Asia Pacific Report- New ZealandIndependent news reporting by a multitude of authors in the region. It covers all of the nations in both Asia and the Pacific Islands and can be sorted by them as well.
AsAmNewsHere you will find a full roundup of headlines and blogs about the Asian American community from both mainstream and ethnic media. Special emphasis is placed on featuring stories about Asian Americans breaking stereotypes and making contributions in both the mainstream and the Asian American communit
Largest circulating English language newspaper in Bangladesh. They report on news in Bangladesh including sections on Life & Living, entertainment, culture as well as news in the greater Asia continent.
Second largest newspaper in Japan by circulation. It also tends to be left leaning. It reports on a wide variety of topics including but not limited to national, political, and cultural news including style in the nation, movies, and anime/manga.
English language tabloid newspaper published in Malaysia. It is the most popular English language newspaper in the country and reports on local news including among other things the lifestyles, business, and food in the area.
The official North Korean News Agency. Use google translate to read in English. Reports on foreign relations, north-south relations, culture, politics and much more. Content can be purged from time to time depending on the state's narrative at the moment.
News source from the Cook Islands in the Pacific Ocean. Here you can find up to date news articles on a multitude of topics relevant to the Cook Islands as well as the greater pacific region. Majority of articles are free to access.
Most widely read publication in Nauru. It is published by the government for the Republic of Nauru and reports on the happenings of the country and updates from the government. Click on the links to the right side of the screen to download the weekly newspapers.
Samoa’s biggest group of newspapers producing three titles during the week: the Samoa Observer published from Monday to Friday, the Weekend Observer published on Saturday, and the Sunday Samoan on Sunday