Tag Archives: Southeast Asia

Myanmar: Captain at the Helm

A young Myanmarese boy takes the helm of his father’s boat.

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Minorities in Vietnam: The Muslim Champa People

The beautiful rituals of the Champa people in Vietnam.

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China’s Grudge Match Against Multinationals: Biting the Hand That Fed It

What motivates China’s leaders to go up against Western companies?

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11 Reasons the Mekong River Could Spark Asia’s First Water War

China dams the Mekong, threatening other nations’ peace and livelihood

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Travelogue: Singapore Utopia

The upright and welcoming jewel of Southeast Asia.

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The New Vietnam War

Global ironies in Asia’s continuing struggle for national independence, now against China.

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Malaysia’s Complex Ties With Islam

A closer look at a country in the global headlines

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Education: Thailand’s Real State of Emergency

Will Thailand’s elite finally extend education to the masses?

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How Are You, Asian Dream?

Is the vision of Asian unity just a mirage?

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Is China Playing With American Fire?

Could such sensitive issues as Muslim relations, maritime activities and international investments tip the United States and China into greater enmity?

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