Hun Sen Profile, Manila's Ice Bar and Special Birthday Top Latest “ASEAN Today”

on Friday, 30 August 2013. Posted in 2013, ASEAN Secretariat News

Hun Sen Profile, Manila's Ice Bar and Special Birthday Top Latest “ASEAN Today”

Photo: Customers can chill out in the Manila hotspot “Ice Bar.”

Cambodia’s Hun Sen will lead his country for another term.  A profile of the prime minister is a highlight of the latest edition of “ASEAN Today.”   

Also in the program are reports on the “Ice Bar” hotspot in Manila where customers literally chill out, the international dreams of Indonesian actor Ario Bayu, and raising the flags on ASEAN Day.   

Dalton Tanonaka of Indonesia’s Metro TV co-hosts this month’s program from Jakarta with Glenda Chong of Singapore’s Channel NewsAsia.  Durudee Sirichanya of the ASEAN Secretariat has viewer feedback from around the region.

This is the 22nd episode in the informative and entertaining series, and can be viewed on YouTube as well as through ASEAN broadcasters including Singapore’s Channel NewsAsia and Indonesia’s Metro TV.

“ASEAN Today” is a joint production of the ASEAN Secretariat and Metro TV, with transportation support from AirAsia.  Some material is provided by broadcasters in member countries.  Check local listings for broadcast times.  For more information, contact Tanonaka at dalton@metrotvnews.com.

He’s dealing with election protests, but Cambodia’s Hun Sen will lead his country for another term.  A profile of the prime minister is a highlight of the latest edition of “ASEAN Today.”
            Also in the program are reports on the “Ice Bar” hotspot in Manila where customers literally chill out, the international dreams of Indonesian actor Ario Bayu, and raising the flags on ASEAN Day.    

Dalton Tanonaka of Indonesia’s Metro TV co-hosts this month’s program from Jakarta with Glenda Chong of Singapore’s Channel NewsAsia.  Durudee Sirichanya of the ASEAN Secretariat has viewer feedback from around the region.

This is the 22st episode in the informative and entertaining series, and can be viewed on YouTube (http://youtu.be/kMwtOaxj4zc) as well as through ASEAN broadcasters including Singapore’s Channel NewsAsia and Indonesia’s Metro TV.

            “ASEAN Today” is a joint production of the ASEAN Secretariat and Metro TV, with transportation support from AirAsia.  Some material is provided by broadcasters in member countries.  Check local listings for broadcast times.  For more information, contact Tanonaka at dalton@metrotvnews.com.