Stories By Arglit Boonyai
120 Apr 2015 Mon
Iraq's commercial hub of Erbil - also known as the Middle East's second Dubai - is a thriving city in the Kurdistan Region, but that does not mean it is safe, as Channel NewsAsia's Arglit Boonyai recounts his experience of filming in the city's danger zone.
217 Apr 2015 Fri
Thailand’s military government holds nationally televised event to review its own performance over the past six months. Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha defends his government's work and describes the country's future as "bright and sustainable".
317 Apr 2015 Fri
Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha will give a round-up of his government's six-month performance on Friday (Apr 17), which is expected to highlight his administration's achievements since last year's coup.
413 Apr 2015 Mon
Jolo is known as the kidnap capital of the Philippines, thanks to the presence of Abu Sayyaf rebels. Channel NewsAsia's Arglit Boonyai recalls how it feels to be in the rebel-dominated area.
510 Apr 2015 Fri
Thailand's pro-Thaksin Red Shirts have cancelled a religious ceremony to mark the fifth anniversary of a deadly military crackdown on their members. The government has banned the activities on security concerns. Arglit Boonyai with more.
607 Apr 2015 Tue
Afghanistan remains a dangerous place for locals and visitors alike. Channel NewsAsia's Arglit Boonyai recounts his experience filming in the war-torn nation.
701 Apr 2015 Wed
While many look forward to the end of martial law in Thailand, some human right groups have expressed concerned over its replacement Article 44, a controversial clause in the interim constitution that gives Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha unrestricted powers.
827 Mar 2015 Fri
To honour Mr Lee and keep his memory alive in the hearts and minds of not just students from Singapore but also those from across Asia, the school has organised a week of remembrance.
926 Mar 2015 Thu
"He was one of my very good friends while we worked together. We were both Prime Minister at the same time. We were very close and helped each other often. If there was no Lee Kuan Yew, I believe there would be no Singapore," said Prem Tinsulanonda.
1023 Mar 2015 Mon
Throughout the day, a steady stream of Singaporeans and Thai statesmen has been arriving at the embassy to pass on their condolences to Mr Lee's family and the people of Singapore.