Spike Lee's Da 5 Bloods — about Black soldiers in 'Vietnam War' — can't rise above American imperialism
Da 5 Bloods director Spike Lee's anti-racist critique could not overcome his subconscious investment in American imperialism.
In Road to Mekong, Piya Bahadur chronicles her unique journey through South-East Asia, along with three other women who left their 'regular lives' to travel from Hyderabad, through the East Indian Coast and the North-East of India, past Myanmar, Thailand, Laos and Vietnam along the river Mekong, and ultimately, to Cambodia.
The United States has postponed a meeting of leaders of southeast Asian nations that was set for Las Vegas in mid-March due to the spread of the coronavirus, a senior Trump administration official said Friday
Erin Gleeson's new exhibition reflects on the synergy between Cambodia's turbulent history and its art
'Out of Line', an exhibition curated in New Delhi by Phnom Pehn-based Erin Gleeson, explores a nation's obsession with artists of 'national' repute. It closely examines its relevance in Cambodia, a country with a history of war, violence, and suppression of the arts.
FIFA World Cup 2022 Qualifiers: World Body instructs Iraq to nominate neutral venue for home matches due to protests in Baghdad
Following the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, the country was plunged into years of violence and no international games were hosted there
Narendra Modi meets Shinzo Abe on sidelines of 35th ASEAN Summit in Bangkok for delegation-level meeting
Along with PM, EAM S Jaishankar, Commerce and Industry minister Piyush Goyal and other dignitaries attended the meeting
Donald Trump invites ASEAN leaders to 'special summit' in US next year after skipping ongoing annual meet
President Donald Trump has invited ASEAN leaders to a 'special summit' in the United States early next year after skipping their ongoing annual summit in Thailand.
Daily Bulletin: Narendra Modi to begin two-day visit to Thailand, RCEP negotiations on cards; Sonia Gandhi to meet all Congress presidents; day's top stories
Here are today's top stories: Narendra Modi to begin two-day visit to Thailand for ASEAN-India, East Asia and RCEP summits today; West Bengal govt to facilitate return of 131 people working in Jammu and Kashmir; and more
Modi will be visiting Bangkok at the invitation of Thai prime minister Prayut Chan-o-cha
At least 13 Chinese tourists killed, dozens injured as bus plunges 30 metres into ravine in Laos; police blames brake failure for accident
At least 13 Chinese tourists were killed and dozens injured when their bus skidded off the road and plunged 30 metres into a ravine in Laos, a police officer said Tuesday.
Building collapse in Cambodia leaves 18 dead, 24 injured; rescuers struggle to reach workers trapped in debris of Chinese project
Eighteen people were killed when an under-construction building in Cambodia collapsed early on Saturday
Chinese police rescue 1,100 Southeast Asian women 'sold as wives'; detain 1,300 suspects for 'abduction and marriage fraud'
Chinese police saved 1,100 women and 17 children in joint operations with police from Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and Thailand between July and December.
Polish woman tweets 11-year-old daughter's letter to Narendra Modi, S Jaishankar; seeks their help to return to Goa
A Polish woman has tweeted a letter written by her 11-year-old daughter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, seeking help to return to Goa.
Facebook’s 15,000-strong content moderation workforce speaks about 50 tongues.
The team was tracking wildlife crime using genetics to determine where ivory in markets is coming from.
30 surrogate mothers in Cambodia, charged with human trafficking, released on bail after agreeing to keep children
The women were charged with human trafficking after they were discovered during a raid on a surrogate business in the capital Phnom Penh in June, the latest in a series of arrests targeting the practice
Cambodia PM Hun Sen denies China naval base being built off country's southwest coast after US raises concerns
Cambodia premier Hun Sen dismissed reports of a Chinese base as "information that only tries to manipulate the truth."
War crimes court rules Khmer Rouge’s slaughter in Cambodia as 'genocide'; sentences two former leaders to life imprisonment
Nuon Chea, 92, and Khieu Samphan, 87, the last surviving senior leaders of the communist group that brutally ruled Cambodia in the late 1970s, have been sentenced to life imprisonment. They are already serving life sentences after being convicted in a previous 2011-2014 trial of crimes against humanity connected with forced transfers and disappearances of masses of people.
Narendra Modi meets Southeast Asian leaders at ASEAN-India Breakfast Summit in Singapore: Maritime cooperation, trade highlighted
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday participated in the ASEAN-India Breakfast Summit in Singapore and underlined the need for maritime cooperation and centrality of trade for the prosperity of the strategic Indo-Pacific region.
String of disasters causes severe damage to economy, lives in Asia; Indonesia earthquake to affect 1.6 million people
A recent string of natural disasters, the latest a deadly earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia, have exacted a severe toll both in economic damage and human lives throughout Asia. The UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction, or UNISDR, says up to 1.6 million people could be affected by the magnitude 7.5 earthquake and the tsunami it created Friday in a central region of Sulawesi island.