Going into business internationally has never been easier thanks to the evolution of e-commerce. It might be simple to set up websites, source or make products, then start taking online orders -- but what happens next? Are small businesses ready for the many customs hurdles ahead?
Uncertainties linger and many questions remain unanswered as the drafting of the new constitution enters its final stage and time runs out on this post-coup government's term in power.
This year marks the 60th Anniversary of the historic Bandung Conference and the 70th Anniversary of the end of the Second World War.
2015/5/1, 1 Comment
The strengthening U.S.-Japan alliance is posing a strategic dilemma for South Korea as its relations with Tokyo show no signs of improving, while the need for security cooperation over North Korea's military threats rises.
Eighty-two years after the great 1934 Nepal-Bihar earthquake that registered a magnitude of 8.2, Nepal was struck by a magnitude 7.8 (as measured by the United States Geological Survey) quake on April 25.
When news of Nepal's earthquake broke on Saturday, my first thoughts turned to the many Nepalis I met on my two trips there.
It will be an interesting time this October when the mainland reveals its trump card. And when it does so, it might lead to a wake-up call for the global financial markets.
2015/4/28, 1 Comment
A few weeks after the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks on the United States, two al-Qaida operatives arrived separately in Singapore to start scouting for targets.
Grief is difficult to deal with but everyone knows what it's like: it begins as a harrowing feeling of numbness that pervades your body, and only much later will you start to grasp the magnitude of the loss.
On Wednesday, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe expressed "deep remorse" for Japan's World War II aggression at the Asian-African Summit, but stopped short of apologies.