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· April, 2007

Stories about Cambodia from April, 2007

Cambodia: Crocodile Attacks

Details are Sketchy says that one of the new year prediction of Cambodian royal astronomer is coming true. As predicted by the astronomer, there is a surge in the numbers...

Cambodia: Surviving Street Food

Phnomenon has a “rough guide to surviving (Cambodian) street food“

Cambodia: Fish Sauce Used to Punish Reporter

Vutha writes about a Cambodian official who splashed fish sauce on a reporter. The official was unhappy with the reporter for publishing a humiliating story about him.

Cambodia: Bloggers Mekong Cruise

Kalyan Keo has pictures from a bloggers cruise on Mekong river. The numbers of young bloggers in Cambodia who blog in English is increasing and you can meet some of...

Cambodia: New Year Without Girls

The iCambo blog describes what happens when overseas Cambodian students don't have any girls among them to help celebrate the Khmer new year.

Cambodia: North Korean Restaurant

Cambodia Calling reviews the food and environment offered by a North Korean restaurant in Cambodia. The blogger also ponders over the life of the North Korean women who work at...

The adventures of Phatry Derek Pan in Cambodia

Now settling in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh, without close relatives to accompany him, where unlike his Seattle home there is no local McDonald’s, Phatry Derek Pan adapts to a...

Cambodia: Election Losers Joining Forces

Details are Sketchy comments on the news that two of the worst performers in the recent commune elections in Cambodia, ,Prince Norodom Ranariddh and opposition leader Sam Rainsy are joining...

Cambodia: Movies Related to Cambodia

Andy Brouwer has an update on upcoming Cambodia related movies.

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