We spotlight the festivals and folktales of Southeast Asia as the region celebrates the new year this week with water festivals Songkran and Thingyan.
The 2015 Bookshelf Spotlight kicks off with a two-week series highlighting new releases from the University of Hawaiʻi Press. Check back next week for more!
This week we feature historical tales of passion for sports, music, and loved ones during times of war in Myanmar.
This week we feature writing on the diverse and changing architectural styles in Southeast Asia.
Because we love to start off the year checking out our horoscopes, we have a selection of books on astrology and fortune telling this week!
This week have a difficult to find selection of books on Jewish diaspora in SE Asia.
We are featuring books on everyday forms of resistance, inspired by James C. Scott's work, in Southeast Asia this week.
This week we have a collection of reflective contemporary writing and photography on life, culture, and politics in Myanmar.
Check out this week's Bookshelf Spotlight: "Exiles, Refugees and Rebels."
Bookshelf Spotlight featuring five books on Southeast Asian Theatre