Biography of the Author Jack Board

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  1. Waves crash in Batanes, Philippines

    In the path of the storm: Life in Batanes on the Philippines’ typhoon track

    Batanes is like nowhere else in Southeast Asia. Its people, the Ivatan, have endured for some 4,000 years, mostly alone in their own part of the ...
  2. Aceh Rohingya refugees

    Rohingya in Aceh: Sailing into Indonesia’s unsteady embrace

    Aceh in Indonesia has proven to be a rare harbour of safety and embrace for Rohingya fleeing Myanmar by boat. But as sailing season begins again, ...
  3. Refugees Indonesia

    Stuck, but sticking together: Refugees and their years of uncertainty stranded in Indonesia

    Indonesia is home to about 14,000 refugees. Each carries a unique story and diverse reasons for ending up stranded in Southeast Asia.
  4. Siem Reap 9

    Despite Salik’s success, concerns remain for welfare of Cambodian children working in tourism

    The viral story of Thuch Salik, the talented multi-lingual boy selling souvenirs around Angkor Wat, has thrown the spotlight on the plight of ...
  5. Victim of Typhoon Haiyan

    Dislocation and dysfunction hang over lives of Tacloban evacuees, five years after Typhoon Haiyan

    Five years after Tacloban was devastated by Typhoon Haiyan, recovery projects are still riddled with problems. Less than one third of families ...
  6. Indonesian officials with one of the black boxes from Lion Air flight JT610 - 1

    Black box from Lion Air crash brought back to shore