Celebrating the Chinese New Year in 2019 (in Photos)
Here's how the Year of the Pig began in different parts of Asia.
Viewfinder: A Chinese Honor Guard Greets the President of Sierra Leone
Female members of the Chinese People's Liberation Army honor guard wait to greet Sierra Leone President Julius Maada Bio during a welcome ceremony in the Great Hall of the People on August 30th, 2018, in Beijing, China.
The Ramifications of Xi Jinping's Removal of Presidential Term Limits
The Chinese president has cleared the way for a lifetime presidency, something his country has fought against since the reign of Mao Zedong.
Asia and Africa Can Learn From Each Other When It Comes to Rhino Conservation
Nepal's successful anti-poaching measures are a model for other countries, while African rhino-range countries excel at marketing wildlife tourism.
As Poaching Practices Shrink, Nepal's Wildlife Faces Another Challenge
Nepalese conservationists and their foreign partners are awakening to a new menace on the horizon: lethal pathogens.
How the Palm Oil Industry Is Building a Toolkit for Sustainable Production
There is now a set of guidelines for palm oil companies to use when implementing their commitments to address the deforestation associated with their operations.
How Can Sanitary Pads Be Made More Widely Available?
Heavily subsidized pads are making their way into rural areas, where girls were resorting to feathers, soil, and more—anything to absorb the blood—but we must find low-cost alternatives.
Finally, a Martial Arts Movie That's More Than 1 Invincible Asian Guy
How a Welsh director made the next great Eastern action film.
Time May Be Running Out for Rhinos as Poaching Persists Worldwide
South Africa debates legalization of the rhino-horn trade to stem smuggling.
International Collaboration Takes Aim at Obstetric Fistula
Obstetric fistula, a devastating consequence of childbirth that is both preventable and treatable, draws nongovernmental organizations and health care companies to pledge to fight it.