Suu Kyi warns against 'reckless optimism' over Myanmar reforms
On an historic trip to Thailand, Myanmar's pro-democracy leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, has warned the World Economic Forum against what she called “reckless optimism” concerning her country's recent and rapid reforms.
Thailand: Aung San Suu Kyi addresses Burmese migrants (VIDEO)
Aung San Suu Kyi, on her first trip abroad in 24 years, spoke to Burmese migrants in Thailand.
Singapore’s maid addiction
Is the well-to-do island chafing at more liberties for live-in servants?
Roadtrip! Singh sets 2016 deadline for Burma road to Thailand
Indian government inks a slew of agreements to give India Inc access to Burma market
Thailand: election victory for transgender star
Yollada "Nok" Suanyot is officially Thailand's highest-ranking transgender politician
Thailand: Transgender diva seeks political office
Election could install the highest-ranking transgender candidate in Thai history.
Thailand: cash payouts to victims with strings attached
Take the check, drop the lawsuit
An odorless version of Asia's most pungent fruit?
Coming soon: a scentless durian
Thailand: 2 years after conflict, gunmen go unnamed
In wake of political violence, authorities choose amnesty over answers.
Briton arrested in Bangkok with roasted human fetus for black magic ritual
A 28-year-old British citizen has been arrested in Thailand’s capital city for possessing roasted human fetus for use in black magic rituals.
Thailand's fishy business [INFOGRAPHIC]
A look into Thailand’s multi-billion dollar wild-caught seafood industry and the darkest links in its supply chain.
Three workers plunge to their deaths from Bangkok's tallest skyscraper
Three men installing an advertising billboard on Thailand's tallest building have plunged to their deaths from the 69th floor after the platform they were using broke free.
Myanmar: ending the world’s longest-running civil war
Negotiators say Karen guerrillas could become US-style “National Guard.”
On Location Video: A years-long insurgency divides Southern Thailand
An in-depth look at the toll wrought by years of violence.
Malaysia’s Arab Spring?
Analysis: Protesters to risk crackdowns in challenging corruption and race politics.
Motherships in the abyss
In the wild-caught seafood industry, forced labor persists because the first crucial supply-chain steps take place in a lawless, saltwater abyss.
Desperate life at sea
The years grind away at young lives. Some slaves don't step on land for a full six years.
Did these ex-slaves catch your lunch?
Thailand, a major source of fish imported to the US, depends on slave labor.
Thailand: striking, transgender and running for office
A business-savvy "kathoey" enters politics
Porno image flash halts debate in Thai parliament
Thai lawmakers were forced to halt proceedings on Wednesday after the image of a naked woman striking a provocative pose flashed up on giant screens in the parliament.
Apple: iPad coming to new countries this week
The new iPad will arrive in South Korea and more than a dozen additional countries later this month.
Thailand: a new year, another week of jubilation and death
Serious boozing and traffic deaths in Bangkok. Yet again.
Thaksin Shinawatra, Thailand's ex PM, addresses rally in Cambodia
The fugitive former leader has been telling Red Shirt supporters he will be back in Thailand within 4 months.
Thailand: KFC apologizes for tsunami-related bargain
The chicken giant said people should rush away from the fearsome waves - and into the nearest fast food joint.
Indonesia: Tsunami warning lifted after powerful earthquake strikes
A magnitude 8.6 earthquake and several powerful aftershocks raised fears of a repeat of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami that killed 230,000, but only small waves were reported.
Indian couple arrested for locking up maid (13)
Sanjay and Sumita Verma are accused of leaving their maid confined to their apartment while they flew off to holiday in Thailand.
Thailand: insurgents' bigger, bolder bombs
More than 14 dead in rare tourist-town car bomb attack
Thailand arrests Vito Roberto Palazzolo, 'South African' mafia banker wanted in Italy
Vito Roberto Palazzolo, arrested at Bangkok airport, had been living in South Africa under the assumed name Robert von Palace Kolbatschenko and is wanted in Italy.
Thailand: Deadly Hat Yai hotel fire 'caused by car bomb'
A fire at Lee Gardens Plaza Hotel in Hat Yai, southern Thailand, has killed five people and injured more than 300.
Thailand: Deadly bomb attacks hit southern province of Yala
At least seven people were killed today in three bomb attacks in Thailand's restive southern province of Yala.
'Cooking with Poo' wins this year's Oddest Book Title award
Poo is apparently the Thai word for crab, and the nickname of the recipe book's author.