Talk Asia is a monthly program that explores the personalities behind newsmakers in the fields of arts, politics, sports, business and more.
He's often referred to as the G.O.A.T, or the greatest of all time. At 40, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is playing better than ever, defying the limits of age in a sport known for its relentless athleticism and brutal take downs.
A career civil servant, Carrie Lam's decades of government experience has brought her to the top of Hong Kong's political sphere. Her role as the new chief executive will be vital, acting as the go-between for the Chinese Central Government and Hong Kong.
South Korean actor Gong Yoo is one of Asia's most popular and in-demand actors today. He captivated television audiences in the hit drama, Goblin and left moviegoers shaking in their seats in the zombie flick.
CNN’s Manisha Tank spends an afternoon with the retail and banking tycoon as she opens up about why being a woman is not a barrier for her, why it’s important to have “crazy ideas”, and shares her opinion on the many Filipinos that chose to work abroad.
Bimbimbap, Kimchi, Dukbokki - Korean food has sparked a global craze and chefs around the world are bringing the best of the cuisine to the West. On this special ‘Talk Asia’, CNN International correspondent Sumnima Udas goes on a culinary adventure to South Korea to explore the tastes at the heart of Korean fare.
She's been called the most powerful woman in fashion. The Vogue editor–in-chief, Anna Wintour, sits down with us in Beijing. This year's Costume Institute exhibition, called "China: Looking through the Glass", and The Met Ball, happening in May, focus on Chinese imagery, art, and fashion.
This month CNN’s ‘Talk Asia’ dips into the world of celebrity restaurateur Michael Chow. While perhaps best known for his star-studded ‘Mr. Chow’ restaurants in cities such as London and New York, it’s his passion for art that brings him back to China for his first solo exhibition in half a century.
Wooing audiences in Hollywood and Bollywood, Irrfan Khan is one of a handful of homegrown Indian stars successfully bridging an award-winning career in the East and West. We meet the "Life of Pi" star in Mumbai to talk movies, the future and why he cheated to get into drama school.