Burma – Die langen Schatten der Generäle.

Einst eine isolierte Militärdiktatur, gilt Burma heute als Musterbeispiel für eine friedliche Demokratisierung. Seit wieder Journalisten verhaftet und Proteste niedergeschlagenwerden, hat das Bild allerdings Risse bekommen. (…) Dass die neuen Freiheiten in Burma… Continue reading

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Vietnam marks 40 years since the fall of Saigon.

On April 29, 1975, North Vietnamese forces began their final attack on Saigon. After one day of bombardment and offensive, the North Vietnamese were ready to make their final push into the city, in the… Continue reading

Welcome, rainy season in Cambodia!

Burma – The cradle of China?

New research suggests Burma was the birthplace of early Chinese people.   The study, conducted by researchers with the Chinese Academy of Sciences’ Kunming Institute of Zoology, found the genetic origin of many… Continue reading

Yellow card issued for Thailand.

EU warning to Thai fishery. The European Union has threatened to impose sanctions on Thailand’s seafood exports to its lucrative market if the Thai government fails to take urgent action to eradicate illegal… Continue reading

Tsubasa Bridge – The new Cambodian attraction for locals.

The TSUBASA BRIDGE is drawing locals, travelers, tourists and vendors. Weeks after its inauguration, the new bridge over the Lower Mekong has become a tourist attraction, just to stand in the middle of… Continue reading

South China Sea: China Is Building on the Paracels As Well.

It’s not just the Spratlys, China is constructing military facilities on the Paracel Islands too. As Vietnam’s Communist Party Chief Nguyen Phu Trong met with China’s President Xi Jinping in Beijing, China’s government… Continue reading

Vietnam – Railway accidents on the rise.

Railway accidents increased during the first three months of 2015 compared with the same period of 2014. The railway accidents across the country increased by 30 compared with last year. These resulted in 37… Continue reading

Khmer Rouge – 40 years since Phnom Penh’s fall.

Phnom Penh, April 12, 1975. Twelve U.S. helicopters took off that day from the Phnom Penh Pochentong Airfield, carrying a few hundred foreigners and Cambodians to safety, away from the invading Khmer Rouge troops. The… Continue reading