An interview with Chang Chih-sheng, Director-General, Taiwan Fisheries Agency on the issue of child labour. The latest “List of Goods Produced by Child Labour or Forced Labor” was
Online shopping for fresh groceries is trending compared to physical purchases from the traditional market but, is the sensory experience missing? Since the global Covid-19
Celebrating Larung Sesaji with offerings and giving thanks to the sea. Cilincing, North Jakarta, Indonesia. There is a tradition, known as Larung
An art exhibition featuring, “The Great Voyage of Taiwanese Plants” and “Lee Chien-Lang’s Solo Exhibition” on paintings of ancient architecture.
A short interview with a local resident and life in Maura Baru, North Jakarta. Rising sea water due to climate change
Dr. Zulkarnain, Head of Research shares the innovation of FAD booster technique tested in Pelabuhan Ratu, Sukabumi, West Java. Indonesia’s IPB
A short interview with a local resident and life in Maura Baru, North Jakarta. Life as a fisherman is always hard. But it is getting worse
The impact of sea level rising in Muara Baru, North Jakarta
11 Chinese dams upstream are wrecking havoc on local communities’ livelihood and the environment.
Gay seafarers are working hard despite facing discrimination onboard vessels.
Assessing the environmental impact.
The nuisance that hurts Filipino seafarers.
Officials going all out to ensure Filipino seafarers remain first choice of shipowners.
To be homeless in the Philippines is to be largely helpless.
Both countries have what the other needs.
Drug abuse is not cool.
Advocating for ethical business practice.
A clean culture is important to attract customers.
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
Recent and ongoing humanitarian crises and conflicts, resulting from war, terrorism, climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as
Philippine government agencies are on the warpath against ambulance chasers and members of the legal profession who are alleged to