Burma expert Bertil Lintner discusses Suu Kyi’s China visit with The The Irrawaddy.
Kanbawza Bank (KBZ Bank) has opened a representative office in Bangkok, the first Burmese bank to establish an international presence.
Burma’s President’s Office says that security on State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi will increase, in response to reports that she was on an ISIS hit list in Malaysia.
Known locally as Mahachai, and by foreigners as ‘Little Burma,’ Thailand’s Samut Sakhon hosts up to 400,000 Burmese migrants working in factories and fisheries.
Thailand's military government sets up security centers around the country ahead of an August referendum on a new constitution, a government spokesman says.
Mosha the elephant, who stepped on a landmine along the Thai-Myanmar border 10 years ago, received her ninth prosthetic leg on Wednesday.
An international ruling next month is expected to deprive China of its claim to most of the South China Sea, risking being seen as an ‘outlaw state’
Unemployment and weak growth spawn youth disillusionment as politicians run out of options in North Asia’s ‘oasis of democracy’
With a close fight between PM Hun Sen’s ruling party and the opposition on the horizon, Cambodia’s leader plays down tensions with opponents in hiding and exile.
The US places Burma on a its list of worst offenders in human trafficking, to prod the country's new government to curb the use of child soldiers and forced labor.
Malaysian police rescued the trafficked women from two bars in Sarawak State, as the country attempts to improve its record on curbing human trafficking.
Malaysian police have detained seven men suspected of being an Islamic State militant cell that was plotting attacks, authorities say.
Thai police raid a Buddhist temple complex to arrest a popular abbot accused of accepting embezzled money but are thwarted by his followers.
China has condemned US President Barack Obama’s meeting with the Dalai Lama, accusing the latter of trying to split the region from the rest of China.
Police prepare to arrest the abbot of a Buddhist temple near Bangkok, the latest twist in a series of scandals that has shaken Thailand’s dominant faith.
A tragedy half a world away has created a small opening for a repressed community in Singapore, galvanizing the Southeast Asian city-state’s LGBT people.
Enraged by the beheading of a Canadian hostage by Abu Sayyaf extremists, Philippine troops have pressed an offensive in the south against the insurgency.
Home-grown company has become Indonesia’s most visible technology success with an app that relieves some of the pain of its maddening traffic.
An airline in Thailand has apologized after friends of a pilot joked in a group chat about crashing a plane with a former prime minister on board.
Authorities in Bangladesh arrest at least 85 militants in a crackdown on Islamists after a wave of brutal attacks on minorities and liberal activists.