After working years toward his PhD, Wayne McCallum realised it wasn’t enough to write about the environment; he needed to experience it.
Author Colin Cotterill’s Dr Siri knows the only way to argue with the solemn and dogmatic cadres who litter his country, Laos, is with sarcasm and wit.
My father’s improvised experiments with Vietnamese cuisine were declared a success by family in Dublin, but what on earth would a Vietnamese foodie make of it?
Vietnamese-American literature fulfills the function of ethnic writing – proof of acceptance, no matter how grudgingly, by other Americans.
The soul of Yangon reposes in buildings built at the sunrise hours of the twentieth century by British, Indian, and Chinese settler-traders.
As a Chinese scholar once remarked, the question ‘Do you speak Chinese?’ is akin to asking ‘Do you speak Romance?’
Through his students and his writings, Benedict Anderson left a prodigious legacy for Southeast Asian studies.
William J. Rust sheds new light on the complex and often violent birth pangs of post-World War II Cambodia.
A new generation of Cambodian writers are given voice in English in Modern Literature of Cambodia.
The sixty-ninth Cannes Film Festival premiered Cambodian director Davy Chou’s first feature film, Diamond Island.