Stories about Cambodia from April, 2008
ZJ posts funny and creative signs in the streets of Phnom Penh, Cambodia
The Southeast Asian region, home to several emerging and developing economies, is also struggling to cope with the global food price crisis. Bloggers discuss the impact of the crisis in the region.
Im Sokthy reports that Cambodia could be the world's largest rice-exporting country in the next few years
Carrie Martin asks: Where is justice in Cambodia?
Andy's Cambodia sadly writes that his colleague, Kent Davis, lost a collection of 2,000 antique books, many of which are rare Southeast Asian histories dating back to the 1830s
Details are Sketchy questions the poverty statistics released by the Cambodian government
Blogger mythicaldude is hooked to Cambodian Chess
Rice is the staple food in Southeast Asia and in many parts of the world. Many people in Southeast Asia are worried over reports that rice is getting more expensive and supplies are dwindling. Bloggers discuss the impact of the rice crisis in the region.
Cambodian blogger I Just Don't Understand is disappointed that there are no visionary leaders in his country.
Cambodia Calling discussed the minimum wage in Cambodia and China
Mongkol checks out the OLPC and talks about the first Barcamp due in Cambodia.
Cambodia has stopped processing documents for the marriage of its citizens to foreigners in a move to minimize the possibility of human trafficking.
Milton Osborne looks at the Chinese trade expansion in the South East Asian nations just to the south of it and some of the concerns that are coming out of these countries.
Cambodian blogger Makara Kao announces the launching of an interesting online project where people can search and share all translated words and definitions from Khmer into English and vice versa.