Enthusiasts new to the field of Southeast Asian textile studies will appreciate Ganga to Mekong, but it is not a book for experts in the field.
Friction is nothing new in Vietnam-China relations, which have always ebbed and flowed between brotherly comradeship and outright war.
We sit looking at the screen. ‘PM lauds communist youth’ looks back at us. We’re unhappy.
Ten years after publication, Building Cambodia remains an abiding source of information about the golden age of Phnom Penh’s architecture.
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?
Thant Myint-U, Yangon-based writer, historian and heritage conservationist, says he writes ‘with an eye to what the past might say about the present.’
Khmer dance was once seen as purely decorative, but four dancers are bringing a modern dynamic into dance culture.
Because time is a loose concept in Laos, sometimes an hour or two of dinner would pass before any stories recommenced.