As the owner and director of Feedback Asia and Gig Life Asia, Priya Dewan is hooked into the region’s music scene. She discusses how she has tapped into the business opportunities surrounding music festivals
Acclaimed French director Xavier de Lauzanne sat down with Southeast Asia Globe to discuss his new documentary, Les Pépites, which looks at the story of Phnom Penh-based NGO Pour un Sourire d’Enfant
Ahead of his performance at the International Jazz Festival Phnom Penh, Cambodian musician Jimmy Kiss sat down with Southeast Asia Globe to discuss his first foray into jazz and drawing inspiration from the Cambodian countryside
Every year, men on the remote Indonesian island of Sumba participate in a deadly gladiatorial joust. Southeast Asia Globe journeyed to the isolated isle for a glimpse of this sacred harvest ritual, where blood must flow to fertilise the earth
Meet the top talent pumping out dance tracks around the region
In Southeast Asia to headline It’s The Ship, the largest floating dance musical festival in the region, the pair behind one of Stockholm’s most eccentric electro house acts sat down for a chat with Southeast Asia Globe People who listen to Dada Life tend to be pretty eccentric. Do you like to keep it weird?
Legendary DJ Pete Tong has been a giant of the global dance music scene for three decades. Ahead of his appearance at IMS Asia-Pacific, a dance music conference he founded, Tong spoke to Southeast Asia Globe about his start in the industry, building a lasting dance music scene in Asia and trying to unearth the
This year’s Kampot Writers and Readers Festival will display Cambodia’s finest in arts and culture
A household name on the back of his roles in TV hits Knight Rider and Baywatch, David Hasselhoff has parlayed his celebrity into an enduring career involving acting and singing – and generally poking fun at himself. Ahead of his appearance this month as captain of It’s the Ship, Asia’s largest floating electronic dance music
The resurrection of two long-lost classic films is a stark reminder that Southeast Asia’s rich cinematic heritage is in danger of fading away
Southeast Asia has been hailed as the next big market for video streaming startups, with local telcos joining forces with big name studios to deliver both Hollywood and local content to the masses. Can the US streaming sensation Netflix, which officially launched in the region in January, now compete with these more affordable local rivals?
Perceived by most to be run by gangsters and corrupted by gamblers, one of the world’s most graceful combat sports is in danger of extinction. Southeast Asia Globe investigates Muay Thai’s slow and painful death