them.
Nguyen Ngoc Nhu Quynh, aka ‘Me Nam’ or Mother Mushroom received the International Women of Courage Award in March from first lady Melania Trump.
Uncertainly and possible policy diversions seen for Washington and Seoul as the two presidents meet.
Across the impoverished country you’ll find children going to work instead of school so they can help support their families.
Allison Lee, who receives award for working to end slavery, urged end to abuses against migrant fishermen working aboard Taiwan-flagged fishing vessels.
President Donald Trump has threatened to renegotiate or terminate KORUS for creating a $27 billion U.S. trade deficit with South Korea last year.
Specialist in gaming industry says decision on casino gambling is likely after next general elections, expected in late 2018.
If continued, economic sanctions will erode Pyongyang’s grip on power, senior-level North Korean defector Ri Jong Ho tells VOA Korean.
President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines has a 75 percent public satisfaction rating at home.
‘I never thought such atrocities and brutality could happen in the socialist system,’ says Ri Jong Ho, who witnessed deaths by machine gun.