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A Dyak Carrying Basket

The Department of Anthropology, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution holds a large ethnographic collection from Maritime Southeast Asia. This Dyak basket was collected not long before 1906 by… 243 more words


Hanoi 2015 (Part 1) #11

Before you read on, this is a plain text post. Pictures of places I’ve visited will come in the next post.

Xin Chào! (hello in Vietnamese) and no, I didn’t learn it. 981 more words

Inle Lake

Inle Lake, located in western Shan State, is one of Myanmar’s most popular destinations. And with good reason!

It has an authentic unspoiled side and it has a side geared to tourism.  1,052 more words

Southeast Asia

Exploring Pai!

Thursday July 20th, 2017
Our alarms went off at 5am this morning as we had arranged for a driver to pick us up at 5:30am to take us to the Yun Lai Viewpoint for sunrise. 2,033 more words


7 Things to do in Railay

Railay, Thailand

1. Climb to the Railay Viewpoint

This was by far my favorite adventure in Railay! We got a map from Railei Beach Club… 1,350 more words


The South Korean T-50 Trainer Wins In Southeast Asia

Thailand is the latest customer for Korea Aerospace Industries‘ impressive light attack jet. Though often recognized as a trainer the FA-50 variant of the original T-50 Golden Eagle earned valuable combat experience performing close air support in the Southern Philippines. 373 more words


US Companies are Shifting Their Investments from China to South- and Southeast Asia

The survey result of the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai indicates that around 20% of the US companies in China are shifting their investments planned for China to other destinations, mostly to Southeast or South Asia. 211 more words