Thai police arrest second bomb suspect

Premier says man detained near Cambodian frontier 

Tokyo scraps logo for 2020 Olympics

Move comes after Belgian designer files lawsuit against IOC

China set to parade its ‘carrier-killer’

Hypersonic guided missile may reshape balance of power in Pacific

US urges China to improve communication

Washington frustrated at way Beijing flags policy changes

Chinese environment: Ground operation

Soil pollution is a $1tn problem that causes serious illnesses and contaminates crops. But can Beijing afford to clean it up?

China urges companies to shore up market

Regulators call for dividends, buybacks and M&A to help stop rot

South Korea exports plunge 14.7%

Biggest fall in 6 years as China slowdown hits country’s economy

Widodo struggles to extend power base

Indonesian leader’s poll ratings fall as reform drive stalls

US to hit Chinese hackers with sanctions

Obama sees growing threat to US economic and security interests

Tokyo’s Hotel Okura says polite goodbye

Modernist icon falls victim to earthquake rules and competition

China’s rich seek overseas holdings

Among popular investments are residential property and insurance

Militarism risky temptation for Beijing

If it goes wrong it may destroy root of China’s economic success

China’s caravan parks defy economic fears

As the west panics about growth, the Chinese are out enjoying themselves

India faith census spurs debate

Data reignite fears over declining Hindu majority

India protest leader predicts ‘youth revolution’

Critics want shake-up of reservation system that favours lower-caste Indians

Australia set to rack up world’s longest growth streak

Treasurer says nation on track to beat Netherlands’ 26-year run

China reporter admits ‘panicking’ market

Public shaming comes amid crackdown on media role in turmoil

Malaysia’s political crisis by numbers

Battle over Najib Razak's scandal-hit premiership is growing

China’s KMT veterans

Beijing is moving to recognise the service of Nationalist troops in the second world war

China’s Communists embrace old enemy

Beijing takes steps to recognise KMT veterans who fought Japan

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