The story of Benny Wenda, a Papuan activist living in exile in Oxford, and how his own childhood experiences led him to where he is today.
Every year, countries in Southeast Asia are affected by the transboundary haze generated by forest fires on peatlands. When cities are cloaked in smog, people complain about the slash-and-burn practices, only to move on once the smoke clears. This comic is the first in a series of pieces about the haze in Southeast Asia.
“To everyone in the LGBTQIA+ community, especially those who are still in the closet: Happy Pride Month. You are valid. You are seen. You are loved.”
Demonstrations and protest marches can be highly visible manifestations of activism and grassroots sentiment. But what of those who aren’t able, for a variety of reasons, to join such marches? What can they do—and will it ever be enough?
Kia Nazary reflects on her responses to the 2019 Women’s March in Kuala Lumpur, and how important it is to remember to practise self-care.
As voting gets underway in Indonesia, Nibras ventures out in Yogyakarta to sketch the sights at polling stations.
What’s in a name? A Chinese-Indonesian reflects on names, politics, culture and identity in Indonesia.
An otter in Singapore can live a good life as a minor celebrity, but what of other wildlife on the island as the city-state continues to build and develop?
As Cambodians nationwide prepare to head to the polls for the country’s sixth general election this month, one woman says she won’t be in the crowds.
A historic meeting takes place between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.