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Vietnamese rice

By: Southeast Globe - October 12, 2012

5’000: The amount of rice pledged, in tonnes, by Vietnam to flood-hit North Korea. Flooding in the reclusive state has killed at least 169 people and inundated tens of thousands of hectares of crop land since June. The disaster represents a challenge for Kim Jong-un, who is leading a nation that has grappled with severe


An interview with artist Pham Huy Thong

By: Southeast Asia Globe - October 11, 2012

“I like to create multi layers of meaning in my paintings. it’s fun to play hide and seek” Pham Huy Thong is an artist with a conscience. Raised in a politically aware family in his native Vietnam, he has gone on to create incredible works that deal with the often broken society he finds around


Get in the hole

By: Editorial - October 11, 2012

The sublime beauty of Southeast Asia provides the perfect backdrop for a quick round


The Bunong people

By: Tim Page - October 11, 2012

Altered states: Two shaman elders look across a landscape that is changing before their very eyes in Mondulkiri province 


Birth, wind and fire

By: Frédéric Janssens - October 11, 2012

Traditional beliefs surrounding birth abound in the Kingdom. While some seem amusing and harmless, others pose real health problems


Etched in time: Chin women

By: Brent Lewin - October 11, 2012

Their faces marked with intricate tattoos, an older generation of Chin women embody a dying art of ritual in one of the country’s most isolated and persecuted states. Photographer Brent Lewin captures their story


Sending out an SOS

By: Liam Aran Barnes - October 11, 2012

Recent environmental crises have made Bangkok’s need for eco-construction clear, but only a few developers are thinking green


Bug business

By: Peter Janssen - October 11, 2012

With insect intake on the rise, the industry is having to move with the times