East Asia has been transformed by the achievements of ASEAN, and yet the greatest challenges still lie ahead.
Complex pressures are challenging many traditional alliances in the region.
Despite an ageing population, this is how Asia can still maintain growth and development.
Civil liberties have not progressed in tandem with the region’s economic prosperity.
On four artificial Malaysian islands, a $100 billion dollar city is rising.
Young people, technology and growth were the key themes of the World Economic Forum on ASEAN 2017. Here are 8 key moments from the meeting.
A quick online search on the current most populous cities in the world will reveal a list where half, if not more, of the top 10 cities are in Asia. If you were to walk down the busy stre...
When the Belt and Road (B&R) initiative was first announced by President Xi of China in late 2013, few could have envisaged the grandeur and ambition that it would entail. It has sinc...
This is the impact that an ageing population will have on Asia.
Sex education is not just about teaching the physiology of sex, but about helping young people to make responsible choices around the issues that will define their future.
The fashion industry is second only to oil as the top industrial polluter, and as a result is taking broad steps to make it more environmentally conscious.
New technologies around traceability in the seafood supply chain could offer powerful new techniques to address illegal fishing.
When we think about future skills, we need to consider the uniqueness of the 10 countries within ASEAN - a bloc that is home to more than 600 million people.
Even within high-income countries, there are extreme divides between the haves and the have-nots. Better global governance is the key to addressing this imbalance.
In this part of the world, globalization is still seen as the key to the future. The key will be making sure that growth here is inclusive.