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· September, 2006

Stories about Cambodia from September, 2006

Cambodia: Vietnamese Soldiers

Chhay Vet blogging at Khmer440 remember the time immidiately after the fall of Khmer Rouge in Cambodia. The blogger has respect for the first batch of Vietnamese troops who helped...

Cambodia: Ancestor's Day

Vutha in Cambodia introduces Prachum Benda, the Cambodian Ancestor's day. “The fifteen-day observance of Prachum Benda, or Ancestors’ Day, is a time for living relatives to remember their ancestors and...

Cambodia: Expanding Blogosphere

The blogosphere in Cambodia is growing rapidly and it includes both the locals and expats. Details are Sketchy introduces some new blogs from Cambodia.

Cambodia: Introducing Blogs on Cambodia

Mythical Dude is missing Cambodia and he is staying in touch by reading blogs from Cambodia.

Cambodia: Remembering Khmer Rouge's Fall

Chhay Vet at Khmer440 blog remembers the day in 1979 when as a child he witnessed Vietnamese soldiers chase away the Khmer Rouge. “I remember the Vietnamese soldiers as being...

Cambodia: Anti-corruption Campaign Blocked by Police

Vutha writes that the authorities in Cambodian capital city Phnom Penh blocked the Black Box campaign. The campaign was organised to collect comments on corruption from the citizens.

Cambodia: Jailed Professor

The Details are Sketchy blog takes on the appeal by Asian Human Rights Commission to free an arrested professor Tieng Narith in Cambodia. The blogger feels that the commission is...

Cambodia: Tuk-Tuk Drivers Protest in Angkor

Details are Sketchy talks about the protest by tuk-tuk drivers in Angkor after the new restrictions that prevents them from driving the tourists to the temples were enforced. Tuk-Tuks are...

Cambodia: Personal Information Technology aka Weblog Workshop

More and more Cambodians are getting introduced to blogging through organized workshops at universities in Phnom Penh, the capital city of Cambodia. The Cambodian blogopshere is probably as not big...

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