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First-hand reporting from across Southeast Asia, covering current affairs, business, society and lifestyle.
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Southeast Asia Globe Nov 17
This week in pictures: a demonstration in Kuala Lumpur, a showcase of traditional tribes in the Philippines and Vietnam celebrates Gay Pride
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Southeast Asia Globe Nov 17
In case you missed it: Vietnam performed the best of 151 countries in a study that assessed quality of life versus environmental sustainability. But despite its achievements, the best-performing nation still fails to meet the sustainability demands
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Southeast Asia Globe Nov 16
From the archives: In Phnom Penh and Penang, experts in art conservation are meticulously preserving Cambodia’s artistic legacy, but a punishing climate and scarcity of resources have forced them to get creative
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Southeast Asia Globe Nov 16
The : "It’s an important day for international jurisdiction and Cambodia.” and Samphan have both been convicted of
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Southeast Asia Globe Nov 15
Vietnam-based French photographer Réhahn is on a quest to capture the cultures of the country’s 54 tribes with his camera
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Southeast Asia Globe Nov 15
Kampong Thom is usually no more than a quick food stop for tourists on their way to or from the temples of Angkor but its serene beauty and ancient ruins should not be missed
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Southeast Asia Globe Nov 14
Traces of Thailand's "Father of Democracy", Pridi Banomyong, are being erased as the military-junta is preparing the country for its first elections since the 2014 coup
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Southeast Asia Globe Nov 14
Cambodia’s capital is a fascinating blend of traditional and modern. Even as the skyline reaches ever upward, the city manages to retain a small-town vibe. With swanky bars and restaurants fit to grace any capital, this city is definitely worth a visit
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Southeast Asia Globe Nov 14
The fatal muay Thai accident of a young boxer has ignited debate on the potential dangers of the sport for children
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Southeast Asia Globe Nov 13
Upcoming actor Lien Binh Phat was awarded the Gemstone Award at the for his performance in this year's film "Song Lang"
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Southeast Asia Globe Nov 13
Engel Tanzil saw a lack of government-supported space for the arts in Jakarta. This spurred her to create the gallery -- and an artistic centre in the city
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Southeast Asia Globe Nov 12
China is investing billions in Cambodia’s economy, outspending even the Kingdom’s national budget. But as more Cambodians raise fears of crime and corruption, could rising public resentment lead to racially motivated violence? reports
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Southeast Asia Globe Nov 12
No visit to Cambodia is complete without laying eyes on the splendour of Angkor Wat making Siem Reap the most-visited destination in the Kingdom. But to get the best out of Siem Reap, has put together a guide of the best for your visit
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Southeast Asia Globe Nov 12
Sponsored: Musica Felice will be presenting their first open air concert, featuring 1930s jazz classics, festive favourites and much more in the Sofitel garden. Join them for an afternoon of heartwarming music to share with family and friends
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Southeast Asia Globe Nov 12
From the archives: On the outskirts of Bandung in Indonesia, a brutal spectacle that pits fighting dogs against wild boars has held sway for almost half a century. This bloody photo montage shows the horror of such fights
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Southeast Asia Globe Nov 12
The construction industry in Cambodia is booming but many Cambodians find themselves paying that cost brick by brick. This concludes the three-part series about the true costs of ’s building blocks by and
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Southeast Asia Globe Nov 11
Sponsored: Call for applications to apply innovative solutions to improve urban mobility in Cambodia! Anyone with ideas or already working on it are highly encouraged to apply before 26 Nov!
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Southeast Asia Globe Nov 11
Today marks 100 years since the end of World War I and though Southeast Asia was left relatively unscathed by the war, the reverberations of the conflict were felt in the region for decades
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Southeast Asia Globe Nov 10
Cambodia’s coast offers you hillside resorts, beach towns, pristine waters, remnants of colonial buildings and much more. Plan a quick getaway for the upcoming holidays with our guides
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Southeast Asia Globe Nov 10
The week in pictures: Myanmar held a by-election with surprising results, Thailand is hosting its first Bangkok Art Biennale and Australian nun Patricia Fox is expected to leave the Philippines on Sunday
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