The thinking man’s troublemaker: Noam Chomsky

Derided by Washington powerbrokers and ignored by swathes of the mainstream media, Noam Chomsky is, nonetheless, said to be the eighth most frequently cited academic source of all time – coming in just below Plato and Freud. Southeast Asia Globe spoke with the world’s most famed public intellectual and political firebrand about the growing threat

Going Green: Angkor Golf Resort

With a handful of top-class courses and glorious weather, Cambodia is proving a hit with golfers looking for some tee along with their temples. David Baron, director of golf at Angkor Golf Resort, talks us through the options for a quick round in the Kingdom

He’s a monster: Chris Pratt

Actor Chris Pratt, known variously as Monkeyboy to his friends, Star Lord in Guardians of the Galaxy and now dino expert Owen Grady in Jurassic World, has come a long way in a short time. Here he talks about breaking the mould, sticking to the masterplan and his love of cockroaches

“I feel like I really come alive when I’m visiting artists in their studios and looking at the work they make”

As senior curator at the Singapore Art Museum, Tan Siuli is responsible for seeking out new talent and buying artworks in Indonesia. Following the launch of the museum’s latest exhibition, After Utopia: Revisiting the Ideal in Asian Contemporary Art, she speaks about her passion for the region’s creative talent