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Southeast Asia Globe
First-hand reporting from across Southeast Asia, covering current affairs, business, society and lifestyle.
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Despite the government’s efforts, these islands still struggle to figure out what to do with their wastewater and garbage
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Southeast Asia Globe 23h
With 9 million people sleeping hungry in the country, FoodCycle believes in zero waste and zero hunger. It was launched last year to donate wedding leftovers to the programme’s partner organisation, Foodbank of
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Southeast Asia Globe Sep 19
A Chinese replica of Angkor Wat has been built in honour of the annual China-Asean exposition and visitors can’t tell whether they are in Cambodia or Nanning
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Southeast Asia Globe Sep 19
From the archives: Finding alternative energy options for Mynamar. This article is part of our series on clean energy in the lead up to the conference
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Southeast Asia Globe Sep 18
While the younger generation seems less inclined to eat cat and dog meat and the law appears to have welcomed initial support, some locals urge that eating dog meat is a tradition that should not be outlawed
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Southeast Asia Globe Sep 17
Canadian inventor Phil Nuytten want to fulfil his true life’s dream: the first human settlement on the seabed
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Southeast Asia Globe Sep 17
Southeast Asia Globe speaks to political analyst on the politics behind the story of President Rodrigo Duterte withdrawing the amnesty of vocal government critic Senator Antonio Trillanes, and issuing a warrant for his arrest
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Southeast Asia Globe Sep 17
Cambodian entrepreneur and his team are launching Koompi, the Kingdom's first homegrown laptop.With the aim of bringing high-rate technology to the Cambodian market, he hopes that this can inspire future generations
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Southeast Asia Globe Sep 17
in case you missed it: explore 's Tiong Bahru neighbourhood and discover a butchery, bakery and a bookshop
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Southeast Asia Globe Sep 15
Today, millions of people from 150 countries around the world will gather to collect illegally dumped rubbish for From the archives: GoGreen Cambodia launch an app to encourage people to clean up the streets
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Southeast Asia Globe Sep 14
“Solar energy is the cheapest form of generation for off-grid communities” This article is part of our series on clean energy in the lead up to the conference
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Southeast Asia Globe Sep 13
Typhoon Mangkhut – also known as Typhoon Ompong in the Philippines – is expected to have a high humanitarian impact, as it threatens to affect 10 million people in the
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Southeast Asia Globe Sep 13
There are many obstacles that prevent from using electric transportation in Cambodia. One being that the Cambodian government has not yet initiated or provided support in this area
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Southeast Asia Globe Sep 13
Sponsored: Soklim opened her first restaurant, Eleven One Kitchen, in 2014 ’s first 99% plastic-free restaurant serves traditional Khmer dishes using local ingredients whenever possible
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Southeast Asia Globe Sep 12
From the archives: as the European Parliament gets ready to vote today on whether it should enforce sanctions on , the discussion could see the EU scrap its Everything But Arms agreement with the Kingdom
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Southeast Asia Globe Sep 12
With refusing to accept the low-grade plastic waste that the West once poured there, the developing nations of Southeast Asia are buckling beneath the weight of the world’s redirected refuse
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Southeast Asia Globe Sep 12
Endorsed by the and , is trying to bring electricity and financial inclusion to underserved populations. This article is part of our series on clean energy in the lead up to the conference
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Southeast Asia Globe Sep 11
Asean countries are beginning to display caution towards China’s massive infrastructure investments. Khor Yu Leng, an expert on Chinese investment in the region, talks with Southeast Asia Globe about this trend and the possible political fallout
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Southeast Asia Globe Sep 10
Smart Axiata announced today that it would be hosting US popstar at its annual Smart Mega Concert in Phnom Penh later this year
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Southeast Asia Globe Sep 10
After about a decade of heavy sand dredging in the waterways of ’s Koh Kong province, a fishing community once recognised internationally for its rich ecosystem is struggling to fill its nets and crab cages
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