Non-Profit Organizations Working in ASEAN Countries

"There are many nonprofit organizations that seek to help communities, families or individuals in different parts of the Southeast Asian region. Almost all ASEAN countries are recipients of nonprofit support...

Technology Trends

"When it comes to technological advancement, some countries in Southeast Asia still lag behind but are trying to be technologically advanced. Recent changes were made and new projects were implemented in...

Business Trends in Southeast Asia

"Countries in the Southeast Asian region are now gearing up for the upcoming 2015 ASEAN Economic Community (AEC). The recent positive business trends in some ASEAN countries indicate their readiness to merge....

Famous People from ASEAN Countries

"Southeast Asia may not be famous for its political and economic influence but there are many famous Southeast Asians who have made their mark internationally. Get to know some of the well-known people from...

Rozita Villanueva Lee

“Aloha!” This familiar Hawaiian greeting heralds the arrival of Rozita Villanueva Lee, a.k.a. “Manang Rozita.” An older Filipina woman is fondly called “Manang” when she has achieved “sage”...

Travel Tips to Indonesia

Taman Ayun Temple, Bali Indonesia is one of the most visited Southeast Asian countries. In 2012, this large archipelago was the eighth most visited Asian destination, recording around eight million tourist...

Bali, the Island of the Gods, Awaits

Bali’s beauty lies not only in the stunning variety of breathtaking landscapes and ocean panoramas. Bali is also an important center for culture, heritage and religion in Indonesia. Bali is perhaps the most...

Indonesia: The Emerald of the Equator

Indonesia is the world’s 4th largest country, the largest archipelago in the world and home to 237.4 million inhabitants. Jakarta, the nation’s largest city is likewise its capital. Indonesia is composed...

Philanthropy for Peace at the One World Institute

"The call for help usually comes within a few minutes whenever a disaster strikes the more remote (and sometimes, conflict-ravaged “no man’s  land”) areas that are far from the sophisticated urban...