Protest groups clash in Hong Kong, Is Beijing getting ready to remove Leung, Seoul Mayor supports marriage equality, Vongfong sets its sights on Tokyo, and 12 get death sentences in Xinjiang.

TAB: Protesters clash in Hong Kong, Seoul Mayor champions same-sex marriages, and more

It’s Tuesday, October 14, 2014, and this is The Asia Brief. A new dawn breaks in Hong Kong, bringing with it more questions as to what will ultimately resolve a…

CY Leung becomes the center of attention after it’s disclosed he accepted HK$50m, Typhoon Vongfong bears down on Japan, and have renewed hopes for peace been scrapped in Korea?

TAB: Hong Kong’s CY Leung in trouble, Vongfong slams Japan, and Will Kim Jong-un show now?

It’s Monday, October 13, 2014, and this is The Asia Brief. Hong Kong braces for another week of protests, but not all of the action and intrigue is taking place…

The Umbrella Revolution continues in Hong Kong, will Kim Jong-un make an appearance today as North Korea celebrates Communism, and the changing face of the China Seas. These stories and more are on the October 10th edition of Asia News Weekly.

ANW: What’s happened in Hong Kong, will Kim Jong-un appear, and more

Asia News Weekly presents an extend edition, highlighting key developments in Hong Kong’s Occupy Central movement. Host Steve Miller brings listeners up to date with what occurred during the week,…

Today’s Asia Brief: With talks scheduled between students and government officials, is the Umbrella Revolution over? Japan readies itself for Vongfong and more.

TAB: Is The Umbrella Revolution Over? Typhoon Vongfong Eyes Japan and more.

It’s Thursday October 9, 2014, and this is The Asia Brief. The number of protesters in Hong Kong continued to thin, as organizers agreed to meet with government officials and…

Could the Korean education model be the answer to western nations' problems with low standardized test scores? The research and implications on Asia Now.

AN: The Competitive Side of Korean Education: Is it good for business and society?

East Asian students consistently place at the top of standardized tests. Western nations are now looking for answers on how to boost their scores. Could the Korean educational model be…

Today on The Asia Brief: Hong Kong protesters and government lay down rules for negotiations, a Japanese student may have tried to join ISIS, and the Sewol Capt. is in court.

TAB: Student-Government Talks in Hong Kong; Japanese Student Attempts to Join ISIS; Sewol Capt. In Court

It’s Wednesday, October 8, 2014, and this is The Asia Brief. Despite dwindling numbers on the streets of Hong Kong, it appears both sides are inching closer to an agreement…

Protesters in Hong Kong dwindled Monday, Typhoon Phanfone kills in Japan, and the search for MH370 resumes in Australia.

TAB: Hong Kong Protests Subside, Phanfone Kills US Serviceman, and The Search for MH370

It’s Tuesday, October 7, 2014, and this is The Asia Brief. Pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong cleared the way for government workers to enter their buildings Monday morning, as requested…

The deadline for student groups to move out from Hong Kong's HQ area looms as CY Leung says the area is close to "anarchy." Plus updates on the DPRK & more.

TAB: Hong Kong Close to “Anarchy,” DPRK Visits South Korea, and Asian Volcanos

It’s Monday, October 6, 2014, and this is The Asia Brief. The Umbrella Revolution in Hong Kong continued this weekend, but unlike the peaceful week-long of assembly, violence erupted on…

Get the latest news about Hong Kong’s Occupy Central protests - what led up to the current impasse and what the next step might be. Plus can China control Xinjiang and where is Kim Jong-un?

ANW: Hong Kong Protests – What You Need to Know and More

The democratic future of Hong Kong has reached an important crossroads. In this episode of Asia News Weekly, host Steve Miller dives into the details of what led up to…

Hong Kong protesters are willing to negotiate a solution to their impasse, but not with current CY Leung. Ontake becomes Japan's deadliest eruption, and Yudhoyono tries to restore voting rights in Indonesia.

TAB: Hong Kong Protesters Will Negotiate, but not with Leung

http://traffic.libsyn.com/asianewsweekly/TAB_10.2.14.mp3Good morning. It’s Thursday, October 2, 2014, and this is The Asia Brief. October 1st, China’s National Day came and went without the resignation of Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Leung…