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 Friday May 14
China unexpectedly attends meeting on Xinjiang. US report on international religious freedom. Congress questions US pullout of Afghanistan. The business of counterfeit products A billion-dollar request to battle violence against women.
VOA Asia for Thursday May13
Myanmar human rights concerns. India’s virus variant spreads. Overseas Americans seek vaccines. Female journalists struggle in Bangladesh. Press freedom training. Prosecuting Asian hate. Pipeline problems.
VOA Asia for Wednesday May 12
Trading tensions rather than products. Nepal feels the COVID wave. Australia’s space commander. The politics of meat. A famous museum reopens. Hollywood’s vintage clothes.
VOA Asia for Tuesday May 11
Indian Americans fight COVID from afar. Pakistani female journalists break barriers. Religious leaders urge vaccine faith. Predicting volcanic eruptions. Student journalists. A blessing for bicycles.
VOA Asia for Monday May 10
Afghanistan remains a violent place. Afghan journalists under fire. Virus infections build across India. Complications in sharing vaccine. A fiery return for a Chinese rocket. Space wine.
VOA Asia for Friday May 7
Safe haven for Myanmar nationals. India’s diaspora watches COVID’s rage. Afghanistan’s Abdullah Abdullah speaks with us. Facebook’s message to world leaders. Asian American self-defense. Online home organization.