For the past 40 years, New Zealand journalist John McBeth has been a familiar face in the media in Southeast Asia. As a reporter he earned his stripes the old-fashioned way, starting out on his hometown newspaper before making his way to the mastheads of Asia. Luke Hunt writes for Spectrum in the Sunday Bangkok Post.
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — India’s tradition of free speech may be facing its biggest obstacle yet, following an end-of-year government push to require Internet giants Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo and Google to filter its users content for […]
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 […]