Muslim Uighurs living overseas say they can’t seem to escape China’s long arm of surveillance and that Southeast Asian governments have been mostly silent.
Could this be the start of a domino effect? Don't hold your breath, experts say.
A New York Times story celebrating Southeast Asia's fruity bounty (while trading in what many say are reductive stereotypes) has prompted an outpouring of criticism online.
Peranakan food comes from generations of mixing cultures, and the outcome is a delicious fusion of Asian palettes.
Jemaah Islamiyah remains a threat to the region even after Indonesian police captured numerous high-ranking group leaders, the latest being Para Wijayanto, who was involved in the 2002 Bali bombings.
Japan has a plan for the region’s waste, which involves producing power from trash.
Waste from western countries has turned parts of southeast Asia into toxic dumping grounds—and governments have had enough.
Authorities are closely monitoring several ports in Indonesia to prevent the disease from spreading.
The world's smelliest fruit strikes again.
At least that's what the country's tobacco industry hopes for.
Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam are particularly at risk.
The law is set to take effect next week.