|Philippine||Galang = Respect for Filipina Lesbians, Part 1||December 1, 2015||An NGO on living situations , the law and movement for change|
|Galang = Respect for Filipina Lesbians, Part 2||December 23, 2015|
|Sunshine Joe through Our Eyes||March 15. 2014||Aida Aspiras and Imelda Marcos on Marcos’s press secretary, Joe Aspiras|
|From a Squatters’ Village to a Housing Project||February 3, 2014||Involuntary relocation|
|Scrap Pork||December 10, 2013||Network against corruption|
|Portrait of a Filipina Feminist, Part 1||February 2, 2013||Story of a political activist|
|Portrait of a Filipina Feminist, Part 2||February 17, 2013||Reproductive Health Bill.
|A Writer on Sexual Health, Part 1||July 6, 2011||Issues of sexuality in this very Catholic country|
|A Writer on Sexual Health, Part 1||July 18, 2011|
|Filipine Reproductive Health Bill, Part 1||June 8, 2011||Why the bill is necessary|
|Filipine Reproductive Health Bill, Part 2||June 21, 2011||A proponent satirizes the opposition|
|Korea||A South Korean Prisoner of Conscience||January 31, 2012||A student demonstration leads to 18 months in prison|
|Looking Back, Part 1||September 29, 2011 (interview in 2007||Korea and the assassination of Park Chung-hee
|Looking Back, Part 2||October 14, 2011 (interview in 2007)|
|Looking Back, Part 3||September 29 and October 14, 2011 (interview in 2007)|
|A View of the Korean Women’s Movement||June 20, 2010 (interview in 2001 with supplements).||A professor of women’s studies and others.
|A Priest’s View of Human Rights in Korea||May 9, 2010 (interview in 1989).||The military dictatorships of Park Chung-hee and Chun Doo-hwan|
|A Skeptic’s View of the Korean Student Movement||April 25, 2010 (interview around 1991).||An American student’s perspective.
|China||Last Days in China, Part 1||August 17, 2011 (interview in 1990)||a student of Sino-American relations on the 1989 pro-democracy movement in Tiananmen Square|
|Last Days in China, Part 2||September 9, 2011 (interview in 1990).|
|In a Chinese “Model Village”||December 17, 2009||My look at at the new Responsibility System in 1986|