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What dreams are made of

May 25, 2018

Guests come to Navutu Dreams not only for its quiet luxury and full-service pampering, but also for its custom-tailored holistic wellness packages that include yoga, alternative healing and a complete range of spa services

 
Interview: Rithy Thul

One of Cambodia’s brightest entrepreneurs talks tech, startups and cryptocurrencies

By: Robin Spiess - May 25, 2018

Rithy Thul is one of Cambodia’s leading voices in technology and entrepreneurship. Originally beginning his entrepreneurial career in the tourism industry with the founding of Toursanak in 2010, he co-founded Cambodia’s first coworking space in 2011 and shifted his focus more towards technology-based startups and projects

 
Interview: Larry Vance

Author says new book solves MH370 mystery ‘beyond a shadow of doubt’

May 24, 2018

On 8 March 2014, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 left Kuala Lumpur but never reached its destination of Beijing. The aircraft disappeared, and has never been recovered. Now, veteran air crash investigator Larry Vance has released the book MH370: Mystery Solved, which claims to contain the truth behind what exactly happened

 
Hanoi land dispute

Whatever happened to… the standoff at Dong Tam

By: Bennett Murray - May 23, 2018

Last April, villagers from Dong Tam on the rural outskirts of Hanoi allegedly seized dozens of government hostages over a land dispute. Last month, locals shared a very different story – one that the government is trying hard to keep under wraps

 
Healthcare

Southeast Asia’s race to combat growing cancer crisis

By: Cristyn Lloyd - May 21, 2018

Cancer claimed an estimated 1.2 million lives in Southeast Asia in 2012, making it the region’s number one killer. And rates are predicted to skyrocket 40% by 2030. Governments are finally addressing this ongoing health crisis, forcing medical professionals to play catchup in building quality cancer care systems