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· August, 2007

Stories about Cambodia from August, 2007

Cambodia: Impediments to Widespread E-Commerce in Cambodia

Borin looks at the factors that might discourage Internet entrepreneurs from starting E-Commerce ventures in Cambodia

Vietnam: Papaya with Dried Beef

Cambodian blogger iCambo, currently in Vietnam, invites readers to try a Vietnamese dish that is very similar to another dish in Cambodia.

Cambodia: An Honest Monk

Ly Sochiet describes a visit to a Pagoda with his friends and meeting a monk who refused to take offering money from him and his friends.

Cambodia: Encouraging Friends to Blog

Vutha is seeking ideas to encourage his friends to blog.

Cambodia: Best Rice in the World

Karen Coates at Epicurious.com says Cambodian rice is the best rice in the world. (via Details are Sketchy)

Cambodia: Why the Internet is Expensive

Borin blogs about the cost of Internet access in Cambodia and lists some factors that keep the prices high.

Cambodia: Illegal Logging

Details are sketchy points to news stories talking about illegal logging in Cambodia and the efforts to threaten journalists into keeping quiet about the logging.

Cambodia: Believe in UFOs?

Vann Lyda in Camodia asks her readers if they believe in the UFOs.

Cambodia: Net commentators react to Kem Sokha's new Human Rights Party

A new political party has been launched in Cambodia. Human Rights Party (HRP) is being fronted by activist Kem Sokha. Cambodians are commenting online on the new party and the...

Cambodia: Bloggers Conference

Khmerak posts information about the upcoming Blogger's conference in Cambodia.

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