3135 minutes located in  Asia

With an average of 43 people per day taking their own lives, today, South Korea is the suicide capital of the developed world, despite it’s rampant economy and booming prosperity.

This documentary Investigates Bloody Spear-throwing Festival on Remote Indonesian Island

Petroleum-rich Qatar is spearheading projects to tackle the problems facing desert communities worldwide; from energy to fresh water and food production. But does their expensive, high-tech solution make sense

Coffee drinkers love East Timor’s green beans but farming remains a life and death struggle in Asia’s poorest nation.

When a Mongolian nomadic family’s newest camel colt is rejected by its mother, a musician is needed for a ritual to change her mind. (Best European Doc Film 2003)

Using oxygen-thin air at altitude to simulate the effects of hypoxia suffered by intensive care patients, doctors examine volunteers, including identical twins Jenn Price and Jan Taylor, pictured to try […]

Is war looming as Japan strengthens its military power and tensions escalate over disputed East China Sea islands?

In a war on suicide, who is the enemy? An attempt to uncover the true causes of the high suicide rate in Japan.

Turkish riot police fired tear gas and pepper spray into a peaceful protest held to save Gezi Park, one of the last green areas in central Istanbul.

Hong Kong’s maids say they’re treated like second class citizens by controversially being denied permanent residency.

Vast new cities of apartments and shops are being built across China at a rate of ten a year, but they remain almost completely uninhabited ghost towns.

The photojournalist and film-maker John D McHugh spent months embedded with US troops in Afghanistan in 2008-09.

Modern China is working hard to give itself a new image. And now a frightening new craze for Western-style beauty is driving a nationwide boom in dangerous and drastic cosmetic […]

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