Matthew Tostevin

Matthew Tostevin

@TostevinM

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@Reuters Southeast Asia Editor. #JournalismIsNotACrime

Thailand
Joined on January 14, 2017
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In the least surprising election news, Singapore's People's Action Party is seen retaining its parliamentary majority, according to a sample of votes.

The terrible tale of those who perished as they tried to pick a living from a heap of jade mining waste in Myanmar, where #coronavirus has pushed even more people to risk their lives. Powerfully told by @sam_aungmoon https://t.co/IXGegooQfv

Quoted @pressfreedom

Join CPJ and 60 #pressfreedom organizations in our call to #HoldTheLine in support of journalists Maria Ressa and Reynaldo Santos and independent media in the #Philippines. Sign and share the petition in support: https://t.co/1xintj6WYj https://t.co/pWoxjQqrNU

Join CPJ and 60 #pressfreedom organizations in our call to #HoldTheLine in support of journalists Maria Ressa and Reynaldo Santos and independent media in the #Philippines.

Sign and share the petition in support: https://t.co/1xintj6WYj https://t.co/pWoxjQqrNU

We @columbiajourn are proud to join the #HoldTheLine coalition in support of @mariaressa @rapplerdotcom & independent media in the #Philippines. #DefendPressFreedom https://t.co/mfNbpcu6cJ

Big jump in #coronavirus deaths in the Philippines today to 42 - the highest in a single day for nearly three months.

Press freedom news in Southeast Asia's more liberal countries today: Committee votes to scrap license of top Philippines broadcaster, at odds with President Duterte; Malaysian police question Al Jazeera reporters over documentary that annoyed the government.

Breaking: Philippine lower house committee just voted against renewing the license of top broadcaster ABS-CBN - which had been at odds with President Duterte.

Voting with rubber gloves in Singapore's coronavirus election. Picture by Edgar Su for @reuterspictures https://t.co/LTKG02WsKt

Voting with rubber gloves in Singapore's coronavirus election. Picture by Edgar Su for @reuterspictures https://t.co/LTKG02WsKt

See Jupiter At Its Most Glorious This Year on Tuesday #Thailand #KE https://t.co/mxVvovM2vZ

“This is the first movement targeted at libraries since the Cultural Revolution” https://t.co/o8sS9fa9y5

For now, Vietnam’s government has somehow been able to co-opt Facebook to act in its own interests. But at the end of the day, the social media giant will remain a fickle partner-in-crime - by @DienLuong85 https://t.co/nLAgWC06Hj

Quoted @KhaosodEnglish

Expats Facebook Group Keeps Tabs on ‘Dual Pricing’ Venues #Thailand #KE https://t.co/YtHNsp4FSs

Could this system be seen as a discount for Thais rather than one for gouging foreigners (who won’t always be better off but very often will be since most are tourists who at least paid for a flight to come here)? https://t.co/S1HJHm3q1c

Indonesia's new #coronavirus infections are the highest in one day in any Southeast Asian country. The number is over 80% the total reported in Thailand since the epidemic began and equals its death toll. In one day.

Another huge jump in daily #coronavirus cases in Indonesia - to a record 2,657 - and another 58 deaths.

With Indonesia reporting another record #coronavirus cases yesterday and 50 more deaths, it becomes ever clearer how much deadlier it has been there than in the rest of the region - and how it is worsening rapidly. https://t.co/MPtOSeMTVk

With Indonesia reporting another record #coronavirus cases yesterday and 50 more deaths, it becomes ever clearer how much deadlier it has been there than in the rest of the region - and how it is worsening rapidly. https://t.co/MPtOSeMTVk

The dates on this chart sent yesterday were garbled. Apologies. Posting again. The data are unchanged.

Reuters
2 days ago

Monkey labor to harvest coconuts for commercial products ‘is almost non-existent’ in Thailand, the deputy agriculture minister said, after British retailers announced bans on products campaigners say use the animals in their production https://t.co/biUVaigxct https://t.co/3NGRy7CsOa

Japan will mostly stop financing and supporting the construction coal-fired power plants overseas, according to Nikkei https://t.co/bR0ewAt0JL

With Indonesia reporting another record #coronavirus cases today and 50 more deaths, the deadly impact of the epidemic there compared to the rest of the region is ever starker. https://t.co/96joI6jJOH

With Indonesia reporting another record #coronavirus cases today and 50 more deaths, the deadly impact of the epidemic there compared to the rest of the region is ever starker. https://t.co/96joI6jJOH

Thailand takes a step towards being only the second place in Asia to allow registration of same-sex unions. By @patpichatan https://t.co/n7fdqTEeJ6

Some three million dogs a year are slaughtered for food in Cambodia, according to campaigners. Siem Reap has been a centre of the trade. https://t.co/Pd31Nuh9HV

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