FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — The 264-kilometre hike from Lolosing to the summit of Taviu Hill in the central highlands of north Borneo has been dubbed the toughest hike in the world. But a group of 14 British soldiers have set off in the hope of becoming the first to complete the full length of the infamous Borneo Death March. Read more in The Diplomat.
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Since February 22, the Australian jobsite Now Hiring has offered the position of Prime Minister of Australia. Candidates will “move Australia forward and build our future whilst giving working families a fair go, protecting […]
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Nestled on the edge of Chinatown in Australia’s largest city is a vibrant and bustling street lined with pubs advertising live rock bands and row after row of businesses that wouldn’t […]
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — As the rest of the world grapples with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), their latest attacks on Paris, and what some commentators are calling the Global Jihad Insurgency, […]