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Just one millimetre

By: Marta Kasztelan - April 7, 2015

Female genital mutilation has sparked controversy worldwide, but for some Malaysian Muslims it’s seen as a religious duty


The rise and rise

By: David Hutt - April 6, 2015

Marc Townsend, managing director of CBRE in Cambodia and Vietnam, discusses the two countries’ revitalised property markets and why affordable housing will be the next big thing


Home on the farm

By: Daniel Besant - April 2, 2015

With an ageing population and little space to grow food, Singapore needs to innovate. One project aims to address these pressing issues


Doctor in the house

By: David Hutt - April 1, 2015

The appointment of Rui Maria de Araújo as the new prime minister of Timor-Leste signals a generational shift, with many pegging the young turk to ably fill the shoes vacated by the country’s independence hero


A design for life

By: Daniel Besant - March 25, 2015

Award-winning social entrepreneur Reese Fernandez-Ruiz talks to Southeast Asia Globe about employing business nous in an ethical enterprise


Rites of our ancestors

By: Agung Parameswara - March 24, 2015

The animist beliefs of Marapu are a basis for guidance, cultural identity and social values on the Indonesian isle of Sumba