By Greg Constantine • Nov 08, 2012
Recent sectarian violence has brought renewed attention to the Rohingya. Brutal oppression is nothing new to this Muslim ethnic group, many of whom have chosen to endure a hellish existence in hostile Bangladesh rather than return to their native Myanmar
Putting people at the heart of the story.
By Dene Mullen • Oct 26, 2012
With extensive work in orphanages and schools, the Tennis Federation of Cambodia hopes to prove it is not just a game for the elite
By Don Weinland • Oct 11, 2012
The quest to keep the Khmer script alive in a digital world
By Sacha Passi • Sep 10, 2012
The Kingdom’s first generation of social workers are on a mission to right society’s wrongs
Cambodia offers a bounty of business opportunities, but will a lack of innovative spirit see locals lose out?
By Sacha Passi • Aug 10, 2012
Boeung Kak Lake
Phnom Penh's Boeung Kak lake development project has become a flashpoint for clashes over valuable land as the Kingdom develops. Will a high-profile protest movement encourage the Cambodian government to side with its electorate?
By Sebastian Strangio • Aug 01, 2012
As a new Myanmar emerges, the battle rages on for the inhabitants of Kachin, its northernmost state. Thousands of civilians have been displaced and ethnic troops have taken up arms once more to defend their homeland from government forces. Photographer Narciso Contreras captures their story
By Narciso Contreras • Jun 18, 2012
With the constitution relegating women to second-class citizens and the national army increasingly employing sexualised violence as a weapon of subjugation, Myanmar is still very much a military man’s world
By Charlie Lancaster • Jun 08, 2012
Cambodia's orphanage tourism comes under the spotlight
By Sionnie Kelly • Dec 22, 2011
Regional governments’ attempts to stifle the rise of methamphetamines is failing
By Andrew Marshall • Dec 16, 2011
As one of the world’s oldest belief systems, Buddhism has touched everyone from warrior kings to film stars
By Jet Odrerir • Oct 10, 2009