Latest posts by Preetam Rai from November, 2007
Borin does not wish to welcome the Burmese leader to Cambodia.
News from the blogosphere in the Philippines of the latest attempt by the 2003 coup leaders to get rid of the current administration in Philippines.
Sophie writes about the protests by Malaysian Indians that took place on Sunday in Malaysia. The protesters are demanding fair treatment for Malaysians of Indian ethnicity.
Philippine Commentary looks at the media-led stampede of “jumping to conclusions” on the suicide by a 12 year old girl.
The Open Forum of Cambodia is announcing a blog award.
Preya on why she loves the Vietnamese capital city Hanoi.
The bloggers at Pacific Empire are protesting the Electoral Finance Bill. They feel that the bill will limit their freedom of speech.
Babasiga likes the idea of schoolchildren learning Fijian and Hindi, the languages of the two ethnic groups in Fiji but wants kids to learn local dialects too.
Jotman writes “In Burma your only reliable sources of information are electronic.”
Rapper arrested for displaying a religious tattoo at a concert and the crowd riots.
Cambodian blogger tries out henna.
Former Khmer Rouge prison chief Duch faces first day of hearing in Cambodia's Khmer Rouge court.
Brunei blogger Pablo visits the Galipoli Mosque in Sydney, Australia.
Enjoy pulp novel cover art from Cambodia.
Citizeninmars asks what the main political actors in Pakistan really want.
LaoVoices has images from the Vientiane Boat Racing Festival
Indonesia Matters has Indonesia's Vice President mulling selling Indonesia's oil exports in Euros.
Laovoices has images from fast developing river town Pakse in Laos.
If you are in Malaysia or Philippines, you can get your google adsense earnings through Western Union.
Thailand based blogger Jotman has won the “Reporters Without Borders Award” in Deutsche Welle's Best of the Blogs (BOBs) competition.
Malaysian opposition politician Lim Kit Siang regrets Malaysian government's decision to ban a book by a progressive religious scholar from Indonesia. One of the commentator feels the ban is a good thing as now more people would be interested in reading it.