Sunday, February 25, 2018
Now back in West Java with 36.7 million other Sundanese, this 28-year-old Muslim woman’s experience living in predominantly Hindu Bali highlights the problems with divisive elections. When Cindy was 15, she saw a killing in front of her school in...
Following the landslide victory led by Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and the National League for Democracy in the 2015 national elections, Myanmar embarked on policy reforms of anti-corruption and foreign investment laws, which has led to an increase...
Young Papuans in an eastern Indonesian boom town are excited about the future, thanks to a resurgent economy. But will the good times last? Sorong is booming. With 9.3 per cent GDP growth in 2016 (almost double Indonesia’s average) and...
“Disruption” seems to be the catchword for anyone invested in the future of any industry nowadays as it defines new rules in the society. Its ubiquity stems from “disruptive innovation,” the main concept from Clayton Christensen that has intensified...
When the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Under-23 Championship began on the 9th January 2018 in Chuangzhou, China, the people of Vietnam were focused on something else. The Vietnamese "trial of the century" involving 22 former oil executives had begun in...
Inspired by his past, a determined refugee running a school in a Selangor suburb gives children displaced by violence the chance for a better life. Sadek Ali Hassan is a 44-year-old teacher living in Malaysia. He is also a Rohingya....
Parents seek answers in the death of son, who was burnt with a steam iron and beaten before succumbing to his injuries more than a week later. At 11.30pm on June 1, Zulkarnain Idros, a 53-year-old taxi driver, received a...
Today, we are proud to officially launch the ASEAN Economic Forum, a major initiative under Aseanite Group to bring people together to tackle the challenges facing our region and how we can address them. We humbly hope that AEF...
A batch of institutions that opened over the past decade are pushing boundaries in a region known for government censorship of art. Museums have always been both window and mirror: they provide a lens into our society while also functioning...
Trapped on a fishing boat, a determined Burmese man escapes and helps expose crimes against humanity in the name of profit. "There was no hope for us. Every day was the same. We’d wake up at 5am. I would have...

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