Lu Hsiangkai (Kay), a young female entrepreneur, is passionate about steering Taiwan’s marine engineering industry to be more environmentally-friendly and sustainable. Traditionally, marine engineering is
When Maritime Fairtrade met with Toha, a truck driver and former drug addict, on October 20 in Sidoarjo Regency, the sky was overcast and he
Adelina, not her real name, was 20 years old when she was forced into sexual slavery after being scammed by
In an interview with Maritime Fairtrade, Lee Li-hua (Alison), a sincere Christian, said she believes happiness lies in helping people.
When Maritime Fairtrade visited a fishing village in Muara Angke, Jakarta, there was a sharp strong smell of fish and
The Indonesian government wanted to reduced logistics costs at the beginning of 2022 but with the announcement of an increase
Patmi, who is from a poor fishing family, was holding back tears that afternoon while talking to Maritime Fairtrade. In between deboning fish, she said
Many Filipinos dream of becoming seafarers. Hiring companies make it a point to highlight not only the economic benefits but also the chance to travel
Interviews with crane operators working in container ports.
Medical emergency, suicide.
Food security risk from Manila Bay project.
Navotas Fish Port Complex.
Malaysia offers a structured ROV professional training.
A hard life got harder after his wife died.
End discrimination, protect employment.
A sailing career motivates Captain Razali to set up Netherlands Maritime University College.
Although bringing in much needed foreign exchange to the economy, Filipino seafarers are underrepresented in government.
Flexible and quicker.
In order to relieve the problem of water shortages, the Water Resources Agency of Taiwan proposed a scheme of “cross-regional
By Dr. Mohd Hazmi Mohd Rusli, associate professor, Faculty of Syariah and Law, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia; research associate, Asian Institute