Southeast Asian countries all have their own media to broadcasts local, regional and international news. Be they online version of newspapers or television, or purely web contents providers, here is a selection of the 15 best media to get informed from various Southeast Asian national perspectives.
Large, neat and well designed maps of Southeast Asia and ASEAN might be useful to help those who need to illustrate their websites, blogs and presentations, or create their own maps. Here are some brand new maps, especially created by ASEAN UP, to be used directly or to be elaborated upon to create beautiful modern maps.
Rapid economic growth and fast changing behaviors are two factors that foster the empowerment of female consumers in Asia. This report presents how the rising income of women and their increasing independence to use it are making them a very attractive segment for retailers and particularly, online retailers.
With more than 22 million smartphone users in Vietnam, and an impressive growth rate, the Vietnamese mobile market is attracting many interests. This report presents some milestones of 2014 together with statistics and trends for 2015 on the use and development of the mobile and applications ecosystem in Vietnam.
Malaysians are well versed in the use of mobile devices, Internet and social media, with high Internet and mobile penetration, and proficiency with social media. Among the leaders in Southeast Asia both in terms of volume and intensity of use, Malaysia has a strong potential to develop activities and business online.
With the rapid development of Indonesia, the daily life habits of the population is also evolving quite rapidly. This brief presentation gives a glimpse into the habits and entertainment of the younger populations of Indonesia, who are the most likely to adopt new trends and influence the future of the country.
Though Singapore is a rather small country in Southeast Asia, when it comes to mobile devices, Internet, social media and e-commerce, Singaporeans are some of the most active users in the region and the world. With such a mature digital market, Singapore has become a global hub and a regional capital for tech companies.
The use of Internet on mobile devices in the Philippines is still behind other ASEAN countries, as smartphone penetration is low. However it is picking up very quickly, and with a population of more than 100 M people and very social habits, the Philippines is already becoming a digital and social media powerhouse in the region.
The mobile and Internet markets are very new in Myanmar and very few studies have been conducted to assess them. Through this presentation, On Device Research detail their findings about the opportunities, challenges and trends, leading brands and services in this fast-evolving interconnected technologies and industries.
Here’s a new infographic that illustrates the demographic and economic challenges and reasons behind the ASEAN integration. Produced for your embedding pleasure, it clearly illustrates internal issues and global advantages for South-East Asian nations to form a strong economic block and gain a louder political voice.