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“If the media industry and tech giants can’t figure this shit out…”

Facebook has given a boost to media veteran Alan Soon’s plans to tackle fake news and other problems plaguing digital news in Asia before governments exploit them

Facebook has given a boost to media veteran Alan Soon’s plans to tackle fake news and other problems plaguing digital news in Asia before governments …

Indonesia’s martabak masters messing with tradition

One of the archipelago’s favourite snacks is undergoing a radical reinvention, moving from Jakarta’s street carts to trendy shops offering a rainbow of flavours

One of the archipelago’s favourite snacks is undergoing a radical reinvention, moving from Jakarta’s street carts to trendy shops offering a rainbow o…

Jet Set: Jaya House River Park

On the banks of the sleepy Siem Reap river, Jaya House River Park is a stylish and sustainably minded hideaway from the bustle of downtown – and just a five-minute ride from the ruins of Angkor

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

CITIZEN CANED
CITIZEN CANED
Photo by: CHAIDEER MAHYUDDIN/AFP
A Muslim man accused of abusing three teenagers is lashed 112 times in front of dozens of local residents and officials in Jantho, Aceh province, on 10 March. Indonesia's only province that imposes sharia law, Aceh, recently caned Buddhists for the first time after two men accused of cockfighting opted for the punishment over jail time.
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