What does it mean for the local LGBTI community? Thailand is moving forward in recognizing same-sex couples. Today the cabinet approved the
The revised law, while not officially recognizing same-sex marriage, places the communist country at the forefront of countries in Asia becoming more accepting of gay people. The National Assembly’s move is expected to attract more lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender travellers and boost Vietnam’s $9 billion tourism industry.
Written by my partner, Richard Crlik during our stay in Siem Reap, Cambodia What a time it’s been pets!
Vietnam is beautiful country to visit and Hanoi is my favorite for its old colonial charm and urban feel.
Written by Richard during our days living in Siem Reap – Cambodia Hello darling viewers! Hope you are all
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It’s that time again, time for another edition of Ellen Eats. This time, I was gutsing my way through a
Written by Richard A big warm welcome back to all of you darling viewers. I’m still thrilled that you
From Bangkok to Macau I must admit that my preference when traveling is urban environment rather than isolated tourist
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More bad news for LGBT population of Indonesia Indonesia has agreed to block dozens of gay websites and apps in
We are gay couple – Richard and Alex and we have spent 5 years in Siem Reap Cambodia. During
Written by Saigoneer A high school in Saigon recently came under fire for contentious admission requirements which discriminate against
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However in recent times, especially in tourist areas, Thai people have become very forgiving if the…
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