- A mix of up to six psychoactive substances dissolved in liquid to make a beverage called “happy water” has gained popularity in Southeast Asia in recent months.
- The beverage reportedly induces a state of euphoria without exhaustion, leaving users feeling “dreamy, active and energetic.”
- Caffeine, diazepam, ketamine, MDMA (ecstasy), methamphetamine and tramadol are said to compose the superdrug, but it’s unclear whether all six substances must be in the mix to produce the same effects.
- Authorities in Thailand and Myanmar have arrested individuals suspected of trafficking the drug in entertainment venues such as bars and clubs.
- Abuse of the drug can lead to multiple health problems and even death due to its synthetic composition.
A powerful combination of six psychoactive substances that are dissolved in liquid to make a beverage known as “happy water” is reportedly on the rise in Southeast Asia, triggering a crackdown by authorities.
The literal cocktail, which appears to have gained popularity in recent months, is said to induce a state of euphoria without exhaustion, leaving users feeling “dreamy, active and energetic.”
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An Australian man has admitted in court that he is a sexual predator and abused 47 young boys in southeast Asia and Australia in the span of over 16 years.
Boris Kunsevitsky, a 52-year-old man from Melbourne, abused children mostly from the Philippines, a few in Singapore, Australia, and one in Indonesia, according to The Age.
A video of an Asian woman being physically assaulted by her husband on their wedding day has gone viral on Twitter, sparking a widespread debate on sex trafficking and domestic violence issues surrounding Asian women — particularly in Southeast Asia.
The video shows an Asian woman wearing a wedding dress feeding a man, which many Twitter users believe to be her groom, a piece of their wedding cake. When she playfully moves the dessert away from her husband’s mouth, he retaliates by slapping her across the face, making her fall backwards.
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Southeast Asia is a burgeoning market for social commerce with about 30 percent of online sales in the region happening through social media in 2016.
New data from consulting firm Bain & Co. published in the Wall Street Journal, social media websites, such as Facebook and Instagram, are attracting 150 digital consumers in the region into e-commerce by using messaging tools and introducing shopping features.