Welcome to Future Southeast Asia!
livinginasia.co has now moved to a new brand and domain at futuresoutheastasia.com.
Ever since launching Version 1 of Living In Asia in March 2018 the site has continued to evolve. What initially began as a site where I posted once a month or so has grown into a leading resource for news related to construction, transport, and infrastructure in Southeast Asia.
Version 2 – Launching The Newsletter
Version 2 of Living In Asia began in April 2020 with the launch of the weekly newsletter. The newsletter is free to subscribe and it includes extra commentary on weekly articles, as well as a roundup of the latest news in Southeast Asia related to transport, construction, and infrastructure. The newsletter also records updates on old posts, so if you are following a particular project you can find out the latest news.
The newsletter also has a new URL at news.futuresoutheastasia.com. If you are already a subscriber then you will continue to get the weekly newsletter as per usual. If you haven’t subscribed, then subscribe here:
Version 3 – Future Southeast Asia
As of 16 March 2021, Living In Asia is now rebranded to Future Southeast Asia with a new domain at futuresoutheastasia.com.
Future Southeast Asia continues with the work I have been doing on Living In Asia, covering construction, transport, infrastructure, urban design, heritage conservation, and city planning in Southeast Asia.
The new name marks the next phase of the site where I will expand the coverage to more cities in Southeast Asia. In the future, I will be publishing more editorials and create new concept maps. I will also be publishing videos on the YouTube channel, and once travel returns to normal I will be available for talks at conferences related to transport and construction.
Future Southeast Asia is also open to guest writers who can contribute to topics on the theme of the site, and you are welcome to email topic suggestions or tip-offs of new projects that would be of interest to readers of Future Southeast Asia.
Future Southeast Asia can be found at the usual social media sites under the new name:
Lord Dima says
The new name is more fitting, congrats! 🎉
James Clark says
Thanks M’Lord! More aviation content coming your way 🙂