The sixty-ninth Cannes Film Festival premiered Cambodian director Davy Chou’s first feature film, Diamond Island.
Originally written as three novellas, Han Kang’s The Vegetarian is a short, dark, depressing but brilliant novel.
Intrigue, mystery, subterfuge, robbery and murder – think an exotic fish.
Viet Thanh Nguyen aims to ‘to be able to write fiction like criticism and criticism like fiction.’
The enigma of King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s remarkable seventy-year reign over Thailand.
Aung San Suu Kyi – who needs friends when a whole country is in love with you?
Eka Kurniawan’s epic novel has been described as magical realism, but it is also powerfully, grittily realist.
Author László Krasznahorkai despairingly fails to find any remaining evidence of Chinese civilisation in modern China.
One sport has played a surprising role in defining Laos and the Lao. Tikhi survived independence in 1954 and regime change in 1975.
I can’t say what makes us fall in love with Vietnamese food. It drugs you.