The striking Duryodhana lies at the heart of an international battle for antiquities
Southeast Asia’s insatiable thirst for energy has birthed a sourcing conundrum
Emboldened, Southeast Asia’s largest property markets are standing tall once more
In December, 700 cyclists from 25 countries will don Lycra for the 7th annual Angkor Bike Race and Ride to raise money for vulnerable children in Cambodia. Todd Sigaty, race founder and board member of host organisation Village Focus International, saddles up for a chat about fancy dress, medals and speedy racers
From professional journalists to bloggers and musicians, citizens are paying a high price for voicing unconformist opinions
Wahyu Widada, police chief of Tangerang, a city near Jakarta, explains why nearly 130 officers will be required to undertake compulsory physical exercise for a total of four-and-a-half hours over three days each week. The implementation of the fitness programme comes after overweight police officers proved to be too unfit to catch fleeing criminals. Their
Good: The re-election of Barack Obama should help bolster work for Ilham Anas, one of Indonesia’s most prominent impersonators of the US President, who has seen demand for his ‘talent’ steadily slow over the past four years. Bad:The Philippines has banned live media broadcasts of the Maguindanao massacre trial – backpedalling from last year’s approval [...]
As Brunei adopts the Asean chairmanship in 2013, it does so at a time of great change within Southeast Asia.
Costa Coffee opens in Phnom Penh
December’s photos of the month
Myanmar has reached its crossroads. How can it regain its position as a regional leader?
Cesar Purisima has steered the Philippine economy to a stellar performance in 2012 – but can he continue to propel the country forward in the long term?