VOA Asia presents the best and most interesting stories from our veteran reporters covering Asia. VOA Asia tells what U.S.-Asian relationships might mean in your daily life, and what Asians think about life in the United States.
VOA Asia for Monday June 14
World leaders discuss China. Myanmar violence rages. A difficult refugee case. Asian hate continues. Feeding Infants COVID antibodies. A U.S.-China space race.
VOA Asia for Friday June 11
U.S. makes major vaccine donation. A warm European welcome for Biden. Child labor surges. More charges against Aung San Suu Kyi. Myanmar coup crushes commerce. Worry about a small island airport.
VOA Asia for Thursday June 10
US Lawmakers unite against Chinese technology. Australia wants one of its own back from Myanmar jail. Malaysia is angry with China.US President on first official overseas trip. Taliban kill Afghans working to clear land mines.
VOA Asia for Wednesday June 9
Afghanistan withdrawal is on track. FBI sting nets hundreds worldwide. A watery search for Indonesian tin. Japan Olympics wants more COVID vaccine. Australia’s Olympic push. Cicadas bring noise and poetry.
VOA Asia for Tuesday June 8
Alleged Afghan war crimes on trial. Keeping your food safe. Finding virus origins. A visionary Korean visual artist. Graduating amid COVID. Movies return to New York.
VOA Asia for Monday June 7
The United States boosts vaccine sharing. Hope coronavirus will ease. Australia’s crazy ants. Finding COVID’s origin. A calmer and soothing YouTube. Expanding space exploration.