The guest of this episode of "Abakaba Southeast Asia Radio" is Frank, the author of "Nanyang Zhi" . He is very good at writing articles on the theme of international relations, history and culture in Southeast Asia. In the interview, Frank will share the origin of his contact with Southeast Asia, and his It's how first-hand experiences of Southeast Asia's historic sights, neighborhood restaurants, and road trips translate into brilliant words.
The university was in the Department of Anthropology, and Frank began to criticize the article "Deep Play: Notes on the Balinese Cockfight" by the scholar Clifford Geertz (1926-2006) on the love of cockfighting among Javanese men in Indonesia. Southeast industry email list Asia is full of interest. After being sent by the company to Vietnam for training in 2011, he began to learn Vietnamese, and through language learning, he has a deeper understanding of the local area. Frank began to formally write the first article in Southeast Asia, which was about the " imaginary border " in the case of the Thai-Cambodian border temple in public international law .
The summer temple , due to the demarcation of the border after the colonial home country left, triggered Cambodia and Thailand to fight for the ownership of the Preah Vihear temple in 2008. After getting feedback from friends, Frank began to try more writing. On the way back from a trip to East Timor, he met Jing Bojun, the founder of "Nanyang Zhi" in Singapore, so he published " Island in Power: East Timor " written after the trip in "East Timor". Nanyang Chronicle. Speaking of the most preferred country in Southeast Asia, Frank said that it was Vietnam. In addition to his wife being