Latest posts by Mong Palatino from July, 2009
Lao Voices uploads a video which shows pollution from a paper factory in Laos.
The 25th Southeast Asian Games will take place in Laos on December 9-18. Visit the official site of the games.
Maya observes that Indonesian farmers are still suffering, especially during food crisis.
nomad4ever writes about Taal Volcano in the Philippines. His description of the volcano: A volcano on an island in a lake on an island in an ocean.
Malaysia's Prime Minister celebrated his 100th day in office two weeks ago. But many of his constituents chose to mark the event by launching the “Where is democracy?” campaign. The 711whereisdemocracy blog was set-up encouraging Malaysian bloggers to support the internet protest.
Barn owls could be used in north Laos to reduce the number of rodents which are damaging the crops planted by farmers.
New Mandala observes that football teams in Myanmar have been recruiting players from other countries.
Gavin G from Brunei posted pictures of the 2009 Britain Brunei Running Festival.
Anakbrunei posted pictures of the Worldwide Photowalk event in Brunei.
Mahaguru58 from Malaysia shares his life experience after being legally separated from his wife and kids.
Cambodia is asking the Prime Minister of Thailand to close down his website that claims that Cambodia has territories which were actually Thai territories.
Magnoy Samsara writes about a new pregnancy scam in north Thailand where girls inject a substance in their bodies to inflate their stomach. Girls do this to “obtain commitment, money, or even escape from forced marriages.”
Workers who lost their jobs after the closure of an undergarment factory held a protest action in front of a government labor office by throwing bras and panties in the air
On the day of the Jakarta bombings, Ong Hock Chuan notes that Indonesian twitterers were criticizing local TV stations for presenting premature conclusions about the blasts.
The Indonesian police released the names of those who died in the JW Marriott Hotel Bombing in Jakarta.
ygblog4 writes about how the Keong Saik Road in Singapore became a red-light district.
Singapore censors refuse to classify a political film (One Nation Under Lee) for containing video excerpts from a banned film.
Epilogos from Singapore criticizes those who eat while riding on subway trains. The blogger wants to increase the fine for this “anti-social” behavior.
Saigonnezumi visited the War Remnants Museum in Ho Chi Minh City and saw the “horrors of war”
Ed from the Philippines found out that being a senior citizen gives him several privileges when transacting in government offices.
Filipino employees of KFC, a popular fastfood chain, staged a picket-rally to protest the “illegal” dismissal of many workers in the country.