Stories about Cambodia from March, 2007
Details are Sketchy has a post on a reporter from Sexerati.com visiting Cambodia as a part of her coverage for a video podcast on sex in South East Asia.
Mungkol in Cambodia says blocking of mobile SMS during the elections is funny and unreasonable.
The youth in Cambodia are very active helping their fellow citizen's learn blogging and get to grips with information technology. Vutha has some pictures from a recent training held in a Cambodian city.
Cloggers – a self coined name by Cambodian bloggers themselves are happy that the mainstream media has an article on them. Dee Deehas more.
Vutha describes the four types of beggars one may find in Cambodia.
Details are Sketchy reviews a North Korean restaurant in Cambodia.
Since its inception in last year, blogging training aka Personal Information Technology Workshop has introduced basic use of IT skills to more than 2000 students from 10 Cambodia's universities. A personal information technology workshop in session. Image from Kalyan Keo‘s blog. After a few months of preparation, the workshop of...
Phnomenon finds a coffee outlet near his place in Phnom Penh that roasts locally grown coffee beans. The blogger has a pictorial post on the roasting process.
Vutha describes the life of a beer promotion girl in Cambodia.
Blogs by Khmer takes offense at Cambodian Prime Minister's recent speech where he asked the people not to beg his party for schools and other facilities if the party looses the elections. “Shame on you, Mr. Prime Minister! Improving people's lives by building schools, hospitals, bridges, libraries, roads are the...
Vutha writes about a lecturer in Cambodia who was sentenced to two years in prison for teaching anti-government material from a textbook that he himself wrote and published.
Khmer440 blog has some advice for people thinking of moving to and living on a budget in Cambodia.