In the roaring economy that is China, a generation of HIV-afflicted are being left out in the cold.
LAUREN BURKE
The who’s who of China’s elite gather at the 100th anniversary celebration of the prestigious Tsinghua University.
JING GAO
The Philippines seems to be a nation of skewed values.
DOY SANTOS
Does microcredit really help the poor? And is Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus really the saviour he is made out to be? A Bangladeshi blogger has his doubts.
INCIDENTAL BLOGGER
These children have a job: They are the toy boys and sex slaves of their older richer patrons.
SUMERA
Sri Lanka’s slum superhero Dr. Darin Gunesekera shares a few thoughts about solving the seemingly unsolvable.
VIVIENNE KHOO
Dr. Sanduk Ruit's mission has been, and continues to be, to bring eyesight back to anyone who needs it, regardless of his or her ability to pay.
RUPAK D SHARMA
A homeless taxi driver in Singapore opens up to an open heart.
VADIVU GOVIND
Father of microcredit and microfinancing Muhammad Yunus ended 2010 embroiled in a financial scandal. Is something wrong with Bangladesh's much-feted economist and his Grameen Bank?
REZWAN
Land of the growing billionaires club and a prosperous middle class? Or where the forgotten millions live, struggling to make ends meet? The Quirky Indian asks how we might resolve the contradictions.
THE QUIRKY INDIAN
Despite the general availability of food, Indonesia’s eastern province is going hungry.
PHUONG TRAN
Are you able to perceive abundance? This is the second of three blog posts that attempts to address a simple, yet profound question.  
DEBBY NG
Is poverty a state of mind or can it be quantified? This is the first of three blog posts that attempts to address a simple, yet profound question.
DEBBY NG
An observer remembers the haunting problem at the bridge, a day before the tragic water festival.
NEW MANDALA
As the international spotlight focuses on the country's botched polls and the release of pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, one aspect of the Myanmar political problem should not be neglected.
DAN-CHYI CHUA