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Outstanding Brand of Asia Feature – How Tiger Balm Sprints Into The Hearts of...

One of Asia's outstanding brands featured in the new Asian Geographic collector's edition No. 138 Issue 5/2019, is the Tiger Balm, a brand of over...

The Road to Independence: Malaya’s Battle Against Communism [1948-1960]

by Asian Geographic Editorial Team The Malayan Emergency Following the establishment of the Federation of Malaya, looming uncertainty befell the Chinese majority, who felt excluded from...

Asian Geographic Images of Asia Monthly Competition March 2021 Winners and Finalists

The ASIAN Geographic's Images of Asia (IOA) 2021 photography competition, exhibits the work of photographers from all across Asia. We have received stunning photos...

ASIAN Geographic Celebrates Cheetahs!

It's 4 December - Happy International Cheetah Day! These beautiful, fast creatures are racing against extinction. Today, we'd like to bring awareness to the world’s...

Rise of an Authoritarian Leader: Ferdinand Marcos

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World’s first investment fund dedicated to preventing ocean plastic  Biggest capital investment towards Asia’s ocean plastic crisis  First investments targeted in Asia by...

Mitigating Climate Change: It Starts With Better Ocean Data

For years (and we mean many years), the ocean helped us mitigate the early effects of human emissions by absorbing greenhouse gases, like carbon...

Insights into ASEAN: Tale of the Underdog

The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) was founded on Aug 8 1967 in a bid to prevent the spread of communism, accelerate economic...

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