Politics | Politics

Could China Really Invade and Hold Taiwan?

Beijing may want to control Taiwan, but serious obstacles make seizing the island a costly challenge that may not even be worth the effort.

Science & Technology | Technology

Taiwan processor chip maker to set up $3.5 billion US arm

A Taiwanese maker of processor chips for Apple Inc. and other customers plans to invest $3.5 billion to set up its second U.S. manufacturing site amid American concern about relying too heavily on sources in Asia for high-tech components.

Travel | Travel

a VERY Bad Career Choice (illegal drugs in Vietnam) - (Law & Order)

Vietnam's effort to control drug trafficking, and production in the country is very strong. The problem is big, and the resources are limited, but the Vietna...

News | News

Israeli Company to Bring Electricity to Remote Villages in Asia

Israeli Company to Bring Electricity to Remote Villages in Asia  Israeli startup Aquarius Engines partners with international telecom giant Nokia to help put its revolutionary generator design out in the field in Asian locations that are off the grid. By

Politics | Politics

Trump meets Kim and sets the stage for fundamental change in Asia -– Here's what his critics missed | Fox News

President Trump achieved a major diplomatic breakthrough Tuesday in his historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, dramatically improving America’s national security.

Music | Music

John Wetton dies aged 67

Singer and bassist John Wetton dies at the age of 67 after cancer battle.

News | In The News

Indonesia sinks 34 of its neighbors' boats to celebrate Independence Day, and Vietnam isn't happy

In what might be one of the world’s strangest Independence Day fireworks displays, Indonesia sank boats seized for illegal fishing.