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Bangkok starts to heal
A police K-9 unit stands guard in the capital on Aug. 20.
Investigators go over the site on the same night the bombing took place, Aug. 17.
Investigators are still at work the morning after the blast, Aug. 18.
Security guards check the belongings of a traveler at a train station near the blast site on Aug. 18.
People lay flowers on a counter set up at Erawan Shrine, where the bomb went off, on Aug. 19.
Police officers patrol a tourist spot in Bangkok on Aug. 20.
People pray for the victims at the blast site on Aug. 21.
The bereaved pray for the victims on Aug. 24.
Buddhist monks and others march through the center of the city reading sutras on Aug. 24.
Cambodia is one of the most underinsured countries in Asia.
Since its transition to democratic rule in 2011, Myanmar has seen rapid change. The country has been opened to trade and investment, and advanced technology is flooding in. As the economy develops, demand for tiny unsecured loans, or microfinance, has taken off.
Mourners from all over Thailand have gathered in Bangkok to pay their final respects to King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who died last October after a 70-year reign.
Hundreds of thousands of Thais looked on in silence as the late king's funeral cortege made its way from the Grand Palace to a specially built crematorium at Sanam Luang, a large open area in front of the palace, early on Oct. 26.
Five days of funeral rites relating to the cremation conclude on Oct. 29, bringing to an end more than a year of national mourning.
Thailand's King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the world's longest-serving head of state, died at Bangkok's Siriraj Hospital on Oct. 13 after a prolonged illness. During his 70-year reign, King Bhumibol, the ninth king in the Chakri dynasty, served as a stabilizing force for the country. Nikkei staff photographer Nozomu Ogawa documented the nation's mourning.
India's economy is growing up under Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Nikkei senior staff writer Go Yamada in December visited Mumbai and Delhi, where he found Modinomics to be a crowd of new faces mixing with the old.
Pope Francis visited the Philippines between Jan. 15 and 19 as part of his recent tour of Asia. KEIICHIRO ASAHARA, Nikkei staff photographer followed his procession through Manila.