A video of a tearful six-year-old boy dancing goes viral and gets flak for the TV host who made him strut his stuff.
The asia! team
The pop idol tweeted, "Can't stop crying watching this. This is why I make music. She is the future." But just who is she talking about?
The asia! team
Communism no more: Beijingers are groovin' to swing music in an old bar at Sanlitun.
独臂老宋
Movie synopses that Tinseltown may want to consider, as the city sprouts a host of new skyscrapers and landmarks
CLARISSA TAN
The film portrayed silenced Muslim females shrouded in black, sentenced to shove one French fry at a time underneath their veil. Poor, hungry, Muzzy women.
KALSOOM LAKHANI
Call it cheesy, but this latest TV hit does deserve praise for trying to reconcile Islamic ideals with modern culture.
ARWA ABURAWA
A matchmaking show has become China’s top-rated TV programme, thanks in part to a now infamous participant who said she’d rather cry in a BMW than ride on a bike.
XUJUN EBERLEIN
Our blogger, Indrajit Samarajiva, visits an adult film theatre in Colombo – and picks up some of the tricks of the trade. Yes, seriously.
INDRAJIT SAMARAJIVA
This beautiful traditional Korean hairstyle may have been a pain in the neck.
KIM M
The Takarazuka Revue has an all-female cast which gives kabuki’s all-male cast a run for its money.
GN
How does art determine and shape a country’s national character?
GIBBS CADIZ
Dae Jenggeum, the Korean TV serial about a 16th century royal physician that broke virtually all viewing records in Asia, has no sex, no violence and very little action.
LEE HAN SHIH
Beijing may have pressured Chow Yun-Fat to return to the John Woo film "Red Cliff", raising questions of who he will replace.
LEE HAN SHIH