A unique newsgame/article hybrid that explores the ethical ramifications of sharing the road with self-driving cars.
Published the night of Quebec's 2018 general election, a hexagonal cartogram is used to present results and analysis.
A novel hexagonal cartogram allows readers to explore demographic data for Quebec's provincial electoral ridings. Published in the lead-up to Quebec's 2018 general election.
Voice recognition and artificial intelligence are employed to allow the audience can interview Nepali transgender activist Bhumika Shrestha about her life, work and country.
Cargo traffic passing through Asian ports is surging. An in-depth look at the impacts on the health of coastal residents and the global environment.
Asia is the world’s fastest-growing aviation market. But experts worry the continent is ill-equipped to handle the increasing traffic. Here are the major risks, illustrated through the course of a fictional flight.
Hong Kong's domestic “helpers”, usually women from Indonesia and the Philippines, are vulnerable to abuse due to their low social position. One woman’s tale of seeking justice after a horrific crime.
Japan's traditional high-school baseball regimen has produced some of the world's biggest baseball stars. But critics say the tough approach borders on child abuse. Is there a better way?
Alibaba is China’s biggest online commerce company and one of the most valuable tech companies in the world. Here’s a guide to the company, its founder Jack Ma and what its IPO will mean. (Published in lead-up to IPO.)