Sri Lankan group latest to arrive as China opens borders to Asian students
China is gradually allowing more students from Asian nations to return, over two years after closing its borders to most foreigners under a strict zero-Covid strategy. However, it is not clear when those from the West can also come back.
Cambodia ruling party wins 80% of local council seats
Cambodia's national election committee on Sunday released the official results of June 5 local elections and said the ruling Cambodian People's Party of Prime Minister Hun Sen has won about 80 percent of local council seats.
Mud, sweat and cheers: Traditional water buffalo race enthralls Chon Buri crowds
Boys scurry, duck and weave through crowds sheltering from the suffocating heat before upending buckets of cooling water on beefy bovines waiting to compete at the annual traditional buffalo races in Chon Buri on Sunday.
Myanmar says seized drugs worth half a billion dollars torched
Myanmar authorities said they torched more than half a billion dollars worth of narcotics on Sunday as part of eradication efforts for World Drug Day, as the UN warns that production of methamphetamine in the region is hitting record levels.
Pheu Thai vows no complacency after opinion poll victory
Leading opposition party Pheu Thai has promised not to sit on its laurels after an opinion poll showed Paetongtarn "Ung Ing" Shinawatra was the people’s choice for prime minister by a considerable margin.