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What makes Line the highest-grossing messaging app by far? Here's an introduction to some features that distinguish it from other popular messaging apps.
Chinese live-streaming apps have found a way to make money off their user-generated content, while enforcing the government's strict content rules.

A U.S. Navy destroyer sailed within 12 nautical miles of an artificial island built by China in the South China Sea, a direct challenge to Beijing that raises the stakes in disputed waters.

Hazardous smoke slowly swept across Southeast Asia in recent weeks, as blazes raged in Indonesia's peatlands. The WSJ's Diana Jou explains why this year's peatland fires are causing longer periods of haze. 

Alphabet, Google's new parent company, was unveiled on Monday. The sweeping reorganization separates its highly profitable search and advertising business from its "moonshots." The WSJ's Diana Jou has the details.

China is allowing families to have two children for the first time in 35 years, but the government may not necessarily see a swift change in the demographics. The WSJ's Diana Jou talks about the issues that could inhibit a baby boom.

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China's slowdown hasn't hit all global companies equally. The companies that do well in China's new economy are those that appeal to the middle class. Here's a look at the new wave of winners and losers.

China's economy decelerated to its slowest pace since the global financial crisis, adding to concerns about the global economic outlook. The WSJ's Alex Frangos talks about three things you need to know.

Occupy Hong Kong

Part of the team of videographers that produced more than 50 videos on Hong Kong's 2014 protest movement 

For more than 10 weeks last fall, thousands of protesters occupied Hong Kong's streets and demanded true democracy. A year later, the movement appears to have stalled. 

Raw footage captured police using tear gas to break up pro-democracy protests near Hong Kong government headquarters. WSJ's Diana Jou reports from the scene.

Thunder and heavy rain hit Hong Kong for about 10 minutes as protesters broke into song. During the rain we spoke to Benny Tai, Co-Founder of the HK Occupy movement and protesters who are entering another night of protests.

Hong Kong performing artist Denise Ho talks about her support for the student protest movement in the face of censorship in China.

Watch a time-lapse of Hong Kong's main pro-democracy camp on the day it was cleared out.

Hong Kong pro-democracy protest leaders were some of the last activists left at the main site before police hauled them away. WSJ's Diana Jou filmed the action.