How This Small Himalayan Country May Overturn the South Asian Region

This article was originally published in The Eurasia Review on Aug 13, 2021.

About the author: Seong Hyeon Choi studied a Master of International Public Affairs at the University of Hong Kong and is currently working as a student writer for ASIAR — Asian Religious Connections, a research cluster under…

How ideas and faith can cross the ocean and lay their roots in different cultures

This article was originally published in Eurasia Review on Aug 10, 2021.

About the author: Seong Hyeon Choi studied a Master of International Public Affairs at the University of Hong Kong and is currently working as a student writer for ASIAR — Asian Religious Connections, a research cluster under the…

How Muslims responded — and the implications for China today.

This article was originally published in Eurasia Review on July 21, 2021.

About the author: Seong Hyeon Choi studied a Master of International Public Affairs at the University of Hong Kong and is currently working as a student writer for ASIAR - Asian Religious Connections, a research cluster under the…

From the earliest days, China’s interactions with the Middle East were based not only on trade, but on religious and cultural connections.

Islamic Holy Place — Photo by zurijeta

This article was originally published in The Diplomat on July 05, 2021.

About the author: Seong Hyeon Choi studied a Master of International Public Affairs at the University of Hong Kong and is currently working as a student writer for ASIAR — Asian Religious Connections, a research cluster under the…

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Since the reform and opening in 1978, China has undergone massive transformations in almost every aspect of social life. This created a tremendous amount of anxiety among Chinese urbanites who embarked on a quest for newly-defined success and happiness. In this dialogue, Anna Iskra (postdoctoral fellow at the HKIHSS) shares…

ASIAR - Asian Religious Connections

In-depth stories and insights about the religious and spiritual fabric of today’s Asia.

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