• Mar 31, 2017
Several privately funded affordable housing developments have broken ground in Cambodia but, as urban migration intensifies, can the country meet the urgent demand for social housing?
Innovation • STORY OF THE DAY • Mar 21, 2017 • 6 min read
• Mar 21, 2017
Over a glass of scotch at his lavish Bangkok penthouse, Heinecke talks about navigating the region’s tumultuous political landscapes, his rise to riches and giving up his US citizenship
Soaring demand for after-school tuition has spawned the rise of ‘super tutors’ in Singapore. But what is driving the growth of the industry, and is it negatively impacting social mobility?
Forty years after the Khmer Rouge waged a devastating war on education, Cambodia’s children still cannot access the reading materials they need to start a new chapter in their, and the nation’s history. Now, a handful of NGOs are using technology to change that
Are Bangkok’s fledgling rooftop farms a hidden goldmine for hotels and hospitality businesses? Meet the hoteliers and entrepreneurs proving that environment-focused partnerships are the best marketing tool a business can have