The 36th ASEAN summit took place via videoconference with leaders and high-level politicians convening virtually. Here’s how the media covered the story as Vietnam played host to a very different event.
Political parties, politicians and voters in Singapore are gearing up for the possibility of a general election later this year. Here’s how the media covered the latest moves.
Aston Villa resume their fight to maintain their Premier League status when hosting Sheffield United on Wednesday evening (June 17). Villans boss Dean Smith has midfielder John McGinn available for the first time since December after the Scot recovered from an ankle injury.
Arsenal restart their Premier League campaign with a tricky proposition as they head north to take on Manchester City on Wednesday evening (June 17). And ex-Citizens assistant Mikel Arteta, now in charge of the Gunners, has no new injury concerns ahead of the game at the Etihad Stadium.
Thai activist and government critic Wanchalearm Satsaksit was abducted in Cambodia on June 4. Both countries denied any wrongdoing before launching investigations. Here’s how the region’s media covered the story.
As Amazon celebrates 25 years of online business, its progress in Southeast Asia appears to have stalled. Why have they not made much impression in the region?
George Floyd’s murder in Minneapolis last week sparked widespread protests against racial injustice. Citizens of Southeast Asia were among those in support.
As more than a hundred teams all over the world research and test potential COVID-19 vaccines and medicines, Southeast Asian projects are among those making promising initial progress.