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Beaten and burned

By: Denise Hruby - April 5, 2013

Living in fear and pain, victims of domestic violence are being ignored by society and the authorities

 

Cambodia: cider country

By: Sophie Lane - April 3, 2013

Cider, England’s ever-popular tipple, is set to make its mark in Cambodia when the first batch of the fruity brew enters a beer lovers’ market 

 

Rules of the game

By: Sacha Passi - April 3, 2013

Despite being brought into the fold of Vietnam’s high-ranking officials to help weed out corruption, Nguyen Ba Thanh is no stranger to underhand dealings

 

All that’s left behind

By: Erika Mudie - April 1, 2013

The small nation may have won its battle for ascension to the World Trade Organisation, but the financial war is far from over

 

Toxic flow

By: Ahmad Pathoni - March 28, 2013

Poisonous waste plagues Indonesia’s once bountiful Citarum River

 

A clean break

By: Southeast Asia Globe - March 27, 2013

In a pioneering project on the paradise island of Koh Samui, female prisoners are learning useful skills for life on the outside

 

Fresh and clean

By: Bridget Di Certo - March 26, 2013

The often simple techniques used by many of the Kingdom’s farmers could pave the way for an organic farming revolution