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Worldwide Locations

At least a million protestors sing Egypt's national anthem at Sidi Gaber, Alexandria on February 1, 2011. (Al Jazeera English)

Watching Cairo from Kabul and Karachi

The spectacular developments in Egypt are being projected and interpreted in Asia in a variety of ways. more
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Ridding India of Firenghis? New Visa Policy Ousts Foreigners Earning Less Than $25k

The Indian government recently began enforcing a mandate that foreign nationals working in the country must earn above $25,000. more
A statue, possibly of the Buddha, recovered at Mes Aynak where an international team of Afghan and French archaeologists are working to secure the site. (Joannie Meharry)

UPDATE: Afghan Buddhist Site to be Spared Destruction

A new agreement by the Afghan government seeks to preserve the Buddhist archaeological site of Mes Aynak. more
Egyptian protestors hold their national flag during demonstration in Cairo on January 25, 2011 demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak (Al Jazeera).

Asia Heeds Lessons from Egypt and Tunisia

Asia Society experts Jamie Metzl Philip Shishkin discuss demonstrations in Egypt and lessons for Asia. more
Li Na of China plays a forehand in her semifinal match against Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark during day eleven of the 2011 Australian Open on January 27, 2011 in Melbourne, Australia. (Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)

Photo of the Day: Li Na, China's 'Golden Flower,' Breaks Barriers Her Own Way

Li Na of China becomes the first Asian woman to reach a Grand Slam singles final when she takes on Kim Clijsters at the Australian Open on Saturday. more
Asia Society Senior Adviser for Education Vivien Stewart.

Vivien Stewart: 'Reason to Be Worried' on US Education

Asia Society Senior Adviser for Education Vivien Stewart argues that the US "has reason to be worried." more

Thongs and Throngs on Australia Day

On Australia's National Day, big parties, controversy and a demand of for a birth certificate. more