The country’s political reforms have not shielded remote communities from being devastated by ongoing conflicts.
Transgender people are often found living at the margins of society with low social status and few job opportunities.
Muslim fishing village was saved by a mangrove forest – and now efforts are under way to save it from developers.
Time has stood still for the residents of the Mae La refugee camp decades after they fled their homes in Myanmar.
Most ethnic Vietnamese cannot buy land so they live in floating villages in Tonle Sap, Southeast Asia’s largest lake.
Though the army has imposed a curfew since taking control, a party atmosphere prevails along Bangkok’s Khaosan Road.
Thousands of protesters have converged on Bangkok to oppose the army’s sweeping takeover.
Thailand’s military coup and imposed curfew have divided the population and drawn international condemnation.
Sixty years ago the Viet Minh defeated the French in the battle of Dien Bien Phu, an event still celebrated today.
A rebel militia in Myanmar’s Shan state has been cracking down on drug production.