Host countries face numerous problems dealing with the children of economic migrants.
Basketball star Jeremy Lin becomes an ambassador for Taiwanese-Americans and his Christian Faith
Fans worldwide celebrate the 200th birthday of the most celebrated novelist in the English language.
Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo's poetic yearings for freedom and human rights in China
Snakehead fish have landed on American shores, but so far, its spread has done no harm.
Demand for clean water pushes supplies to the limit in Pakistan and other Asian nations
Some Indian officials propose scrapping the current Public Distribution System and distributing food coupons directly to the poor.
Japanese automaker Toyota gains profits but still needs to build consumer trust following the recent recall crisis
British-Asians could have a decisive impact in a very close race.
Australian Foreign Affairs Minister Stephen Smith visits India to sooth tensions over 'racist' attacks against Indian students.
Auto industry analyst says aggressive action from Toyota needed to boost sales.
Expert says young demonstrators are impatient with slow pace of democratic reform in Hong Kong.
Religious Groups Face Violence in Malaysia in the wake of recent court ruling
Asian nations hope to avoid Haiti-like devastation through building codes
Meeting in Hawaii, the top diplomats from Japan and the United States proclaim the alliance between their nations is solid.
Three Americans to face Iranian justice system
Pakistanis don't like the plan
Marin Strmecki says President Obama's plan to turnover of responsibility for security to the Afghans in 2001 will likely succeed.