Working as a sales promotion girl (SPG) is one way for young Indonesian women to earn a decent income, but SPGs say they put up with daily sexual harassment.
Singapore’s Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) rejected our application to register a Singapore subsidiary on the grounds that it would be contrary to national interests. New Naratif responds.
Following the high-profile wedding of the Indonesian president’s daughter, a Mandailing association in North Sumatra is lobbying for greater recognition.
A report on New Naratif’s democracy classroom, held on 13 March 2018, where we discussed protest and public order in Singapore.
Many Malaysians in Titiwangsa view their incumbent MP Johari Abdul Ghani as a local boy who cares for their well-being.
Past election results show that the Malaysian parliamentary constituency can be swayed by federal sentiments.
The existence of a tiny supremacist Malay Power faction within the Malaysian underground music scene and the reasons behind its rise suggest that in Southeast Asia, the meanings of global subcultures sometimes get lost in cultural translation.
A rare Select Committee on One Tight Slaps promises to consult a range of stakeholders. Upon arrival, witnesses find a very different reality.
Mohammad Noyeem tells us why he will talk to anyone about the ongoing Rohingya crisis in Myanmar, and why he wants the media to publish the violent photos in his possession.
When a Rohingya refugee in Indonesia approached us with graphic photos from Rakhine State, we were faced with the dilemma of how to handle them. Our North Sumatra editor reflects on the issues we grappled with.