101 East investigates the fate of India’s female sugarcane workers and asks why so many are having invasive surgery.
Bold, untold stories from across Asia and the Pacific. Al Jazeera’s in-depth, weekly current affairs programme from the world’s most populated region.
101 East investigates how a quarter of women across China suffer domestic violence.
We explore how Southeast Asia is struggling to cope with thousands of tonnes of medical waste during COVID-19.
Limb-lengthening surgery for cosmetic reasons is in demand in India, but it does not always end well.
A year after Hong Kong introduced a draconian security law, 101 East meets the activists who refuse to be silenced.
With the Taliban back in power, 101 East investigates the fight for justice for Afghanistan’s women.
We showcase New Zealand’s trailblazing environmental policy that aims to see the country rid of predators by 2050.
With its beaches, duty-free shopping and booming real estate, could the island of Hainan become China’s new Hong Kong?
We meet South Korea’s youngest classical music prodigies and ask what it takes to succeed on the international stage.
101 East travels to Nepal to meet the Sherpa women defying tradition to conquer the world’s highest mountain.
We investigate the plight of seafarers, abandoned at sea during the pandemic, and their quests to get home.
How India’s front-line heroes are battling the COVID-19 surge amid dire shortages of hospital beds and oxygen.
101 East explores how Myanmar’s military is crushing dissent through violence, covert interrogations and fear.
101 East travels to Afghanistan, where even newborns have become targets of war.