• AsiaWATCH

    Breaking Needles in Broken Veins

    Luke Hunt, on the road to recover, questions those who query the rights of the elderly during these Covid times—in this, the second part—of his personal medical account. Part ll. “Covid, senicide and shades of [...]
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    Dancing with Mortality

    A near-death experience raises a question for Luke Hunt—international correspondent and author—’should I stay or should I go?’ “… my life review – a euphemism for near death experience or NDE – really didn’t do [...]
  • Foreign Correspondence

    Podcast: Glen Felgate

    British journalist and television producer Glen Felgate has just published his first book, “From Phnom Penh with Love; Confessions of a Media Executive,” a fictional tale of a war correspondent hired by a Cambodian businessman [...]
  • AsiaWATCH

    Mekong Drought

    PHNOM PENH – As the monsoon gets underway across Indochina, farmers and fishermen are praying for rain after a lengthy drought — aggravated by climate change and dam construction.  This year the Mekong River has seen [...]
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    Cambodian Leadership

    PHNOM PENH – Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has groomed his eldest son as a potential successor ever since that son, Hun Manet, graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point almost 20 years [...]
  • Foreign Correspondence

    Podcast: Marissa Carruthers

    Marissa Carruthers is a British journalist who spent 10 years working on newspapers in England before moving to Cambodia in 2012. Since then she has edited various publications in Cambodia and contributed to many regional [...]
  • AsiaWATCH

    Honour Killing

    The tragic murder of a 16-year-old schoolgirl will sorely test the judiciary in Indonesia, where Islamic hardliners are increasing their grip on a moderate society deeply upset by what has been described as the country’s [...]
  • Foreign Correspondence

    Podcast: Marcus Hardtke

    Marcus Hardtke graduated in environmental law before moving from his native Germany to Southeast Asia where he has earned a non-nonsense reputation when dealing with illegal trading in wildlife and timber more than 25 years [...]
  • AsiaWATCH

    Reclaim Angkor

    SIEM REAP, CAMBODIA – The new coronavirus has left its mark on Angkor Wat, the world’s top tourist attraction. Foreign visitors are rare, the elephants are being rehoused and local businesses have gone bankrupt, but [...]
  • AsiaWATCH

    COVID Wildlife

    PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA – Illegal wildlife markets could be consigned to the dustbins of history within five years amid a public outcry over their capacity to spread disease, and a widespread belief that the trade [...]