In the age of Trump, refugees and social media, many young Vietnamese speak of a disconnect with the rest of the world, while others eagerly embrace radical change.
LGBTQ rights in Vietnam have improved in recent years, but traditional social norms and stigmas still make life difficult for queer individuals in the country.
Despite historical tolerance of different sexual orientations and gender identities, Indonesian politicians are using LGBTQ rights as a wedge issue in their power play.
10 years after an attempt to repeal an anti-gay law, Singapore’s LGBTQ activists are still seeking equality.
Singaporean cartoonist James Tan’s unnamed fictional protagonist explores what it means to be a Malay in the modern world.
A day in the life of a freelance illustrator in Malaysia.
PJ Thum explains the contours of the dispute between the Lee family siblings and why Lee Kuan Yew’s Oxley Road house matters so much to them.
With Singapore’s first racially reserved Presidential election looming, historian Thum Ping Tjin observes that the government’s much vaunted “Chinese-Malay-Indian-Others” model of managing race has historically increased racial tension and strife. So why do they cling to it?
Singapore’s long-cultivated image of being colour-blind meets its greatest challenger with the country’s first racially-predetermined presidential election.
Malaysian cartoonist Adi Nazri takes a look at the dos and don’ts of a traditional Malay wedding for a modern-day couple.