In Cambodia’s rural west, an ethical fashion brand is turning the lotus flower into a highly sought-after – and rather expensive – niche fabric
Eight opposition politicians in Thailand are facing sedition charges, the latest government crackdown on dissenting voices as a vote on a new Thai constitution draws near
Indonesia’s latest round of executions have sparked outrage amid allegations that confessions were obtained through torture of the inmates on death row
Sze Ming Woo is the founder of Gamurai, a young Singaporean technology development company that works with research institutes, industry partners and governmental bodies.
Lai Chang Wen is the co-founder and CEO of Ninja Van, an e-commerce shipping startup. Previously, he was CEO and founder of online custom apparel retailer, Marcella
Quek Siu Rui is a co-founder of Carousell, which launched in May 2012, and now oversees product and marketing. Carousell is one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing community marketplaces, with over 26 million listings and a presence in 12 major cities around the world
Over the past two decades, Southeast Asia has seen a new breed of entrepreneur – along with improved education, technology development and better government investment. But can the region become the world’s next Silicon Valley?
The National Security Council act will give Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak sweeping security powers within designated “security areas” in the country. Presented as an antidote to Islamic extremism, there are concerns it will be used to silence Najib’s critics amid the 1MDB scandal
Invigorated by a recent makeover, the Ritz-Carlton in Kuala Lumpur melds modern style with timeless luxury
Ahead of scheduled peace talks next month, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has declared a ceasefire between the government and communist rebels who have waged a bloody insurgency for nearly five decades
Coffee cultivation is putting the world’s tropical forests in peril, but some Indonesian coffee farmers are proving that ecology and economy can coexist
Massive crowds of mourners took part in a funeral procession on Sunday for Cambodian commentator Kem Ley, who many believe was killed for political reasons