South Korea has long been known for its lack of cultural diversity. Even today, the country is more than 99 percent ethnic Koreans. But things are slowly shifting, with more foreigners moving to the country and having ethnically mixed children -- which has presented new challenges for the government and the Korean people.
The powerful image of anti-Vietnam war protesters spitting on returning soldiers. One author says it's largely a myth. That image has played a part in stigmatizing the anti-war movement for the next generation. Arun Rath of PBS FRONTLINE takes a look.
Today marks the 40th anniversary of President Richard Nixon's historic visit to China. In February 1972, in the final years of the Vietnam War, Richard Nixon flew to China to meet with Chairman Mao Zedong and Premier Zhou Enlai. The meeting has been memorialized as the triumph of Nixon's career.
The Chinese have a taste for turtle, and that's led to a rise in poaching endangered sea turtles off the coast of the Philippines. Some Philippines military leaders think the poachers may also be doing lead work for the Chinese military.
The most infamous war crime to come out of the Iraq war ended with almost a whimper. None of the Marines charged ended up facing serious punishment. Arun Rath looks at what the legal rulings mean for the soldiers on the ground and the civilians who live among them.
The New 7 Wonders group has a new, more natural list of Wonders of the World. Visiting them will take you from South America to Africa to Asia and introduce you to some of Mother Nature's most breath-taking sites.