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Inside the cruel world of elephant tourism

Opinion: Since 2015, World Animal Protection has visited 220 venues across Asia that use elephants to entertain tourists. The findings were worrying, but better informed tourists can be part of a crucial change, argues World Animal Protection advisor Jan Schmidt-Burbach 

Opinion: Since 2015, World Animal Protection has visited 220 venues across Asia that use elephants to entertain tourists. The findings were worrying, …

Cambodia to enter Angelina Jolie’s ‘First They Killed My Father’ into Oscars

With critics hailing Jolie’s latest work as her best directorial effort to date, the country’s oscar selection committee has confirmed the film will be Cambodia’s entry to the prestigious awards

With critics hailing Jolie’s latest work as her best directorial effort to date, the country’s oscar selection committee has confirmed the film will b…

Photos of the month

Browse the best photography on Southeast Asia, hand picked by our editorial team

THE SHADOWS WE CAST
THE SHADOWS WE CAST
Photo by: Tuy Tran Van/Sony World Photography Awards
Dawn sunshine etches the silhouettes of a trio of nuns onto the streets of Vietnam, stretched out behind them like a cathedral. Vietnam has been criticised for its persecution of the nation’s Christian minority, who are still often seen as agents of hostile Western regimes.
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