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Aung San Suu Kyi: Lannister or Stark?

In Myanmar’s ‘Game of Thrones’, the Rohingya lose as the much-revered Lady becomes much reviled.

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Life (and death) in plastic

Breaking down the synthetic material: from bathroom shelves to wastelands.

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Javanese: Of language and unity

Considering the dominance of the Javanese in Indonesian politics and culture, it’s surprising that the language is not Indonesia’s national one. Why was Bahasa Indonesia chosen instead?

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Of language and acceptance: the tale of one Iban in Johor

As political power in Malaysia continues to fracture and dissipate, it’s to be hoped that Sabahans and Sarawakians will exert greater influence - injecting their more inclusive and progressive views on the peninsula.

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India’s troubled economy

Five years on and after a deeply divisive election, the republic is facing rising poverty, especially in the rural areas: Are those in Delhi blinded by smog?

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The life of a working mother in Yangon

Juggling motherhood and work is not easy, especially when you are trying to climb up the hotel industry in Myanmar.

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Isko Moreno: The Filipino Jokowi?

From pagpag to politics: Manila's new mayor is one to watch.

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Behind Bollywood’s happy ever afters

How to make it in India's multibillion-dollar show business.

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Travels on Pelni's Nggapulu

Six days at sea with Indonesia's national shipping company.

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‘A full-time career in the gig economy? Think twice.’

THE gig economy is capitalism at its most brutal. Everybody wants to create the next “unicorn” – disrupting conventional businesses on a global scale like Airbnb and Netflix.

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Youth in revolt: What Indonesia’s student protesters want

Meet Hamzah, one of the thousands of students who took part in one of the biggest demonstrations in recent years in Indonesia.

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Influx of independent, tech-savvy Indian tourists

THE Indra Square Mall. Pratunam. Bangkok.