Southeast Asia Regional Office



A View of the South The Nation - Sunday 19 June 2005
Do unto others ... Bangkok Post :OUTLOOK - Thursday 29 September 2005
Media role in fight against HIV/AIDS Vietiane Times - Thursday 6 September 2005
PETA links up with Asean artists to fight AIDS Malaya- Saturday 26 February 2005
Viet Nam culture displayed on regional website Vietnam News - Monday 14 March 2005

Watchdog: Prince Mahidol The Nation - Sunday 30 January 2005



A plant that is central to Hmong beliefs from The Nation, December 20, 2004
Balancing Sexual Desire and Safety from the Nation, February 10, 2004
Box of Filled Silences from Art4d Magazine, December 03-January 04
Burmese health dilemma The Nation , Tuesday 8 June, 2004
Cambodian Dance Wows Thai Audience from The Nation, July 25, 2004
Dance Revival, from The Nation, July 1, 2004
Fast Boat from China from The Nation, March 29, 2004
Key Leaders Pay No Attention to Official Global Village Opening from Bangkok Post, July 13, 2004
Lao to Learn Masters in Own Language from Vientiane Times, April 30, 2004
Love in a Time of Pesticides for Asian Rice Farmers from Nature, July 15, 2004
Migrant Fishermen's Risky Behaviour Spreads HIV from Vietnam News, July 17, 2004
Recognition Denied from The Nation, December 20, 2004
Same Old Stories, from Bangkok Post, July 15, 2004
Tai Minority Texties from Vietnam News, December 14, 2004
Terraviva : The Independent Newspaper at the XV International AIDS Conference, July 2004
Visions of a Different Land from Bangkok Post, February 12, 2004


A Long Walk Home from The Nation, June 3, 2003
Apichai Piromrak from The Bangkok, 2003
At Risk on Shore from The Bangkok Post, May 6, 2003
Chumpon's Class Act from Bangkok Post, April 17, 2003
Conference Seeks Balance in the Use of Common Resources from The Nation, July 11, 2003
Cracks in the Melting Pot, Bangkok Post, March 2, 2003
Invisible Borders: Reportage from Our Mekong from IPS, June 10, 2003
In the Name of Art from the Nation, November 25, 2003
Jogjakarta Roundtable Meeting : From International Collaboration towards National Self-Reliance Jogjakarta, Indonesia, September 1-4, 2003
Mekong Region Development must Consider Social Consequences from Bangkok Post, August 23, 2003
Opulent Opera from The Nation, January 12, 2003
Training Seminar for Cambodian Women, Chiangmai Mail, May 31, 2003
The Rockefeller Foundation from The Chronicle of Philanthropy, May 29, 2003


A Celebration of Differences from World Sculpture News, 2002
Aiming to Change Perceptions from The Nation, June 14, 2002

Anti-Poppy Campaign Bears Fruit from China Daily, May 23, 2002
Between Sensationalism and Censure from Philippine Journalism Review, April 2002
Body Work from Bangkok Post, November 21, 2002
Creativity that Stands the Test of Time from the Sunday Viet Nam News, May 19, 2002
History in the Remaking from The Nation, June 28, 2002

Mekong Fishermen Left High and Dry from The Nation, October 16, 2002
Mekong Sub-Region Seminar Concludes from The Irrawaddy, April 2002
Media for a Cause from Business World, July 26, 2002
New Dam Helps Farmers Shake Off Poverty from China Daily, June 24, 2002
New Lives for Ex-opium Farmers Take Root from Irrawaddy, August 1, 2002
Performance Asia from the Nation, November 21, 2002
Plucky Vietnamese Women from Vietnamnews, July 26, 2002
Rice Scientists Win Major Environmental Prize, 2002
Seven Stories from Experts in the Southern Border Country from The Nation, June 24, 2002
Southern Heritage from The Nation, June 28, 2002
The Queens of Pattani from The Nation, July 5, 2002
Web Traveller from Bangkok Post, November 27, 2002
Why All the Dazzling White Uniforms Disappeared from The Nation, June 24, 2002


Media Fellowships on Offer from The Bangkok Post, November 21, 2001
Media Fellowship Programme for Journalists in the Mekong Subregion from WE!, No. 14, November 2001 


Aspects of Islam in Thailand Today from Isim Newsletter 3/99