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A Thai Family Reunion Bridges Communal Divides

A Thai Family Reunion Bridges Communal Divides

When the Lim brothers emigrated from China to southern Thailand, three converted to Islam and one remained a Buddhist. Four generations later, a family reunion shows how ordinary people can bridge intercommunal conflict to find their shared humanity.

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Our Predictions for 2021, Following a Year That Defied Prediction

Our Predictions for 2021, Following a Year That Defied Prediction

From a pandemic that quickly swept the globe, to the storming of the U.S. capital, 2020 was a year that defied prediction. So, what can we say about 2021? After a year that derailed development trajectories across Asia, our experts look to the year ahead.

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The Best InAsia Podcasts and Posts of 2020

The Best InAsia Podcasts and Posts of 2020

The year of the pandemic was a long, discontented winter that the glorious sun forgot. But it was a year we dug deep into the voices and ideas of our colleagues across Asia in our new InAsia Podcast.

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