What Is The State of Democracy in Asia?

Asia has made strong headways in advancing democracy but still there is a long way to go in some countries.The Economic Intelligence Unit’s report on Democracy Index is based on five categories: electoral process and pluralism; civil liberties; the functioning of government; political participation; and ...

Thailand: Researchers work on bringing art to visually impaired students

“Art is my favorite subject,” Nattinan Dankratok, a Mathayom-4 student at Kanlayanawat School in Khon Kaen province, said. However, after she lost her eyesight, she has been spending her art classes learning braille, while her classmates get their hands dirty learning about art.Keep reading ...

Healthcare: What the future holds in store

With an ageing population in Asia and a scenario that foresees an increase in cancers, cardiovascular diseases and diabetes, shouldn’t we be looking at ‘clinical utopia’?The increasing prevalence of non-communicable diseases and an ageing population means healthcare resources will continue to struggle to meet the ...

How Thailand became the 'Detroit of Asia'

Thailand has been a stronghold for automobile manufacturing for decades. It nicknamed itself “the Detroit of Asia,” and the moniker stuck, with good reason. It’s currently the 12th most industrious auto manufacturer in the world, and the largest in Southeast Asia.Keep reading ...

Talib Visram

Asia's energy challenge

Asia’s rapid development over the past four decades has transformed the region’s stature in the world economy, lifting hundreds of millions of people out of poverty and creating new opportunities for future prosperity. Keep reading ...

Tanyatorn Tongwaranan

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