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Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum: A Testament to the Atrocity Ever Committed against Humanity
8 months ago

Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum: A Testament to the Atrocity Ever Committed against Humanity

To many of us, though, school is a complex of which, students may find reinforced concrete buildings, playgrounds where students enjoy with their peers to the utmost of their excitement, …
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Korean Media Coverage of ASEAN in 2017: An Analysis, Implications, and the Way Forward
9 months ago

Korean Media Coverage of ASEAN in 2017: An Analysis, Implications, and the Way Forward

The year of 2017 saw abundant issues related to ASEAN on many occasions. The purpose of the ASEAN Talk Vol. 3 is to draw possible implications by analyzing how these issues were …
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Dang Thuy Tram’s Diary: The Story of Vietnamese Youthful Idealism
9 months ago

Dang Thuy Tram’s Diary: The Story of Vietnamese Youthful Idealism

The Independence once called Dr. Dang Thuy Tram the ‘Anne Frank of Vietnam’ as the two of them left us with the precious diaries which depict their unrelenting youthful spirit against the …
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Malaysia’s Potential to Become an ASEAN Gaming Hub
10 months ago

Malaysia’s Potential to Become an ASEAN Gaming Hub

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is at a critical juncture vis-à-vis the digital economy. ASEAN member states attempt to promote the gaming industry as a way of speeding …
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Cambodia and the ASEAN Plus Three
11 months ago

Cambodia and the ASEAN Plus Three

Who would have thought that the ambitious plan by ASEAN member states to have a unified ASEAN community would be achievable?

In retrospective glance, by looking …
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VIETNAM’S NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE DAY
1 year ago

VIETNAM’S NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE DAY

“Vietnam has the right to be a free and independent country—and in fact it is so already. And thus the entire Vietnamese people are determined to mobilize all their physical …
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Power Back to the People:The Philippine Revolution of 1986
1 year ago

Power Back to the People:The Philippine Revolution of 1986

In 1986, the Philippines made it beyond its beautiful beaches and pristine islands to draw the attention and praise of the international community; the country left its imprint in the …
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A tribute to our hero Bogyoke Aung San
1 year ago

A tribute to our hero Bogyoke Aung San

19 July is one of the most significant days in Myanmar as we mourn for our fallen hero General Aung San who fought for the independence of our country from …
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Youth Pledge’s Reflection: Youth and Language Power
1 year ago

Youth Pledge’s Reflection: Youth and Language Power

For me, October is always about youth power.

Let me take you to walk down a memory lane. Nearly a century ago, Indonesian young activists assembled in Batavia (now Jakarta) …
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THE ASIAN-AFRICAN CONFERENCE
1 year ago

THE ASIAN-AFRICAN CONFERENCE

‘We are of many different nations, we are of many different social backgrounds and cultural patterns. Our ways of life are different. Our national characters, or colors or motifs – …
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