Stories By Jack Board
123 May 2016 Mon
While the fast fashion giant says it has taken measures to improve conditions for garment factory workers, a local union says the "PR rings hollow to workers struggling every day to feed their families”.
217 May 2016 Tue
Communities throughout Cambodia are anxiously waiting for rain to end the prolonged dry season, which has resulted in cracked riverbeds, exhausted drinking water supplies and ruined food production.
311 May 2016 Wed
Speaking to Channel NewsAsia, Philippine vice-presidential frontrunner Leni Robredo added that she would take issue with his "extra-legal remedies" if allegations of these "were at all true".
410 May 2016 Tue
Robredo is in a tight race to be Duterte's deputy, with the unofficial vote count showing her about 200,000 votes ahead of rival Bongbong Marcos, the son of former president Ferdinand Marcos.
508 May 2016 Sun
As Philippines prepares for a much-anticipated general election on Monday, millions have attended church services across the country to pray for a safe and smooth voting process.
607 May 2016 Sat
Huge crowds gathered as Davao City attempts to break the world record for most people singing the national anthem simultaneously. The event also acted as a mass unofficial rally for local presidential hopeful Rodrigo Duterte.
706 May 2016 Fri
Hundreds of cameras mounted around Davao keep close watch on the city streets as part of Mayor - and now presidential hopeful - Rodrigo Duterte's hardline approach to eradicating crime in the Mindanao city. He has plans to extend that strategy across the country.
805 May 2016 Thu
The Commission on Elections (COMELEC) admitted that during final testing, technological problems had arisen which could cause delays in reaching final tallies on Election Day on Monday.
926 Apr 2016 Tue
The resilience of the Gorkha community has been facing perhaps its sternest trial after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake rocked the region to its core.
1025 Apr 2016 Mon
Hundreds of thousands of Nepalis are living in dangerous, damaged homes throughout the country, as the government struggles to overcome political gridlock to deliver much-needed assistance to victims of the devastating April 2015 earthquake.