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Here are the From Our Own Correspondent stories from the Asia Pacific region for 2011, sorted by date.


19 November 2011

As Aung San Suu Kyi says she will stand for election, David Loyn looks at the changes in the country and the challenges ahead.


27 October 2011

Non-Muslims in Malaysia are concerned that the Islamisation of more laws could encroach on their rights.

1 October 2011

North Korea tightly controls information but TV, mobiles and even balloons pose a challenge as Lucy Williamson reports.


11 June 2011

In the Philippines, where divorce is illegal, couples are finding novel ways to end their marriages - including multiple annulments, says Kate McGeown.

11 June 2011

As China makes it easier for its citizens to visit Taiwan, Chris Hogg investigates whether the Taiwanese are impressed by Beijing's efforts to win friends.

9 June 2011

Lucy Williamson gets to grips with the complexities of Seoul's recycling system.

4 June 2011

With a squeeze on housing in Beijing, people on low incomes are forced to live underground in old air raid shelters, basements and tunnels, Martin Patience reports.

2 June 2011

Guy Delauney discovers that being a bicycle lover in Cambodia can help forge friendships between the most unlikely of people.


28 May 2011

Conor Woodman visits a town in Laos where locals fear China's growing influence is damaging their way of life.


26 March 2011

Bizarre and often unflattering names like BumBum, Bogie and Ballsy are quintessentially Filipino, the BBC's Kate McGeown finds.

19 March 2011

Tokyo society seems strangely calm but underneath there is deep shock and anxiety over the earthquake and nuclear disaster, says Rupert Wingfield-Hayes.

12 March 2011

As a huge quake and tsunami cause major damage in Japan, Hugh Levinson says the Japanese are always waiting for the big one.


17 February 2011

Indonesia is beginning to fulfil its economic potential, but not everyone is being lifted by the nation's rising wealth says Peter Day.


15 January 2011

Claudia Hammond experiences elephant tourism and finds a rise in capitalism in communist Laos.




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