Stories about Cambodia from September, 2007
Protest vigils and prayer meets in support of the protesting monks in Myanmar are being held in neighboring countries. This post has some images and videos from South East Asian countries.
Cambodian blogger Mean Lux has posted images from a vigil they held in front of Myanmar embassy this morning.
Ms. K, a Cambodian blogger, remember a Burmese friends and asks readers to support the red shirt campaign.
Cambodian blogger and Global Voices Author Tharum Bun talks to fellow blogger Vireak from Seam Reap. Tharum asks Vireak about his motivations for starting and maintaining his blog. Vireak shares his unique ideas on the blogging scene in Cambodia.
Vutha summarizes a report on sexual exploitation of women in Cambodia and calls for stricter implementation of laws that according to him are only there for the benefit of the rich and powerful.
K-Media has a better idea for US Federal Bureau of Investigation that is currently involved in training Cambodian Interior Ministry officials in counter-terrorism.
BISEAN is today looking at the origin of the names of South East Asian capital cities.
Khemara Phoumirak says he does not care about corruption in Cambodia.
The South East Asian Archaeology Blog writes about a new research on the civilization that built the Angkor temples. The research agrees with half a century old theory of a French archeologist who claimed that the civilization decline was because of over exploitation of its natural resources.
Bisean looks at the importance of white elephants to the royalty in continental South East Asia.
Global Voices author Geoffery Cain compares a New York Times report on garbage pickers of West Bank with his research in a garbage dump in Cambodian capital Phnom Penh. Geoffery finds government apathy in both the places.