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It's campaign season in Hong Kong, and on the streets of the city's Wan Chai district, John Tsang is getting mobbed.
Efforts have begun to recover the Sewol ferry from the sea off South Korea, three years after it sank killing 304 people, mostly students.
North Korean government website Uriminzokkiri released a propaganda video that appears to show a military strike on a US aircraft carrier and a US bomber.
Iranian movie, "The Salesman," has struck gold again. A month after winning the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar, the drama picked up Best Screenplay at the Asian Film Awards, which is widely considered to be the East's version of the Academy Awards.
It seems like the pettiest of powder room problems, but apparently toilet paper theft has gotten so bad at the Temple of Heaven Park in Beijing, authorities have installed facial recognition software in the stalls.
The appointment of a polarizing Hindu hardliner as the next chief minister of an Indian state with almost 40 million Muslims has raised concerns about the country's direction under the Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
Japanese pensioners aren't in a rush to dump their driving licenses, but one police department is hoping to entice them to retire from the roads with a novel incentive -- discount funerals.
The green sea turtle nicknamed "Piggy Bank" has died after vets in Thailand removed 915 coins from her stomach earlier this month.
The Middle East and Asia are growing closer in the wake of US President Donald Trump's election, experts say, after a series of high-profile visits teased broader diplomatic and economic ties between the two regions.
South Korea's ousted President Park Geun-hye will meet with prosecutors Tuesday, the first time since she lost her executive immunity.
"There Should Be No End to Experimentation," an exhibition exploring the conceptual early works of the late British-Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid has opened in Hong Kong.
China says it will halt all coal imports from North Korea for the rest of 2017. CNN's Will Ripley has an exclusive look at how these sanctions are affecting the country.
After spending 15 years under house arrest, democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi explains her life outlook and why she doesn't harbor bitterness.
7,700 Indian workers are stranded in Saudi Arabia after a series of layoffs. CNN gets access to one of the 20 camps where workers are stuck.
We look into Myanmar's brewing beer market and find out why Heineken invested in a $60 million brewery outside of Yangon.
It looks like a giant, car-eating transformer, but China is hoping this new vehicle concept will be the answer to its crippling traffic problems
CNN's Kristie Lu Stout speaks with Geraldine Roman, the first transgender woman in history to be elected to the Philippines congress.
In India's capital city, one wall bears an off-beat artwork that disappears after the sun goes down.
He's caused outrage with inflammatory comments on rape and murder, but Philippines presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte is poised to become its next president. CNN's Alexandra Field reports.