Japan will allow flights from Hong Kong and Macau to land at any airport in the country, partially reversing a rule it implemented last week for both cities and mainland China that restricted arrivals to four major airports.
Thai temples held prayers and senior leaders including the prime minister visited a hospital on Friday to wish a quick recovery for the eldest child of King Maha Vajiralongkorn, who collapsed earlier in the week with a heart condition.
The European Union and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) meet for their first summit on Wednesday to deepen economic ties, with European leaders pressing for firm, shared language critical of Russia.
South Korea's parliament has passed a motion calling for the dismissal of the interior minister over the government's response to the Itaewon crush.
Thailand celebrated the arrival of its 10 millionth international visitor of 2022 on Saturday, according to the tourism authority, as the kingdom consolidated the recovery of its COVID-battered travel sector.
Air passenger demand is likely to double globally over the next 20 years, with Asia-Pacific and the Middle East accounting for 58 percent of the volume, according to a report by Airports Council International.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s visit to Bangkok last week has opened not only a new chapter in Saudi-Thai ties but also new horizons in which officials and the people see a promising future for both kingdoms.
Malaysia's king, Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah, named Anwar as the nation's 10th leader after saying he was satisfied that Anwar is the candidate who is likely to have majority support
A total of 28 Hongkongers fell victim to human trafficking to South East Asian countries and sought help from the SAR government, Secretary for Security Chris Tang Ping-keung said on Saturday.
China has signed ‘cooperation documents’ with 149 countries and 32 international organisations, while taking on 3,000 projects as part of its Belt and Road Initiative despite accusations that Beijing is creating a ‘debt trap’.
Undersecretary for Security Michael Cheuk Hau-yip said on Friday that three Hongkongers have sought help from the authorities saying they are being held captive in Southeast Asia, in addition to eight others officials were already aware of.
A special government task force has been set up to search for Hongkongers being held by human traffickers in Southeast Asia, says Undersecretary for Security, Michael Cheuk Hau-yip.
A 28-year-old man who flew out of Hong Kong to meet his "online girlfriend" in Thailand said he was smuggled to Myanmar and held for ransom while enduring beatings for a month.