New research shows that plastic waste in our oceans is far worse than previously thought, and Southeast Asian nations are among the worst offenders
Sébastien Duffillot co-organises the Elephant Caravan, an event that will see a team of 12 elephants trek 630km across Laos
Creating human skin and functioning livers are just two of bioprinting’s possibilities, and Singapore is hoping to become a global player in the business of mending mortals
Pauline Cheung has worked in hospitality for 20 years. As a frequent flyer and group sales and marketing director for Plaza Premium Group, which runs independent airport lounges and airport services worldwide, she imparts her advice on ensuring a smooth journey
The Philippines’ economy has been outperforming its regional neighbours in recent years and could remain a star player despite some pressing issues
Huge numbers of males are raped in Cambodia. So why do these horrific crimes remain largely ignored by rights organisations and the media?
Singapore’s long-ruling People’s Action Party was recently voted back in with a strong mandate. Tharman Shanmugaratnam is one of the party’s leading lights, with many tipping him to be the next prime minister
A bona fide star musician in his native Australia, with a career spanning more than four decades, Paul Kelly has recently found success in the world of literature. He spoke to Southeast Asia Globe ahead of an appearance at this month’s Kampot Writers and Readers Festival in Cambodia
One Championship is famed for its high-octane mixed martial arts events that combine elbow-striking action with red-carpet glamour. Southeast Asia Globe was granted unprecedented access to their most recent fight night to witness what goes on behind the scenes at one of Asia’s most dazzling sporting spectacles
The National League for Democracy is staking everything on the popularity of its leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, in Myanmar’s national election. But is the party ready for whatever comes next?
With the woods required to craft guitars in dangerously high demand, an experienced yet enterprising Yangon luthier is championing sonic sustainability by utilising obscure local timbers
We asked some of the country’s finest Cambodian chefs to prepare their favourite dishes and share their stories. The results were never anything less than scorching