The former secretary of state is best known for helping then president Richard Nixon establish relations with Beijing.
Aman Youyi-2023 exercises held in Guangdong province aim to further deepen ‘mutual trust and pragmatic cooperation’, according to Chinese state media.
The Siem Reap-Angkor International Airport, that cost about US$1.1 billion is part of China’s Belt and Road Initiative, was financed under a 55-year build-operate-transfer deal.
South Korea’s migrant programme is under scrutiny for what critics say is failure to guarantee safe working conditions.
Apparel makers and factory owners who shifted their production to Southeast Asia are now moving back to the mainland. Rising wages have reduced the region’s cost competitiveness.
E-commerce giant Alibaba has signed a deal with the Cambodian government to support the country’s digital economy and small business sector, showcasing the firm’s commitment to the Southeast Asia market.
Three more Thai nationals are among the foreigners who have been killed in the deadliest attack in Israel’s history.
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Thailand confirmed the deaths of 2 of its citizens and Cambodia said a student had died in the Middle East conflict.
Chinese nationals, some known fugitives, dominate the gangs that use online gambling, romance, cryptocurrency and foreign-exchange scams to target their victims, many of whom are in China or are part of the diaspora.
Beijing’s Belt and Road Initiative has not proved to be the ‘transformation game changer’ many in the region were hoping for, analysts say – as concerns grow about some projects’ viability and added value.
Chinese tourists are worried about travelling to Thailand following the success of a film about kidnap victims who run scams in Southeast Asia.
The Khmer Magic Music Bus takes masters of traditional Cambodian instruments and songs to help reconnect locals with their national identity and heal a land still recovering from genocide.
Seven of the 10 Chinese suspects arrested in Singapore’s massive money-laundering probe held foreign passports from the likes of Cambodia and Vanuatu, where citizenship can be bought for as little as US$130,000.
In 2000, not a single woman from the Asia-Pacific countries served in UN peacekeeping forces. That has changed dramatically, with women from across the region pursuing careers thousands of kilometres from home and family.
Chinese foreign ministry says Beijing looks to chart a course for the next stage of cooperation between the two nations.
A surge in retail prices has resulted in economic strain on Filipinos, particularly the underprivileged and marginalised, the president said.
Kavich Neang, the Cambodian filmmaker behind White Building, which won several international awards, talks about why audiences at home shun his movies as too realistic, and why he’ll stick to his guns.
In this issue of the Global Impact newsletter, we look back at recent elections in the likes of Cambodia, Thailand and Malaysia following a busy time for politics in Southeast Asia in recent weeks
China’s BYD, Trina Solar, Longi Green Energy and Canadian Solar were completing products in Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam then shipping to the US.
Customs official says illicit cigarettes hidden in containers among crates of dried tapioca from Cambodia.
Top Chinese diplomat says Beijing firmly supports Cambodia to safeguard national interests and national dignity and a greater role on world and regional stages.
Rice prices have hit their highest level in 15 years after largest-exporter India restricted shipments. It’s bad news for consumers – but could be a boon for Thailand.