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Flappy Bird Flies Again? Vietnamese Programmer’s Tell-All
March 13, 2014
Flappy Bird Flies Again? Vietnamese Programmer’s Tell-All
Also: Flight MH370 first officer known to invite guests into cockpit, Thailand slashes rates.
Flappy Bird Flies Again? Vietnamese Programmer’s Tell-All
In Bid to Draw Tourists, Thailand Offers Free Facial Reconstruction Surgery
March 11, 2014
In Bid to Draw Tourists, Thailand Offers Free Facial Reconstruction Surgery
Also: “Amerasians” in the Philippines yearn for U.S. citizenship; Aussie with amnesia found in Cambodia.
In Bid to Draw Tourists, Thailand Offers Free Facial Reconstruction Surgery
Singapore Braces for Haze Ahead of Indonesian Burn
February 13, 2014
Singapore Braces for Haze Ahead of Indonesian Burn
Also: Thailand braces for Friday rallies, Flappy Bird suicide hoax crops up on social media.
Singapore Braces for Haze Ahead of Indonesian Burn
Why Rice Is Heating Up Politics in Thailand and the Philippines
February 12, 2014
Why Rice Is Heating Up Politics in Thailand and the Philippines
A failed farming subsidy and rice smuggling have led to political discontent in Southeast Asia.
Why Rice Is Heating Up Politics in Thailand and the Philippines
Thailand Election by the Numbers
February 04, 2014
Thailand Election by the Numbers
Despite strong overall voter turnout, some Thais were left unable to cast a ballot.
Thailand Election by the Numbers
No Winners, Only Losers in Thailand’s Elections
February 03, 2014
No Winners, Only Losers in Thailand’s Elections
Marred by protests, the weekend vote hardly signals the end of Thailand’s troubles.
No Winners, Only Losers in Thailand’s Elections
Philippine Police: Sinaloa Cartel Hitmen Have Targeted Arrested Members
January 23, 2014
Philippine Police: Sinaloa Cartel Hitmen Have Targeted Arrested Members
Also: Indonesian president supports abused maid, Thai general to deploy army if police lose control.
Philippine Police: Sinaloa Cartel Hitmen Have Targeted Arrested Members
Fast Food Outlets Cash in On “Bangkok Shutdown”
January 15, 2014
Fast Food Outlets Cash in On “Bangkok Shutdown”
Also: Indonesia explains mineral export ban, push for increased animal protection in Singapore.
Fast Food Outlets Cash in On “Bangkok Shutdown”
Thailand on the Brink
January 10, 2014
Thailand on the Brink
As the capital Bangkok braces for a shutdown, the turmoil looks set to continue.
Thailand on the Brink
Southeast Asia: 10 Trends to Watch For in 2014
January 08, 2014
Southeast Asia: 10 Trends to Watch For in 2014
From Thai turmoil to ASEAN integration, it promises to be an interesting year for the region.
Southeast Asia: 10 Trends to Watch For in 2014
A Mexican Drug Cartel is Selling Meth in the Philippines
December 27, 2013
A Mexican Drug Cartel is Selling Meth in the Philippines
Also: Thai protesters brave tear gas and rubber bullets, garment workers in Cambodia stage rally.
A Mexican Drug Cartel is Selling Meth in the Philippines
Indonesian Men Freed after Allegedly Killing, Eating Orangutan
December 05, 2013
Indonesian Men Freed after Allegedly Killing, Eating Orangutan
Also: Thai protestors trade banners for brooms, nearly 20k evacuated in Malaysian floods.
Indonesian Men Freed after Allegedly Killing, Eating Orangutan
Paul Walker’s Charity, ROWW, Was Among Haiyan First Responders
December 03, 2013
Paul Walker’s Charity, ROWW, Was Among Haiyan First Responders
Also: Thai police chief to crack down on leakers, AirAsia top LCC at travel awards.
Paul Walker’s Charity, ROWW, Was Among Haiyan First Responders
Thailand: Protestors Whistling Their Way to Democracy
November 21, 2013
Thailand: Protestors Whistling Their Way to Democracy
Thailand’s politics, yet again, takes an extra-parliamentary turn.
Thailand: Protestors Whistling Their Way to Democracy
Does Thai Amnesty Bill Herald Thaksin’s Return?
August 09, 2013
Does Thai Amnesty Bill Herald Thaksin’s Return?
Amid debate over a proposed amnesty bill, tensions rise and rumors of a coup grip Thailand.
Does Thai Amnesty Bill Herald Thaksin’s Return?
Behind the Mask: Thailand’s Latest Political Movement Takes to the Streets
June 12, 2013
Behind the Mask: Thailand’s Latest Political Movement Takes to the Streets
The masked protesters are the latest development in an ongoing fight for political control.
Behind the Mask: Thailand’s Latest Political Movement Takes to the Streets
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