The Indonesian band formally known as Peterpan reunited in 2012 under the new name NOAH with similar rock pop hits.
Join in the action-packed kung fu action involving Cantonese gangsters, casino bosses, brothel mamasans, Japanese ninjas, and a corrupt English policemen! (on 2/26)
In her talk Step describes how Twitter and Facebook have had a dramatic impact on her work as an Al Jazeera journalist in Southeast Asia.
We return to our weekly artist spotlight with the pop hit, "Dance Today," from the Khmer diva Meas Sok Sophea.
Pat Evangelista explains - through the lens of her experiences while covering the Maguindanao massacre of 58 people - why she tells stories.
This week CSEAS features one of TIME magazine top 5 artists to watch in 2008 who is still creating amazing tunes.
Anthropologist Dr. Kelli Swazey gives us insight into the culture of the Torajan tribesmen, who spend their entire lives preparing for their deaths.
IPAC’s latest report notes four reasons why the Syrian conflict has become so popular in Indonesia.
CSEAS will co-sponsor a talk by Dr. Scott, the Sterling Professor of Political Science and Professor of Anthropology at Yale University. (on 2/26)
Ratanaruang, a star of the Thai new wave, drenches his film in classic noir style, filling it full of shadows and rain. (on 02/05)