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Demonstrating restraint

By: Thomas McLean - September 7, 2013

In photos: Contrary to some predictions, the highly anticipated Cambodia National Rescue Party rally in Phnom Penh was a peaceful affair


The election: ten things we learned

By: Dr Markus Karbaum - September 6, 2013

With the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party gaining more seats than ever in the National Assembly, the political situation has shifted, meaning politicians and observers will be required to adjust their understanding of Cambodian politics


The big haze

By: Sun Xi - September 3, 2013

The region’s annual shroud of hazardous smog will continue to thicken until consumers start shopping smart


A man’s world

By: Frédéric Janssens - September 2, 2013

Despite it being illegal to pay the fairer sex less than men, women remain a cheap and exploitable resource on Cambodia’s construction sites


Face off

By: Colin Meyn - September 2, 2013

Lawmakers from the ruling and opposition parties sit down to discuss their visions for Cambodia’s future


The full monty

By: Rebecca Foster - September 2, 2013

Priming CIMB Bank for regional economic integration, Nazir Razak is betting big on Asean


A design for life

By: Liam Aran Barnes - September 2, 2013

With plenty of green space and a wealth of built heritage, Yangon has the potential to become a model of sustainable development


Building on success

By: Sacha Passi - September 2, 2013

As the Park Hyatt lands in Siem Reap, Sholto Smith will steer one of the Kingdom’s most anticipated new hotels


Apportunity knocks

By: Rebecca Foster and Erika Mudie - August 30, 2013

The increasing digitalisation of Southeast Asia is creating greater opportunities for startups, although it is foreign entrepreneurs who are leading the pack


Bellies without borders

By: SEA Globe - August 29, 2013

Foodies with special dietary requirements rejoice. With a few helpful tips, eating your way through the region will certainly leave you asking for more