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Treatment and schooling are scarce for the estimated 60,000 HIV-positive children in Ho Chi Minh City.

Rakhine Political Parties to Meet Over Myanmar Official’s Remarks on Ethnic Army

Prominent Rakhine residents and ordinary citizens in the western state are riled up over statements about the Arakan Army.

Report: Illegal Logging Still Rampant in Cambodia’s Prey Lang Forest

Grassroots environmental group criticizes government efforts to stop tree poachers.

Hong Kong Abandons Further Democratic Reform as China Tightens Grip

Officials move ahead with plans to criminalize any 'insult' to China's national anthem, without specifying which situations could result in prosecution.

More Than 80 Percent of Taiwanese Reject China's 'Unification' Plan

President Tsai Ing-wen's insistence that Beijing respect the island's democracy and statehood also wins widespread favor.

Experts: Kim Jong Un’s Visit to China Sends Dual Message to US

Second Kim-Trump summit likely, but Kim intends to play ‘China card.’

Myanmar Holds Talks With China to Reopen Border Crossing in Northern Shan State

Fruit dealers rely on the Muse-Ruili passage to export their produce to China’s Yunnan province.

Myanmar’s Arakan Army Denies Link to Muslim Militant Group in Rakhine State

The ethnic army also objects to a government spokesman’s warning for supporters not to back the organization.

Two Cambodia Opposition Officials Barred From Politics to Seek ‘Pardon’ After Amendment Approval

Acting opposition leader Sam Rainsy urges those banned to refrain from falling into a ruling party ‘trap.’

China Jails Three Activists For Video 'Mocking' President Xi Jinping

A social media clip made by the activists was judged to have 'insulted' a Chinese leader, leading to 20-month jail terms.

Toddler Son of Uyghur Political ‘Re-Education Camp’ Detainees Drowns in Frozen Ditch

Rahmutullah Shirbaqi had been living with his elderly grandparents when he went missing last month.

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