How Bangkok’s middle class live out their fears and fantasies in shopping malls.
Since her party assumed power last year, Aung San Suu Kyi has suffered a spectacular fall from grace.
Two new books from the subcontinent labour under the shadow of Salman Rushdie’s masterpiece.
Poetry by Liam Moore
The enfant terrible of Thai literature breaks rules and conventions to get to the truth.
How a poem laden with colonial clichés gained such a hold on the Western imagination.
The former pop artist has recast herself as a protest singer with political aspirations.
How a French traveller stumbled upon the Miao people and discovered their unique textile culture.
As mainstream publishers continue to ignore them, Vietnam’s young writers are going online.
Cambodians are turning to social media to keep an eye on their political masters.