Eurasian actress, model and content creator Asha Cuthbert talks to Kate Whitehead about growing up ‘different’ in Hong Kong, confronting the haters and racists and becoming an LGBTQ role model.
Korean is one of fastest-growing languages in world, sometimes ahead of Mandarin; ‘enjoying Korean drama, movies, K-pop might be a way people cope with stressful lives’.
Kris-making faces death by a thousand cuts, including from rising costs and the passing of great smiths. Indonesia’s Mangmong Lembu Bara is hoping to reverse that trend.
Iraqi activists protested to demand a law against domestic violence, days after a YouTuber was strangled by her father in a killing that sparked outrage in the conservative country.
Ria Ricis, who has 30.8 million subscribers on YouTube, posted a clip showing her husband holding their daughter in one hand while steering a personal watercraft with the other – sparking a debate on the child’s safety.
Before Single’s Inferno, Nadine Lee went viral on YouTube for acing her applications at Harvard, Princeton and Yale – so who is the beautiful brainiac?
Activists say ‘eve-teasing’, or female-targeted sexual harassment, is a growing social menace experienced by most Indian women.
Deddy Corbuzier’s political connections are being scrutinised after he was given the titular rank of lieutenant colonel despite having no military experience.
President Bajram Begaj said the Grammy winner was granted citizenship because she has made Albanians famous throughout the world.
Two of Hong Kong K-pop cover dance crew Chocomint HK’s Blackpink cover videos recently went viral. The women talk about their success and their ‘incredible’ love of K-pop.
She was most well-known for her K-pop covers, but now there’s a reward out for her whereabouts … what else do you know about Nutty, the Thai YouTuber and possible swindler?
Nutty, who had more than 840,000 YouTube followers, often showed off her luxury cars, watches and property on social media.
Take a peep inside beauty YouTuber Jeffree Star’s mega mansion, which sits in the same neighbourhood as Kim K, J. Lo, and Will Smith
We talk to the director and stars of tragicomedy #LookAtMe, which follows a young YouTuber in Singapore who ends up in jail after challenging homophobia and standing up for LGBTQ rights.
A gym bunny, supermodel, actress and entrepreneur … what else do you know about Logan Paul’s rumoured GF, Danish Victoria’s Secret model Nina Agdal?
Zoe Discovers wants to showcase daily North Korean life, and counter the Western narrative that recycles the same stark photos and catchphrases about the totalitarian state.
You’d think car-mad YouTuber Alex Hirschi had seen it all, but a US$40 million mansion in the middle of the ocean with an underwater garage shocked even her …
Singapore-based influencer and real-life Crazy Rich Asian socialite Jamie Chua shows off her luxury collection of Hermès bags – which are made of everything from calfskin to crocodile hide.
How Anastasia Karanikolaou became a model, influencer and BFF of Kylie Jenner, even launching a make-up line with the billionaire called Kylie x Stassie
VTubers, or virtual YouTubers, are the latest in Japan’s virtual entertainers. They have seen increasing growth in the country in the past few years – and Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) is predicting they will go global.
Artists are using Shorts, YouTube’s short video TikTok competitor, to rapidly grow subscribers, as Google’s video platform bets on combination of short- and long-form video.
Harumichi Shibasaki was nearly 70 when he began making YouTube art tutorials from his quiet home in the Japanese countryside. Five years on, he has 1.4 million subscribers.
The chaos of living in a world disrupted by Covid-19 turned a former clutterbug into a cool, calm and collected minimalist.
Meet the father-son cooks and hosts of Made with Lau and Hunger Pangs, two YouTube shows where they bond over food and show how to cook dishes such as fried rice and General Tso’s chicken.
A YouTube video shows Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jnr talking of reliance on a “troll army” to “keep political fortunes alive”.
From his early days on MySpace to today’s 16 million YouTube followers, self made make-up mogul Jeffree Star has been able to amass a US$200 million fortune, but how does he like to spend it?
Monday’s ruling is one of the first where Google was deemed an active publisher – via YouTube – of content that defamed an elected official.