The Philippines has become one of the most attractive countries to do business in Asia in the recent years. In order to attract, inform and help more companies to conduct business, the Philippine government has created a website to gather all the important information to set up a company, trade and spread the word on interesting …
Bandar Seri Begawan, capital of Brunei, is expecting to see its population of about 200,000 people in 2014 triple by 2035. Integrated in a vision to develop and diversify the Bruneian economy, Bandar Seri Begawan’s development master plan defines objectives that will enable businesses to anticipate its expansion.
Preserving, restoring or recycling traditional cultures and historic buildings can be a powerful asset to attract visitors and generate tourism revenues. This video presents how economic development can be balanced with the maintaining of cultural heritage and local traditions, in order to stimulate the tourism industry.
The relations between the US and ASEAN are critical to each other in several areas, such as trade and economic cooperation, investment, tourism, immigration and students exchanges. In a recent document, the East-West center goes over the details of these relations through a series of well-conceived infographics.
Google has just created an amazing resource to explore the temples of Angkor with a special “Street View” website of Google Maps. In this first-person 3D reconstructionfrom assembled pictures, anyone can visit the most famous temples of Siem Reap and view in great details their amazing architecture and art as if they were there.
Tony Fernandes, CEO of AirAsia, gives his views on ASEAN and its integration further into the ASEAN Economic Community in 2015. In this interview by Maria Ressa of Rappler, he expresses his ambitions and concerns about ASEAN, highlighted through examples on tourism and air transport, media and entertainment.
The official campaign to promote tourism in Indonesia clearly has set a new standard to bring visitors in “Wonderful Indonesia”. Through a series of very high quality videos on the different parts of the archipelago, it produces means to attract tourists and facilitate the communication of travel agencies and tourism professionals.
This video from the Wall Street Journal presents the back story behind the opening of Myanmar and the role of the business and entrepreneurs community. With many opportunities and some challenges for doing business, Myanmar presents several areas of interest for entrepreneurs and companies willing to invest and trade.
Refreshing videos from the Philippines to promote the country for tourism. To differentiate itself from the other countries of the region, the Philippines focuses on attracting the younger populations through a dynamic, beautiful and energetic video… and its succeeding in gaining viral traction on the Internet.
Amazing video taken shot by a drone in Cambodia – by Roberto Serrini, useful for embedding in any website presenting information on travel in Cambodia as well as NGOs that could be interested in showing the Cambodian rural life.