The 2018 Malaysian general election has finally come to an end, bringing about a historic change in the country’s political landscape.
India-based Saba Industries Group, a major manufacturer and exporter of rice and other commodities in the region, plans to invest $100 million in Southeast Asia’s rice industry, aiming to become one of the largest producers and exporters in the region.
Talks between AirAsia Group and a partner to open an airline in Myanmar have stopped.
The past two decades have seen increased collaboration between Cambodia and China most noticeably in the areas of investment, trade, and development assistance.
Asean ministers met on the sidelines of the 14th Conference of Asean Ministers Responsible for Information yesterday in Singapore and agreed on a framework to combat the spread of fake news across Southeast Asia.
Vietnam celebrates its first-ever ranking as Southeast Asia’s hottest capital market.
Achieving equality of opportunity should be the goal of social policies in Asean. However, if there are structural problems that are likely to prolong inequality indefinitely, then it may be necessary to address those problems first, writes Rashesh Shresta.
A two-day regional Olympic forum is inaugurated at the Sokha Hotel.
With the US and China squaring up over trade, getting the 16-country Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) signed by the end of the year seems increasingly important for the 10 member states of Asean.
The Kingdom of Cambodia is considered one of the fastest growing economies in Southeast Asia. According to the World Bank, the Cambodian economy has grown by an average of 7 percent, in 2016 and 2017, and expected to grow by 6.9 percent in 2018.
Though malaria still poses a major threat to millions of people around the world, there has been significant progress toward eliminating the disease in severely affected areas.
Recent initiatives by China and India to gain influence in Southeast Asia, alongside radical departures from past precedent in US approaches to foreign policy, are pulling Asean members in disparate directions – much to the chagrin of current Asean chair Singapore, writes Ja Ian Chong.
Leeds United will play two friendlies in Myanmar next month where the Championship side looks to build a fanbase.
The Philippines apologize for what Kuwait viewed as violation of its sovereignty.
So, last week I finally met Marc Ching from Animal Hope and Wellness Foundation – the foundation he established nearly five years ago in the US – that “specialises in rescuing and rehabilitating severely abused animals, then work to find them amazing homes.”
Hordes of tourists clamber across the white sand with selfie sticks as Thai park rangers wade into turquoise waters to direct boats charging into the cliff-ringed cove.
Direct flights between Indonesia and Cambodia are likely in the next three months.
ShopRunBack was launched in 2014 and has been revolutionising returns management for e-merchants and retailers.
Bokator, Cambodia’s traditional martial art, has been submitted for inclusion on the official sporting discipline list.
Thai authorities seize a massive meth haul worth $38 million near the Laotian border.
Wee Tang Yee, country head of Grab Cambodia, talked about the deal and what it will mean for its operation in Cambodia.
Takehiko Nakao argues that it is an opportune moment for the GMS leaders to embrace new opportunities, including incorporating new technologies in various sectors such as education, agriculture, health, and finance.
Cambodia ranks 4th in the top ten most welcoming countries for foreign residents, the latest survey from Expat Insider shows.
Singapore’s Grab announces its acquisition of the Southeast Asia operations of its giant American rival Uber.
Najib Razak’s government to seek a parliament approval to redraw electoral boundaries.
The Education Ministry plans to build a university for sports education.
China to further open itself up to the world to ensure a level playing field competition.
From cutting-edge DNA barcoding to smartphone apps that can identify illegal wildlife sales, conservationists are turning to hi-tech tools in their battle against Indonesia’s animal traffickers.
As East Asia ushers in the Year of the Earth Dog, Japan, as a long-time partner of Myanmar, is critically viewing the mid-term tenure of the National League for Democracy government. Moe Thuzar tells why.