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Asia's Ailing Heritage

Asia is home to cultural and natural treasures, but several of these sites are at risk. Go on location with 360° virtual reality to learn about the threats facing Asia's heritage.

Living on Minimum

Six Asian news organizations work together to look at how well minimum wage policies are protecting vulnerable workers in the continent's fast-growing economies.

Bhumika Can Speak For Herself

Bhumika Shrestha is a transgender activist and politician in Nepal. Her country has made rapid progress towards LGTBI inclusion, and is the first country in Asia to explicitly recognize sexual and gender minority rights in its constitution. We use cutting-edge voice recognition and artificial intelligence to create a unique multimedia experience where you get ask Bhumika about her life, work and country.

Shipping's Dirty Secrets

Cargo passing through Asian ports has more than tripled since 2000. We take an in-depth look at the impacts of this traffic surge on the health of coastal residents and the global environment in order to answer whether Asia, or the world, is doing enough to tackle the environmental fallout.
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