Southeast Asia Dispatches — Episode 4

Author: New Naratif
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Southeast Asia Dispatches is a fortnightly podcast bringing you reports, interviews and perspectives from New Naratif’s network around Southeast Asia.

This week, Adam Bemma speaks with a Syrian refugee stuck in the transit lounge of the Kuala Lumpur International Airport [00:51], Victoria Milko visits churches in Yangon trying to keep ethnic languages alive [07:32], Calum Stuart talks to Michael Tatarski about online freedom and the cybersecurity law in Vietnam [13:41] and Teguh Harahap reflects on his experience writing about LGBT “exorcisms” [24:58]. Hosted by PJ Thum.

 

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