Latest posts by Preetam Rai from March, 2008
Vutha introduces a Cambodian snack consisting of fish meat wrapped in banana leaf.
Malaysia's ruling party now wants to befriend bloggers.
Thailand resident Stephen Cleary looks at the common misunderstandings that foreigners have for Thai women.
Missybrowneyes on greeting people online vs. greeting them the traditional way “Apparantly, homo sapiens in this 20th century have pretty warped idea of greetings. You must do it online. Over Friendster and FaceBook. Anything else is considered anti-social or bizarre.”
The blogger at Meditation Chamber shares his views on driving in Pakistan.
Bangkok Pundit and The Lost Boy comment on the murder case where a man disturbed by the bad karaoke singing of his neighbors killed them all.
Jotman collects official statements and reactions of various countries on the happening in Tibet.
Are the famous temples of Angkor sinking?
Vietnam bans hamsters as pets.
Nomad4ever has written a comprehensive post on Malaysian political history leading up to the recent elections.
The Bird Ecology Study Group has posted images of a male and female hornbills inspecting potential nesting cavities in Singapore's Changi area.
Malaysian blogger and candidate in the recent elections, Chegu Bard, is questioning the vote recount that gave his high profile opponent from the ruling party a lead over him.
Return to Rai Ketak introduces Sirana, a feature film made in East Timor. “Directed by Ivete de Oliveira, the film is in the style of improvised, documentary style and the soundtrack is really memorable with Bibi Bulak and the new Cinco do Oriente”
Interested in tech in South East Asia, mark your calendars for the first ever Bar Camp in Cambodia in September 2008.
Andy Brouwer visits a remote site in Cambodia that might be of interest to archaeologists.
The Daily Brunei Resources looks at the tobacco smoking tradition in Brunei.
The Sensintrovert is welcoming the bloggers who won the elections in Malaysia and happy that a blogger hating information minister who lost the election.
Bangkok Pundit translates and comments on a Thai news paper story on a Russian arms dealer. The dealer was hoodwinked by Thai police and American agents who posed as the member of Colombian militant group FARC.
Isriya says blogging in English needs more effort but the benefit it offers is worth the effort.
Susan Loone is wishing Malaysian Voters a Happy Voting Day tomorrow.
Lao Voices has posted a video of a fashion show in the rapidly developing South East Asian country.