Latest posts by Mong Palatino from November, 2009
Is Singapore a city or a country? This question seems silly since Singapore is globally recognized as an independent state. But for Singapore Law Minister K. Shanmugam, Singapore should be...
Samak Sundaravej — former Bangkok Governor, cooking show host, and Thailand's 25th Prime Minister passed away last November 24. Read the reactions from Bangkok bloggers and twitterers.
Pedestrian Observer praises Efren “Kuya Ef!” Penaflorida Jr. from the Philippines for being the 2009 CNN Hero of the Year.
Saigonnezumi features a successful Business Process Outsourcing firm in Vietnam
Singapore is reviewing the bilingual policy on education following the admission of a former Prime Minister about the flaws of that policy
Seah Chiang Nee writes how the recession is affecting Singapore's middle-class population.
Illegally terminated pregnant workers in Singapore can lodge complaints. Barnyard Chorus identifies the process on how to file a complaint with the Ministry of Manpower
Election season has started in the Philippines. Check out the TV ads of presidential candidates which have been uploaded on YouTube.
Singapore sources about half of its water supply from its neighbor, Malaysia. It has two major water agreements with Malaysia. One of these agreements will expire two years from now....
A Malaysian blogger asks if the ban on selling sand to Singapore is still in effect.
Reacting to a statement made by Malaysia's former Prime Minister about the “mistake of being too democratic”, Art Harun asserts that “The real danger to the State is the leaders...
RantingsbyMM shares a story on how she was able to get back her money from a taxi driver who overcharged her in Vietnam.
Many young Indonesians are expressing their nationalism through art.
Several regional branches of the Indonesian Ulema Council want to ban the movie ‘2012’ claiming the film's content is “unsuitable to be viewed by Muslims because only Allah knew when...
Richard Burrow from Thailand reported that temple toilets at Wat Bang Phli Yai Nai in Samut Prakan have recently built a toilet which cost as much as 5 million baht.
Pictures of the 25th Southeast Asia Games Village in Laos were uploaded by Lao Voices
Notes from Abroad observes that Australian peacekeepers armed with automatic rifles are a common sight in East Timor
Thailand-based bloggers react as the country’s former Prime Minister accepts a new role in neighboring Cambodia as economic adviser. Thai authorities are not amused. They accuse Cambodia of interfering on...