Sea Globe Editorial
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Teacher trading

By: Pham Bac - January 23, 2013

Bribery is stunting the nation’s education system and sending undeserving students to the top of the class


Business blunders

By: Southeast Asia Globe - January 23, 2013

Some of the most successful companies on the planet have proved that they don’t always know best


Moving to a Bhangra beat

By: Philip Heijmans - January 22, 2013

If the Indian ambassador to Cambodia, Dinesh Patnaik, gets his way, the two nations will extend their relationship far beyond food recipes, religion and architecture


The siren song

By: Southeast Asia Globe - January 22, 2013

Packing light and riding high on a hog can unveil unobstructed mountain views and indulge all five senses


My pod

By: Lydia Tomkiw - January 21, 2013

The azure waters of unspoilt Kiluan Bay provide an idyllic setting for dolphin-spotting


Upstream battle

By: Faine Greenwood - January 21, 2013

As the death toll mounts on the Kingdom’s dam projects, a new trade union law could provide a vital lifeline


“A life without music would be incomplete”

By: Southeast Asia Globe - January 18, 2013

Award-winning pianist Boris Slutsky will perform alongside violinist Igor Yuzefovich at the InterContinental Hotel in Phnom Penh on January 26, when the winner of Catch a Cambodian Star, a global competition that will assist Cambodia’s top classical talent to continue their musical education, will be announced