Biography of the Author Jack Board

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  1. Vietnamese migrants could be on borrowed time in Cambodia

    The Cambodian government is threatening to deport any “newcomers” unable to produce correct and legal documentation.
  2. Answer to Marawi extremism seen as more than just religion

    The Marawi siege is reaching its end. But it is the protracted scars of this conflict, and the city’s role as a centre for religious militant ...
  3. Marawi’s displaced find purpose and community in tent city

    Evacuees from Marawi City are striving to rebuild their lives in tent cities, more than four months after the conflict began. But not everyone is ...
  4. Unidentified bodies salvaged from Marawi streets buried in mass graves

  5. Fractured lives in limbo: Marawi residents facing long wait to return to shattered homes

  6. An AirAsia full-service airline would be ‘disastrous’, says CEO Tony Fernandes

    Starting a full-service airline to take on the world’s best-rated airlines is not something low-cost aviation giant AirAsia will be considering, ...
  7. ‘Bad old days’ of budget airlines are gone: Scoot CEO

    The dark days of budget airlines leaving passenger stranded in times of disruption are long gone, says Scoot CEO, Lee Lik Hsin.
  8. Four days, 11 flights, 10,000km: A reporter’s journey to examine the growth of Asia's budget airlines

    Budget airlines, now so dominant in Southeast Asia, have opened up the skies and radically transformed the way people travel. Jack Board took 11 ...