By Ashley Lampard • Aug 18, 2020
With the Mekong river under assault from climate change and damming, five of the Greater Mekong Subregion's filmmakers are offering their visions of what the lifeblood of Southeast Asia, and the communities that rely on it, will look like in a decades' time
By Lesly Lotha • Nov 01, 2018
With a Michelin star already under their collective belt for Paste Bangkok, chefs Bee Satongun and Jason Bailey are now looking to make their mark in Laos. Their new restaurant Paste at the Apsara, which will soon open in Luang Prabang, is the product of a long-term friendship and a desire to revive the heritage of Phia Sing, who is recognised as the godfather of Lao food
By Sebastian Strangio • May 25, 2016
The enthusiasm of tourists for Luang Prabang’s heady charms has brought prosperity to the Lao town, but is the visitor influx damaging its cultural treasures?