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!
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.
Malaysia's abuses of migrants' rights
Malaysia receives many migrants from Indonesia, Bangladesh, Nepal, Myanmar and Cambodia. Sadly, many suffer deplorable migrants' rights abuses.
Philippines: Asia's new tiger economy
The Philippines' economy grew by 7.1% in the July to September quarter, surprising even the optimistic forecasters. The Pearl of the Orient is finally becoming an Asian tiger.
Smart budgetary advice for the Philippines
This week's invited contributor, David Jay Green from San Francisco's Hult International Business School, has some smart budgetary advice for the Philippines, a "Joseph Budget".
Painting to protest in Burma and Cambodia
We hope that President Obama can see some contemporary painting on his trip to Burma and Cambodia.
Burmese Nobel thoughts
Aung San Suu Kyi Nobel lecture, finally delivered on 16 June, 2012, in Oslo, Norway, was very moving and insightful.
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
It's more fun in the Philippines!
Bayanihan, the Philippine National Dance Company, wowed a captivated Toronto audience last night.
Cambodian Art in Toronto
The East Gallery's exhibition of contemporary Cambodian painting, "Identities", is the "must-see" event on Toronto's cultural calendar this fall.
Singapore wants US to stay in Asia
In a fascinating interview, Singapore Prime Minister LEE Hsien Loong said "We think that it is good that the US presence remains in the region, including the security presence".
Singapore in the Asian Century
After many decades of great success, how can Singapore contribute to the Asian Century? Lorraine Bergeron, an invited contributor from Tokyo's Sophia University, shares with us her views.
The changes underway in Burma are so dramatic that it is hard to assess the situation clearly. Here is a quick attempt.
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