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Hello, boys!

By: Dene Mullen - August 9, 2013

Modified motors and buxom beauties continue their age-old alliance at Southeast Asia’s largest customised car show


Appreciating art

By: Jemma Galvin - August 7, 2013

The annual Art Expo Malaysia represents more than just an exciting cultural occasion. Such events are boosting the region’s economies and attracting more investors than ever


Island paradise

By: Massimo Morello - August 5, 2013

Jakarta’s Ritz-Carlton is a perfect match for a country with big aspirations


Better with age

By: Rebecca Foster - August 2, 2013

Chivas Brothers’ James Maxwell hopes to capitalise on Southeast Asia’s burgeoning love affair with Scotch whisky


“We have a need/ fear relationship with nature”

By: Franziska Meissner - August 1, 2013

In his book, An Inordinate Fondness for Beetles, Paul Sochaczewski explores the life and travels of Alfred Russel Wallace, the self-taught British naturalist who is recognised as co-discoverer of the theory of natural selection. Wallace also spent eight years travelling in Southeast Asia, discovering over 1,000 new species of birds, ants and beetles.


FC Barcelona brings tiki-taka to Southeast Asia

By: SEA Globe - July 30, 2013

Thai and Malaysian football fans will be falling over themselves to be in attendance when Barcelona pitch up in Southeast Asia next week. Lining up with their new manager, Gerardo Martino, installed at the helm, the likes of Lionel Messi, Andres Iniesta and Sergio Busquets will be turning out in Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur for


A few dollars more

By: Sylvain Gharbi and Dene Mullen - July 30, 2013

Scrap metal collectors are risking their lives and limbs as they try to eke out an existence on the Kingdom’s minefields


Claws and fire

By: Tridivesh Singh Maini - July 29, 2013

With the stakes high in a world of diminishing resources, will Southeast Asia become the battlefield for a stand-off between India and China?