The pandemic has slowed government efforts to revive the struggling hawker industry. What does the future hold?
Vietnam’s economy is expected to gain enormously from the FTA with the EU. However, the country will face major criticism unless it adopts labor and human rights reforms.
Given Thailand’s dire economic outlook wrought by COVID-19, fewer opportunities could lead to an increase in precarious and underpaid work.
After a lull during COVID-19 restrictions, new rounds of protests aimed at the military-backed regime show a continued unease with strong-arm democracy.
Singapore’s recent election saw a controversy over the unique challenge of population planning: whether the incumbent party would move to increase the city-state’s population, straining…
Southeast Asia’s gaming market presents a new way to boost the region’s economic growth in the post-COVID-19 era.
The resignation of Prayut Chan-o-cha’s economic team will force Thailand’s Prime Minister into a cabinet reshuffle earlier than planned. Here’s how the media covered the story.
With access to technology growing fast, CCEducare works to increase Myanmar citizen’s familiarity with the digital world.
A new study suggests fishers in Indonesia report relatively high levels of happiness and well-being, despite facing poverty, risks and instability. As COVID-19 hits workers around the world, the findings show how governments might look to data on happiness to help build new economic and labor policies.
The recent Amnesty International report about the Myanmar military’s alleged war crimes highlights the country’s civil-military imbalance and the significant impact it will have on the country’s general election.