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Scandal in the Temple

By Yasmin Lee Arpon BANGKOK — In this predominantly Buddhist country, a male is not considered a full-fledged man unless… Read More

A Rare Breed of Monks

By Yasmin Lee G. Arpon BANGKOK – Medfai is only four years old, but this early the little girl is… Read More

Indonesian journalists prepare for more legislative battles

Barely a month after his inauguration in 2009, reelected Indonesian president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono found himself implicated in a corruption… Read More

2008 Fellowship: Covering Burma

The Saffron Revolution in Burma in September 2007 and the following political and humanitarian crisis in Burma underscored two things… Read More

[Manual] Your Right to Know

 

Looking back, looking ahead: Press Freedom in Southeast Asia

20 January 2009 Source: Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) The months ahead will hold much peril and uncertainty for members… Read More

Looking back, looking ahead: The state of the press in Southeast Asia

Source: Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) The months ahead will hold much peril and uncertainty for members of the press… Read More

2007 Fellowship: Human Rights versus a culture of impunity in Southeast Asia

In 2007, Cambodia will underscore the importance of the need for justice, of the imperative to confront human rights violations,… Read More