Reformasi According to Malaysiakini

By Agus Sudibyo KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysiakini – Like many of the elections held across Asia this year, Malaysia’s March 2004… Read More

A Land Left Behind

By Grace Cantal-Albasin PATTANI, Thailand – About a week after the April 28 bloodbath in Thailand’s Muslim south, Prime Minister… Read More

Learning Behind Bars

By Grace Cantal-Albasin BANGKOK – Silk is 22 years old and would have graduated from university by now had she… Read More

No News is Bad News

By Aprilian Hermawan SUPHAN BURI, Thailand – Tears welled up in Boon Choo’s eyes as he watched thousands of his… Read More

Texting as a Business Tool

By Kingkan Triyong LA TRINIDAD, BENGUET, PHILIPPINES – Their profits are several zeroes short of what the big telecommunications companies… Read More

Home in Just a Few Clicks

By Khin Maung Soe MANILA – Almost a decade after they made their debut in the Philippines, online newspapers are… Read More

Radio Reigns in Cambodia

By Kyaw Zwa Moe PHNOM PENH — Chum Kolab usually sports an earpiece that’s connected to her cute, red mobile… Read More

Queen of the Airwaves

By Kyaw Zwa Moe IT IS the most popular radio station in Cambodia, but Beehive FM105 is constantly fighting to… Read More