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Blockchain promises rich harvest for farmers

If you’ve been hearing about blockchain but don’t quite understand what exactly it is and how it could affect people’s lives, worry not – 99 per cent of the public is in the same boat. 

Panglong keeps hopes alive in Myanmar

Peace and reconciliation remain a long way off, but at least the warring sides are talking

Defusing fake-news bombs amid real barrages in Syria

Old images, fiction films and even video games have all been used to spread fake news stories in war-torn Syria – creating all the more work for a media collective debunking them.

Meet the Japanese hacker training a generation of female cyberwarriors

Asuka Nakajima is a “white hat hacker”. Also described as cyberhijackers working for justice, white hat hackers seek out faults in personal computer software to identify possible security holes.

Cave accident reveals togetherness of accidental humans 

Place Donald Trump, Prayut Chan-o-cha, Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg in a room together and they wouldn’t agree on many things. That goes for the rest of us too – from football lovers split into rival groups of fans with mutual hatred for each other, to believers in God who kill each other over whose version of the Supreme Being is better.

Room for half a million more

It’s not just the two boys and the coach plucked from the cave who deserve to be Thai citizens

Death by ‘fake news’

Social media fuels a wave of lynchings 

Courageous Filipino fights back amid ‘anti-drugs’ bloodbath    

When the first drug war killing happened in her community, she shrugged it off. She even felt a twinge of hope that the addicts and small-time dealers would learn their lesson, be afraid, and give up their vice.

Beautiful game edges closer to redemption

Russia’s World Cup displays a few positives

King of the Ghats: life and death on the banks of the Ganges

It is well past midnight as Bahadur Choudhary, a fourth-generation caretaker of Varanasi’s ancient cremation grounds, sprinkles ceremonial butter on huge funeral pyres burning on the banks of the Ganges.

The role of Asean’s ports in China’s Belt and Road

China’s investments in deep-sea ports in Myanmar and Cambodia will provide critical links in the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), but there are also concerns that they could give China undue economic leverage in the region.

Malaysia likely headed for more turmoil

The Najib Razak affair will pit his friends against his foes, echoing Thailand’s political division

Property ‘windfall tax’ is long overdue

The government is poised to get some cash back from developers who build near public transport systems

Peace restored to troubled valley  

Taleban defeated by the quiet strength of Pakistan’s Buddha

In Bangkok, you can’t get there from here

Compared to the thrilling rapidity of the dramatic cave rescue in Chiang Rai, the travelling life of the average Bangkok commuter has continued to be remarkably slow. Motorists are used to that, of course, but riders of the BTS Skytrain have abruptly been deprived of their accustomed fast lane.

Pigs, paws and pistachios: US goods face tariffs in China

From pig heads to pistachios to whiskey, China’s proposed list of targeted US products for higher border taxes could take a bite out of bilateral trade between the world’s top two economies. After Washington imposed new tariffs on billions of Chinese imports just past the stroke of midnight last Friday, Beijing hit back immediately dollar for dollar.

Thai military mindset stuck in the past

Two major rescue operations demonstrate need for more sophisticated ‘weapons’ in emergency-response missions

Is Malaysian politics working on the toss of a coin?

Perhaps the biggest question prompted by the arrest of former Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak is a hypothesis. What if he had won the general election that took place a few weeks earlier?

Crushed for the ‘crime’ of loving China’s No 1 dissident 

Liu Xia: the apolitical poet who became a democracy activist’s wife

UAE, Arab coalition focused on humanitarian situation in Yemen

The Arab coalition launched a major military and humanitarian aid operation in Western Yemen in mid-June. The objective is to ensure the unimpeded supply of humanitarian aid to the Yemeni people by liberating the Red Sea port city of Hodeida from the Houthi rebels.