Latest posts by Preetam Rai from August, 2007
New Mandala reports on the continuing protests against the fuel price rise in Myanmar.
Bangkok Pundit says Thai people can now access the previously banned YouTube site but couple of other video sites are not working.
Little Bridge finds African students taking the side of Chinese students in a campus fight with Mongolian students.
Young Malaysian blogger Aishah blogs about the recent gathering of bloggers in Malaysia.
RantingsbyMM blogs about a recent conference on AIDS she attended in Sri Lanka. The blogger also touches on the attitude of some Malaysian officials who attend such conferences.
Old man in Brunei contemplates the future of his country, one of the richest in South East Asia, and wonders if the easy going attitude of his countrymen will lead...
Borin looks at the factors that might discourage Internet entrepreneurs from starting E-Commerce ventures in Cambodia
Cambodian blogger iCambo, currently in Vietnam, invites readers to try a Vietnamese dish that is very similar to another dish in Cambodia.
Ly Sochiet describes a visit to a Pagoda with his friends and meeting a monk who refused to take offering money from him and his friends.
Laotian food blogger Darly is wondering how to keep Laotians from serving wild animals in their eateries. “How can you explain to the average citizens on the importance of preserving...
Singapore bloggers are angry with one of their ISPs for revealing customer data to a company. The company was trying to find out people who had allegedly downloaded anime from...
Karen Coates at Epicurious.com says Cambodian rice is the best rice in the world. (via Details are Sketchy)
Borin blogs about the cost of Internet access in Cambodia and lists some factors that keep the prices high.
Singapore tech blogger James Seng has instructions on how to access the internet on a Mac via your mobile phone.
Malaysia Today writes about the impasse over appointing a Chief Judge in Malaysia.
Haris Ibrahim is inviting readers to join a forum titled “Bangsa Malaysia : The Way Forward”. The forum features some of the prominent Malaysian bloggers.