Archive for August, 2005

Siem Reap Part 2

Siem Reap Part Two Tags: Cambodia Siem Reap certainly is looking a bit more developed, lots of tourism going on, even in the low season. Beni and I land at Foreign Correspondents' Club. Today is our last chance to see "&", an exhibition by Douglas P. Baulos, ...

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Siem Reap Break Part 1

Siem Reap Break Part 1 Saturday August 20: Up early to grab the Mekong Express bus to Siem Reap. ("No responsible for miss time"). Quite looking forward to this, Siem Reap is a great place to visit and an even better place to live. Also along for the ride is Beni, an arts ...

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Next Door, Continents Away

Next Door, Continents Away   Tags: cambodia khmer   After getting off the bus from Siem Reap, I took a quick look at my email.   My next door neighbor had passed away. Except he wasn't next door in Cambodia, he was next ...

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"The World on a Train"

"The World on a Train" Tags: cambodia In 1985, when few people were writing about Cambodia, a Canadian writer won the World Fantasy Award for his novella 'The Unconquered Country'. It still has yet to be translated into Khmer, but can be found (if you look) at a few ...

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Members Untie… uh,Unite!

Members Untie... uh,Unite! Two provocative posts from WorldChanging: What is an NGO? What should it be? Go. Read.

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