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Whatever happened to… the Tiger Girls?

Touted as Myanmar’s answer to the Spice Girls and a potent symbol of change in the country, the Tiger Girls made a huge splash in international media around the turn of this decade. Following the inevitable split, four of the five are back and finally tasting local fame in a country now more equipped to […]

Touted as Myanmar’s answer to the Spice Girls and a potent symbol of change in the country, the Tiger Girls made a huge splash in international media …

Talking sex work and socialism with factory worker-turned-writer Lijia Zhang

Lijia Zhang’s debut novel Lotus follows the day-to-day life of a sex worker on the margins of Chinese society. Speaking ahead of her appearance at the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival this month, Zhang reflects on the struggles of many women left behind by the superpower’s rapacious pursuit of profit

Lijia Zhang’s debut novel Lotus follows the day-to-day life of a sex worker on the margins of Chinese society. Speaking ahead of her appearance …

Jet Set: Como Uma Ubud

A warren of stone walkways, lavish greenery and traditional thatched roofs set the mood at this holistic haven just outside central Ubud in Bali 

Photos of the month

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

NO PLACE TO CALL HOME
NO PLACE TO CALL HOME
Photo by: César López Balan
A Cambodian man stands in the shadowed stairwell of Phnom Penh’s White Building. First built in 1963 as social housing, the iconic but dilapidated complex has been vacated before demolition to make way for a 21-storey high rise.
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