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Thirsty for blood

By: Gregory Pellechi - April 17, 2013

A vital resource runs through the veins of the Cambodia’s youth. Life-saving services are battling to ensure it gets to those in need

 

Hunting for harmony

By: James Blair - April 16, 2013

Despite a signed agreement that paves the way for peace in Thailand, a ceasefire could be a long way off

 

United we stand?

By: Philip Heijmans - April 15, 2013

Long-overdue consolidation of the Kingdom’s mobile telecoms market may have operators feeling hopeful, but challenges remain

 

Online and upwards

By: Liam Aran Barnes - April 12, 2013

Thailand’s grand ICT plans may have stalled but the sector is showing signs of a fightback

 

Battling the bulge

By: Sacha Passi - April 11, 2013

Children in Malaysia have been labelled the fattest in the region, but their weight carries a greater burden than just their size

 

“In the refugee camp, art was just a fun children’s game”

By: Caroline Vernaillen - April 10, 2013

A firm believer in the emancipating power of art, Cambodian artist Srey Bandaul co-founded Phare Ponleu Selpak, an art school that aims to offer disadvantaged youth a way out of poverty. In his upcoming exhibition, entitled Digestion, at Phnom Penh’s Romeet Gallery, he reflects on independence and the dynamics between the outside world and the

 

No place like home

By: Claire Luke - April 10, 2013

The end of a successful US resettlement programme leaves many Burmese refugees with little hope of escaping their Thai border camps

 

The paper trail

By: Dr Markus Karbaum - April 8, 2013

More than 20 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, East Germany’s Stasi files are still throwing up some surprises – not least for those living in Cambodia

 

Fat under fire

By: Frédéric Janssens - April 8, 2013

With the number of overweight and obese people in Southeast Asia swelling at an alarming rate, have governments left it too late to fight the flab?