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· January, 2006

Stories about Cambodia from January, 2006

Asia Blogger Profile: Cambodia’s Seserak

Seserak (Vicheth's nickname) writes the “Cambodia to Japan” blog, a journal of his experience as a Cambodian living and going to school in Japan. He grew up in Kampong Speu...

The Year of the Dog Comes to the Rest of East Asia

“Da Hong Deng Long” (Big Red Lantern) by Yining Zhang Blogs all around East and Southeast Asia have gone grey this past weekend as many, particularly those in the overseas...

Cambodia: Photographer of the Dead

Macam-macam writes about Nhem En, the Khmer Rouge photographer who documented the inmates at Cambodia's infamous Tuol Sleng prison.

Cambodia: Manifesto in Khmer

Cambodia-based blogger Jinja has translated Global Voices Online's manifesto into Khmer. Aw-kun. Awesome.

Around Cambodia with Digital Citizens

A blackout in the United States in 2003 made history and news headline, but not at all in Cambodia. In Stung Treng, while composing an email in a community Internet...

Cambodia: On the Scene

Cambodia-based blogger Jinja happens to witness an opposition rally — in the midst of a power outage — while typing in a post.

Daughters of Jailed Cambodian Human Rights Activist Fight for Freedom of Expression

Photos courtesy of Warren Anderson, UCIC Kem Monovithya, 24, and Kem Samathida, 18, the daughters of imprisoned Human Rights activist Kem Sokha are in the US and working with Cambodian...

The Moveable Feast: Eat the World in Ten Blogs

#1Have you ever wondered how the soldiers in Iraq spent the holiday season?  This is the day when you will get the scoop, first hand by Chairbone Stranger, an American...

Demand Freedom of Expression in Cambodia Campaign

The Cambodian Government's actions to silence critics of the ruling party rang in the New Year with the arrests Human Rights activists Kem Sokha, Yeng Virak and Pa Nguon Teang....

Cambodia: Palmy Memories

From Cambodia to Japan shares his childhood memories of palm trees – of palm juice, palm wine, palm sugar and a scorpion in a palm tree.

Cambodia: Year in Review

At, Lord Playboy wraps up 2005 in Cambodia, including the millions of dollars of foreign aid pledged to prosecute Khmer Rouge in special tribunals (and not to development) and...

Development of Information and Communication Technologies in Cambodia

Since the computer made its debut in Cambodia, using Khmer-language characters has not been easy. Although different Khmer language fonts are available such as: Limon, ABC, Khek, Battambang, ABC-Zero-Space and...

Cambodia: Reaction to Human Rights Activists’ Arrest

Seserak, a Cambodian student studying in Japan, adds his voice to those criticizing the New Year's arrest of two local human rights activists by his government. “It is much more...

Cambodia: New Food Blog

Cambodia contributor Beth Kanter says: “Oh my god, a Cambodian food blog.” The tasty-looking blog's name is Phnomenon.

Cambodia: Wasting Our Time

A sex tourist posts a question on the Cambodian Ministry of Interior website's forum for asking the best places to find prostitutes and the going hourly rate in the country....

Reactions to Arrest of Cambodian Human Rights Activist Kem Sokha

Photo of Kem Sokha via VOA Via Jinja who points to this AP wire story about the arrest of the Kem Sokha, Cambodian Center for Human Rights.   It confirms that...

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