Online today: a “Snow Fall“-like New York Times Magazine multimedia feature on the South China Sea. The piece uses an in-depth, narrative text story about a visit to a Filipino outpost to examine how China and other countries are vying for control in the resource-rich area. There are videos, images, sounds, maps (like the one […]
The WSJ reports today: An assembly of civil society groups has threatened to mobilize rallies across Thailand if the government pushes through a proposed amnesty bill that could open the door for deposed former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra to re-enter the country a free man. The draft legislation has recently been altered in a way […]
Wow. Credit: NASA/JPL/SSI; Composition: Gordan Ugarkovic.
Just briefly, I wanted to share some stories I’ve written for Quartz of late: Who’s behind the mysterious string of bombings in Myanmar? A Thai beer tycoon wants to build a massive indoor snow park in Bangkok Today’s IHT is officially an artifact. Here are 8 memorable front pages Why Thailand gave up its dream […]
@OPCW Please contact us @Nobelprize_org we are trying get through to your office. — Nobelprize_org (@Nobelprize_org) October 11, 2013
Up now over at NewYorker.com: a story I wrote about the Nobel Peace Prize laureate’s recent visit to the city-state.
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With tropical storm Wutip bringing downpours to Thailand, are we likely to face massive 2011– style floods all over again? It’s not looking that way. The AP puts things in perspective: Thai authorities said Tuesday that floods have killed more than 20 people and affected areas across the country over the past two weeks, though […]