Some 10 million people in Vietnam prefer to poop in the woods.
IRIN
Zheng Chengzhen rescued as many as 400 children from the streets, and supported them by collecting rubbish and selling blood.
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Migrant Chinese workers, who found work in the Promised Land, may now be hung out to dry by the Israeli government.
DAN-CHYI CHUA
Chinese netizens contrast the “miracle” rescue of trapped Chilean miners with the plight of their own miners, who often perish because of inadequate safety facilities.
Staff Writer
Thais in Israel's secluded agricultural communities have the regular migrant worker woes and more.
DAN-CHYI CHUA
Against the backdrop of renewed violence and construction in the West Bank, all the words of the leaders in the so-called peace process are sounding hollow, compared to the arguments of an elderly Israeli who's almost seen it all.
DAN-CHYI CHUA
As Japan’s economy continues to head south, more and more of its homeless are turning to Internet cafes for a roof over their heads.
RIE HARA
Before the Obama-mediated talks between Israel and the Palestinians can begin in Washington, they are already crying bloody murder in the holy land.
DAN-CHYI CHUA
The Israeli government voted to deport hundreds of children born to migrant workers  here in the country. It is astonishing how what would have been the country of Anne Frank has become one that deports children.
DAN-CHYI CHUA
A child of war, Sarorn Sim grew up as a refugee in Canada embarrassed by his past and almost ashamed to say he was Cambodian. But he has since come to understand the complexity of suffering and the joy of rebirth.
SARORN RON SIM
What, or how long, does it take you to buy a property in China? This MTV has the answers.
KEY
Passionate and inspired by his environment, a young boy pushes against the grain of poverty for the right not to beg.
PRATIMA MANANDHAR
In Cambodia, vendors continue the tradition of using ox carts as part of their survival and identity.
CHAN SOVANNARA
Wuhan farmer emulates "Avatar" and uses home-made cannon to repel 100-man-strong eviction team.
ROLAND SOONG
In Singapore, migrant workers are transported in the back of lorries, like goods. asia! explores how concerned citizens could change that, before the next potential death.
VADIVU GOVIND. With additional reporting by HEATHER LIM.