Trump's anti-immigrant message hits home for Asians

Visa crackdown is turning the American dream into a nightmare of uncertainty

Politics & Economy

Carrie Lam's shaky mandate to lead a divided Hong Kong

Territory's first female chief executive will have to win over a dubious public

Business

Company in focus: Lenovo loses out on Motorola bet

Mobile phone diversification debacle sees Chinese maker revert to its PC strong suit

Tech & Science

In Japan, disaster breeds better safety tech

Vibration-dampening systems and air-powered fire extinguishers among new developments

Viewpoints

Derek Mitchell: Myanmar's government -- time for a course correction?

One year on, it is time for Aung San Suu Kyi and the NLD to take stock

Life & Arts

Thailand's empire-building tycoons

Cashed-up execs are snapping up everything from delis to department stores abroad

Tea Leaves

India's air is filthy -- but at least it's democratic

Despite government, public complacency, appalling pollution leading to "airwakening"

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