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Maura Moynihan

Maura Moynihan | US in turmoil: Is China instigating the violence?

The rapid escalation of violence in recent days has the American media focused mainly on the militarisation of the police

08 Jun 2020 6:35 PM

Maura Moynihan: Top Western elites are now cheerleaders for Xi’s China

This unholy alliance between American elites and the CCP is crashing on the shoals of reality

07 May 2020 6:47 PM

The corona lesson: Cozying up to Xi’s China has a heavy cost

Let us stand with the Chinese people, but not the men in black who have kept them in bondage for over 70 years

19 Mar 2020 12:37 AM

The world must not forget plight of Tibetans

The PLA’s tanks and troops storming Causeway Bay risks a blowback, and the grand plan for global hegemony.

13 Jan 2020 2:19 AM

Not just Delhi and Beijing, 3 other Saarc capitals are among world’s top 10 polluting cities

Now even Bangkok, the Paris of Asia, for long the most elegant of Asian capitals, is shuddering under the weight of ubiquitous ‘development’ projects.

28 Jan 2019 12:19 AM


Of our ‘Monument Mitras’ and saving India’s heritage

Collaborations between the public and private sector to fund culture have proved successful elsewhere.

29 May 2018 12:58 AM

Keeping India’s history alive and its rich heritage thriving

Recently Liz Moynihan completed her 41st trip to the subcontinent; her mission was to disseminate art conservation skills in India.

19 Apr 2018 2:17 AM

Thailand: A Ramakien for King’s Day

The 20th century was a disaster for Buddhism, as millions in Asia were slaughtered by communist regimes.

15 Dec 2017 12:33 AM

Dance, theatre, jazz mark final adieu to Thais’ King of Hearts

Phra Meru, the celestial vessel, gleamed in the twilight haze as Lord Indra withheld the rain.

02 Nov 2017 2:33 AM

Thais to bid Bhumibol farewell amid replica of Vedic universe

Next week hundreds of musicians and dancers will enact King Bhumibol’s favourite episodes of Khon, the royal masked dance of the Ramakien.

23 Oct 2017 12:32 AM


For Thais, a year of mourning for a much-loved King will end today

On the evening of October 5, I went to the Grand Palace for the last day for mourners to bid farewell to the King.

13 Oct 2017 12:23 AM

Seeds of India in the rich soil of Thai magic and folklore

Songkran derives from the Sanskrit word Samkranti, ‘astrological passage’, which denotes transformation.

19 Apr 2017 1:23 AM

A fitting tribute to Thailand’s much-loved King Bhumibol

Buddhism, India’s gift to Thailand, and to the world, once more reveals its phenomenal power of adaptation in the 21st century.

06 Feb 2017 12:51 AM

Grief unites Thailand as it honours late King Bhumibol

Thai newspapers are running out of stock, printing special editions with archival photographs.

25 Nov 2016 2:01 AM