Southeast Asia celebrates Obamaâ€™s victory
Southeast Asian bloggers are celebrating the victory of President-elect Barack Obama. In fact, Obama's election success has led many bloggers in the region to reflect about the need for change in their local politics.
Asia: On history and hope
Just hours after Barack Obama was named President-Elect, bloggers across the Pacific began recording their thoughts on the historic victory. Hoa Quach reviews blogs from Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines.
Assassination news hits Blogosphere
The disturbing news of two young men plotting to assassinate Democratic candidate Barack Obama have reached the blogosphere with global citizens commenting on what it means for the election and the U.S.
Southeast Asia: Views on U.S. elections and politics
U.S. elections matter to many people in Southeast Asia. Both U.S. presidential candidates are popular in the region. McCain was a former Navy pilot during the Vietnam War while a very young Obama lived in Jakarta for five years.
Indonesia: In Search of Obama's Madrasah
Over a year ago, Fox News released a story stating that Senator Barack Obama had been educated at a â€˜secular madrasahâ€™ as a young child in Indonesia. A madrasah (loosely translated to mean â€˜schoolâ€™ in English) may not sound like a big of a deal, but associating madrasah to words...
Indonesians for Obama
Indonesian bloggers are rallying behind US Presidential hopeful Barak Obama in a unique way - through a Facebook group called Indonesia for Obama '08. Although they naturally cannot vote, they are nevertheless making their voices heard.