Job vacancy: green accountant in Malaysia
Green jobs are not an option. They are a must to drive businesses that strive to go green, writes Frost & Sullivan's Melvin Leong.
Jim Rogers on Asia, Singapore and life
"Jim Rogers makes my head hurt", said Nobel Prize winning economist, Paul Krugman. Mine too. But his heretical thoughts in "Street Smarts" make for great reading.
It's more fun in the Philippines!
Bayanihan, the Philippine National Dance Company, wowed a captivated Toronto audience last night.
Indonesia’s Booming ICT Outlook
Indonesia’s ICT Outlook is booming, writes Frost & Sullivan's Nitin Bhat.
Impact of Disease on the Philippines’ Development
Poverty usually means increased exposure to infectious diseases and poor health, writes Sophia University's Ralph Catbagan, who explores the case of the Philippines.
How to keep the taps running
Although Singapore is in a better position than many other drought-hit countries, it is time to come up with a drought response plan, argue Cecilia Tortajada and Asit K. Biswas.
How the Philippines benefits from Australia’s booming links with China
Australia’s booming trade and investment with China, is pushing up the Australian dollar, and thus enticing Australian Australian companies to outsource business processing services to the Philippines
Has Myanmar ‘Switched On’ Power Yet?
Has Myanmar ‘Switched On’ Power Yet, asks Frost & Sullivan's Vishal Narain?
Filipino-Canadian Theatre in Toronto
Last night's opening performance of Nina Lee Aquino's "Every Letter Counts" at Toronto's Factory Theatre was a stunning success. It is the "must-see" play of the season.
Ethnic painting from Vietnam in Toronto
The return of Dinh Thi Tham Poong’s paintings to Toronto's East Gallery has been truly worth the wait. Her solo show opens this Wednesday, June 12.
Canada's Asian migrants
My taxi driver is a civil engineer from Iran. His gas station attendant is an accountant from Pakistan. This is Canada, a country that wastes its human potential!
Cambodia: the ecotourism alternative
Our Paris-based culture correspondent, Angela Gosmann, has shared with us this interesting piece on ecotourism in Cambodia. It's great holiday reading for our Northern hemisphere readers and others to
Burmese Nobel thoughts
Aung San Suu Kyi Nobel lecture, finally delivered on 16 June, 2012, in Oslo, Norway, was very moving and insightful.
The changes underway in Burma are so dramatic that it is hard to assess the situation clearly. Here is a quick attempt.
Burma requires patience
Burma requires much patience to secure its developmental future, argued Asian Development Bank Vice President, Stephen Groff, at a recent Washington seminar.
Art Stage Singapore, "We are Asia"
The recent 4th annual edition of Art Stage, Singapore’s leading art fair, delivered on its theme of “We are Asia”, writes the East Gallery's Andrew FitzGerald.
African growth with Asian characteristics
African governments are now turning instead to Asia as a partner in development, writes Amit Jain.
"ImaginAsian" painting exhibition in Toronto
"ImaginAsian", the latest show at The East Gallery in Toronto, is a splendid exhibition of three leading female artists from Southeast Asia.
Yishu -- Contemporary Chinese Art
ACI has recently discovered "Yishu", a splendid journal of contemporary Chinese art. For those of you who don't know it, please keep reading!
What Americans Should Know about the US-China Commercial Relationship
Ken Davies has shared with us his assessment of the US-China Business Council's 2013 report on China and the U.S. Economy.
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