Asia
April 6, 2015

Student Lessons of Liberty in Nepal

The following story was contributed by Riya Basnet: Nisha Niraula and I recently visited schools in Nepal to find blind students for our braille book distribution. Through this project we developed a way of teaching children about their individuality by portraying simple…
Asia
March 16, 2015

THE BALINESE TRAFFIC ACCIDENT

The following article was submitted by Jack Blaylock, from Bali, Indonesia.  To learn more about the World Conference on Market Liberalization in Bali, click here. Many years ago I saw my first traffic accident in Bali. As a witness to…
Asia
January 13, 2015

Liberty in the Philippines

Nonoy Oplas is an economist in the Philippines, and the President of Minimal Government Thinkers Inc.   Over the past five years, he has established network and alliances with other free market-oriented think tanks in Asia and other parts of the…
Asia
August 5, 2014

Why You Should Not Visit North Korea

Hundreds of thousands of tourists visit North Korea every year, making it quite a popular tourist spot.  Guided tours can cost from $1,000 to $4,000 dollars, depending on the length of stay, and more people are paying this cost in…
AsiaEconomic PolicyEducationJonathan Gullible
May 31, 2014

Children's musical production of Jonathan Gullible in Kazakhstan

ISIL funds supported the making CD's for the children's musical production of stories from The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible. Lyudmila Людмила Мельникова and Pavel Koktyshev have accomplished a magnificent success in Kazakhstan. Along with the internet distribution, these CD's are going to schools throughout…
AsiaEconomic PolicyEducation
March 10, 2014

Japan and the Free Market

This week ISIL President Ken Schoolland joined a discussion—alongside Sean Matsumoto of Japan’s Happy Science Academy—hosted by Think Tech Hawaii about education in Japan. You can skip to 29m 27s for this part of the discussion. Government control of education…