Q&A with Jean H. Lee, former Pyongyang bureau chief for the AP
When American journalist Jean H. Lee moved to Seoul in 2008 to lead the AP's coverage of the Korean Peninsula, on her first day on the job she was given an impossible-sounding mission: to set up the first news bureau in Pyongyang.
Robert Kelly: 'The media makes North Korea look more legitimate'
During his recent visit to New Zealand, the Asia Media Centre spoke with Robert Kelly, Professor of Political Science at Pusan National University in South Korea (and "BBC Dad"), about the current situation on the Korean Peninsula.
Korean Kiwi explains why South Koreans are boycotting Japan
In recent weeks, many South Koreans have shunned anything labelled “Made in Japan” as a boycott against Japanese products spreads across the country. We asked Korean-New Zealander Onnuri Lee to tell us about the mood in Seoul.
High stakes as India erases autonomy in Jammu and Kashmir
Last week, India revoked the special status of the state of Jammu and Kashmir. What is happening and why does it matter? Sanjal Shastri, a PhD student at the University of Auckland, explains the latest developments in the dispute.