Scott Heidler

Scott Heidler

Scott Heidler is an Asia Correspondent based out of the Bangkok bureau. He covers everything from Korea Peninsula tension to Cambodia’s politics to Nepal’s Sherpa community. When he joined Al Jazeera English in 2010 he covered the United Nations in New York. Prior to that he lived in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Jerusalem for a collective eight years. He is the co-author of the award-winning book "Women of Courage; Intimate Stories from Afghanistan".

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China's dinosaur replica makers worry about trade war with US

The dinosaur replica business in Zigong is worried by the tariffs imposed by the US.

China's dinosaur replica makers worry about trade war with US

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China promises to retaliate against latest US tariffs

In an intensifying trade war, China says it will retaliate after the US announced its biggest tariffs yet on imports from China.

China promises to retaliate against latest US tariffs

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Chinese investors lose billions to fraudulent P2P companies

The collapse of the $190bn peer-to-peer lending industry in China in July causes worries of another global financial crisis.

Chinese investors lose billions to fraudulent P2P companies

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Asian Games: More than medals up for grabs

Victorious athletes in the 2018 Asian Games are given cash prizes by their nation, military service exceptions and even jobs.

Asian Games: More than medals up for grabs

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Pakistan's baseball team use their cricket skills at Asian Games

In Pakistan, cricket is king - but their baseball players are using some of the same skills to impress at the Asian Games.

Pakistan's baseball team use their cricket skills at Asian Games

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Host Indonesia dreams of badminton glory at Asian Games

Top-ranked badminton players like Marcus Gideon and Kevin Sukamuljo inspire Indonesian young people, from elite academies to street-level players, to become the best in the world.

Host Indonesia dreams of badminton glory at Asian Games

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Asian Games 2018: Indigenous sport on show

How the Asian Games help keep indigenous sports alive.

Asian Games 2018: Indigenous sport on show

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Thailand's 'Indiana Jones divers' livelihoods in danger

Government plans to relocate a community threatens to destroy the business of a Thai treasure-hunting family.

Thailand's 'Indiana Jones divers' livelihoods in danger

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Myanmar's democracy movement 30 years on since the uprising

Thirty years on from the events that brought Aung Sang Suu Kyi to prominence, Myanmar's leader faces new questions about her commitment to democracy.

Myanmar's democracy movement 30 years on since the uprising

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Thailand: New video shows trapped football team in 'good health'

The young footballers and coach of the Moo Pa still in the flooded Tham Luang cave system despite being found, but appear to be healthy after their 11-day ordeal.

Thailand: New video shows trapped football team in 'good health'

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Thailand: Search for missing football team bringing unity

Religious leaders highlight spiritual bond as people of different faiths strive to rescue 12 teens and coach missing in flooded cave for nine days.

Thailand: Search for missing football team bringing unity

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Rescuers pour in to help Thailand find missing football team

Australia, UK, Japan, Laos, China, Myanmar and US are aiding the effort to find 12 boys and their coach, missing in a flooded cave for more than a week.

Rescuers pour in to help Thailand find missing football team