Anthony Kuhn International Correspondent Anthony Kuhn is currently based in Beijing, China.

Indonesia's New President Runs Into Political Challenges

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Indonesian Authorities Worried About Return Of Islamic Radicals

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Indonesian President Joko Widodo inspects an honor guard during a visit to Manila, Philippines, on Feb. 9. Widodo's supporters see him as very different from the strongmen who have long run Indonesia. But he has dismayed some of his backers with his strong support of the death penalty. Jay Directo/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Indonesia's President: Fan Of Megadeth, Defender Of Death Penalty

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Comedian Jesse Appell performs at a club in Beijing. Appell won a scholarship in 2012 to study comedy in China and has been performing on the country's small but growing stand-up comedy circuit. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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So An American Comic Walks Into A Chinese Bar ...

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Senior citizens eat dinner in the unheated dining room of their government-funded retirement home in rapidly aging Juegang Township, Rudong County, in eastern China's Jiangsu province. Just a few years ago, the town had only one such facility; now it has five. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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One County Provides Preview Of China's Looming Aging Crisis

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China's Anti-Domestic Violence Measure Falls Short, Critics Say

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2014 Got Off To A Tense Start For China

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Bodies, Debris Spotted In Java Sea

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Rescue Official Believes AirAsia Flight Is On Ocean's Floor

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U.S Turns To China For Help With North Korea Cyberattack

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Japan May Be In A Post-Growth Era, With Or Without Abe

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Lumberjack Yukiko Koyama cuts pine trees on a hillside overlooking Matsumoto City in Nagano prefecture on Japan's central Honshu island. Koyama's employment at a local timber mill is partially subsidized by a government program to get more Japanese women into the workforce. Yo Nagaya/NPR hide caption

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Is 'Womenomics' The Answer To Japan's Economic Woes?

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Chinese customs officials, like the ones shown here in August at the Lukou International Airport in Nanjing, have broad powers to confiscate items. One woman who had copies of her father's memoir seized has sued the government. Xie Mingming/Xinhua/Landov hide caption

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In China, One Woman's Challenge To The Legal System

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Japan Dissolves Parliament, Prime Minister Calls For New Elections

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