Latest posts by Mong Palatino from April, 2010
As Red Shirt protesters in Thailand continue to press their demand for the resignation of the Prime Minister, the government is also doing everything to weaken the protests, including the...
Rambling Spoon, who spent nine days in Phongsali province in Laos, kept a diary of what they ate in Laos.
East Timor Foreign Minister Zacarias da Costa reportedly resigned his post through SMS.
Brunei Doctors Mess Club writes about the salaries received by hospital doctors in Brunei.
The 6th Philippine Blogging Summit, or iBlog was successfully held at the University of the Philippines.
anilnetto shares his views about the recently concluded by-election in Hulu Selangor, Malaysia
A mystery disease has broken out in Myanmar. Symptoms include a high fever, bruising and swollen face and legs.
Richard Barrow posts pictures of Songkran 2010 festivities in Thailand. Songkran is the start of the traditional Thai New Year.
Speaking Out Loud writes about Yan Byae Island located near the coast of Rakhine State in Myanmar. The island was listed by a website as one of the “top ten...
At least 170 people were injured in three bomb blasts in Rangoon, Myanmar during the celebration of the Burmese New Year last weekend.
Hungry Guide from Thailand visited the See Mon Market and blogged about the various Burmese food items and other products for sale in the market
Dale uploads a photo of a cross-section of a Bangkok taxi which is on display in the Museum of Siam
A song contest was launched in Laos to honor the 120th birth anniversary of Vietnamese leader Ho Chi Minh
TW doesn't think that the danger of texting while driving in Vietnam is a pandemic threat and asserts that other traffic safety issues must be given more discussion.
Thomas Wanhoff complains about the difficulty of requesting a work permit for foreigners in Vietnam
Prachatai has published the account of an anonymous soldier about the violent crackdown of the Red Shirt protest last Saturday which resulted in 21 deaths.
Reuters uploaded photos from the camera of its slain photographer Hiro Muramoto who was covering the Red Shirt protest in Thailand. An investigation is ongoing about how the crackdown on...
It’s Happy Khmer New Year in Cambodia, celebrating the year of the tiger.
Citizen videos are now online which allow us to view the violent scenes during the Saturday crackdown on the Red Shirt protesters in Thailand by the military. The clash between...
21 dead. 858 injured. These were the casualties during the Saturday violent clash between Red Shirt protesters and soldiers in Thailand. Bloggers were in the middle of the action documenting...