Trade official says Baidu is engaged in something called deep linking to illegally copied or counterfeit goods
Richard Armitage, who served in Bush administration, says Washington should have pushed for more agreements ahead of trip
With a look at the year in Southeast Asia, we welcome Nittya Maphungphong of VOA's Thai Service, Than Lwin Htun of the Burmese service
With a look at the year in South Asia, we welcomed Mohammed Ibrahim from VOA's Pashto Service and Kokab Farshori of VOA's Urdu Service
Jing Zhang, Managing Editor of VOA's East Asia and Pacific Division and Acting Chief of our China Branch and Gookhan Yoon, Senior Editor
Katy Oh says she believes it is a classic North Korean game and Pyongyang will not stay silent for long
David Dyar's talk with the Burmese Nobel Laureate was cited by the Rangoon government when they first placed her under house arrest
As Election Day nears, Internet connections in Burma were disrupted, slowing communications with the outside world.
Secretary Clinton made a policy address before heading to Hanoi for the East Asia Summit and the meeting of ASEAN.
VOA spoke with World Bank Chief Economist for the East Asia and Pacific region, Vikram Nehru, to update the economic outlook in Asia.
A China economic expert says China raised interest rate to try to ward off some serious economic problems
An economist says South Asia is coping with hunger better than other areas of the world.
China rejects European requests to allow its currency, the yuan, to appreciate more rapidly.
US treasury secretary to testify in Congress on China's alleged manipulation of its currency
More than 200 customers demanding their money were met by batons; two top directors resign amid fraud allegations
The economic recovery in Japan may depend on its politics.
Lotus Outreach International gives poor children in Cambodia and India bicycles so they can travel to their school and have a btter chan
Taiwan electronics giant Foxconn Technology is trying to halt worker suicides by boosting worker morale with rallies.
It costs an average American couple more than $200,000 to raise a child to the age of 18
Former Fed Chairman Says U.S. Economic Recovery Underway