Tracking the impact of online & digital technologies in Asia The Asia Digital Life Project
  Social media and digital platforms played a massive role in Indonesia’s historic presidential election earlier this month. With the official result still out, I talked […]
At the end of last month, a U.S.-government organization called the Open Technology Fund released a detailed research report on the state of Internet access […]
People have been worrying that the Internet is going to turn our brains to mush for years, just as they have done for every new […]
Earlier this year, the actress Yang Mi, who boasts no less than 35 million followers on Weibo, tweeted out the message, “Dogs are more loyal […]
In southern China, an annual dog-eating festival takes a lower profile under mounting pressure from both activists and authorities. Similar changes can be seen in […]
Earlier this year, on February 4, I sat on a sofa in my fiancee’s family home in Hanoi, Vietnam, and created a Facebook page for […]
Who among us remembers the Dog Poop Girl? The Korean university student became part of the permanent digital record in 2005 when she allowed her […]
This post originally appear on our sister blog, Vietmeme, on May 14, 2014. If China has a Mini-Me in this world, it is surely the […]
Last April, after China’s Communist Party Central Committee called on cadres to crack down on what they deemed subversive forces within Chinese society, users of […]
If you were among the multitudes who, upon hearing late last year that China, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia, Russia, and Cuba had been elected to the […]