We spotlight the festivals and folktales of Southeast Asia as the region celebrates the new year this week with water festivals Songkran and Thingyan.
Looking for a new book to read while relaxing at the beach this Spring Break? Check out our list of popular fiction and memoirs on Southeast Asia.
In honor of International Women's Day, held on March 8, this week we spotlight books on women in Southeast Asia.
Dr. Jonathan Padwe discusses his current research in Cambodia in a ThinkTech Hawaiʻi Talk from 2013.
This week we present a beautiful love ballad from the talented Khmer artist, Pich Sophia.
The Center for Asian American Media presents films SEA films in their upcoming festival from March 12-22 in San Francisco.
This week we feature one of the top Khmer divas during Cambodia's amazing era of crooner-influenced pop tunes.
The CSEAS Bookshelf Spotlight returns with a feature on language acquisition featuring many professors at UH-Mānoa.
A talk about how frontier expansion brings into existence new social identities, and new assemblages of "nature" and "culture" (on 11/06)
This week CSEAS will screen a brilliant documentary about a child who held on to life in Cambodia’s killing fields.