This is not immediately on mediation in Asia, but you’ll see the connections if you pick up the links.
First, there’s a growing body of work on the role of information communication technologies and conflict resolution & peace (to sit alongside the work on online dispute resolution). Much of this work can be be linked to the NGO ICT4Peace, founded by former Finnish President and Nobel Peace Laureate, Martti Ahtisaari.
Have a look at the latest periodical, Peace IT which can be downloaded here: http://ict4peace.org/view_blog_posts-1-v-188.html
Much of the work relates to the potential and current uses of ICT in crisis management and mitigation; there are also strong links to the role of ICT in governance, information dissemination, and capacity building.
As a counterpoint to any sense that ICT’s provide a panacea to issues of conflict and crisis, it’s also worth looking at Evgeny Morozov’s article, Texting Towards Utopia, in the Boston Review at http://bostonreview.net/BR34.2/morozov.php.
For an idea of how this work – the role of ICT in conflict mitigation and management – is being developed in this region, and on the ways in which such media may serve as a kind of “mediating social institution”, see the work of Sanjana Hattotuwa in Sri Lanka, and the links on his web pages, especially on media and peacebuilding.