Latest posts by Preetam Rai from December, 2007
Cambodian blogger Heng Phan has created a social network for People Living with Disabilities in Cambodia.
Eating Asia has a pictorial post on how people in rural Philippines work out a sweet treat with a stick and a can of molasses.
Kalvin makes use of some algebra to show why sanctions are not working in Myanmar.
Bangkok Pundit comments on Thai officials attempts at censoring former prime minister Thaksin's appearance on Thai media.
5xmom is happy to get her google page rank back and swears to stay off paid posts. “No more selling text links, no more paid posts on the these three blogs until Google define what I am allowed to do.”
Agam's Gecko points to a new video clip that has emerged from Myanmar. “As if the world needed anymore evidence that the brutal Burmese regime has got to go now, but here is some more anyway. I've been told it's been given to CNN — but it only surfaced this...
In the aftermath of the assassination of former Pakistani prime minister Benazir Bhutto, Tonyo hopes that the diplomats from Philippines will look after the thousands of Filipino overseas works currently in Pakistan.
Maurina in Brunei urges readers to “recite the Al Fatihah for someone who, despite everything, was one of the world’s strongest women of our time, Benazir Bhutto.”
Saigon Nezumi wonders if Vietnam's planned regulations on blogging would affect the local and expat bloggers.
Thumb sized bats discovered in Thailand.
Chris Baker at the New Mandala blog has a graphic that shows the distribution of results from the recent Thai elections.
Thai-blog.com introduces the colorful miniature candy from Thailand.
Does the qualification of a teacher determines how good or bad the teacher is. Aaron initiates a discussion.
Dsng.net remembers attending a lecture by Benazir Bhutto. “Assassination news is always shocking, and for some reason even more so when you've seen the person in question.”
Bloggers in Thailand and abroad are analyzing the results of Thai elections where the party supporting the former Prime Minister Thaksin Sinawatra has emerged as the leading candidate for running the country.
Bangkok Pundit analyzes the latest results of exit poll data and the actual election results. The PPP or People's Power Party, considered by many as the incarnation of the banned Thai Rak Thai is leading the polls.
Real Life Thailand does not like the possible candidate favored by the latest exit poll data in Thailand.
The Burma Review blog quotes from the editor of Burma Dialogue on the lessons from the uprising in Burma earlier this year.
Bangkok Pundit will be live-blogging the Thai elections.
Bangkok Bugle meets Abhisit Vejjiva, the leader of Democracy Party and if his party wins the elections, the next prime minister of Thailand.
Bloggers outside and inside Cambodia are discussing the violent dispersal of monks who wanted to petition Vietnamese Embassy in Phnom Penh for unfair detainment of a Cambodian monk and Vietnam's absorption of Cambodian territory in the past. Read on for background to the incident and links to the blogs talking about the issue.