Stories about Cambodia from May, 2008
Educated in France to be an engineer, Santel Phin spent two years in Paris, one of the most romantic cities in the world. In Cambodia, the 31 year-old Santel presently works at Phnom Penh International Airport for he likes terminal and pace of busy people. Born in Kratie, the first...
Clogger Corner attracts Cambodia bloggers, or preferably known as Cloggers.
Copies of the The Burma Daily were confiscated in Cambodia. But articles of the paper can be accessed online.
Food prices continue to rise in the world market. Southeast Asian governments are now re-examining their food and agricultural policies in order to prevent consumer panic and social unrest. Bloggers are discussing the food crisis and its impact in the region.
deathpower reports about the government's confiscation of Cambodia Daily newspaper because of its “Burma Daily” supplement. details are sketchy writes: “The speculation is that the government is worried that the Cambodia Daily will, if it hasn’t already, print embarrassing revelations about the Burmese government, thus causing a fast ally to...
Naychumnith marvels at the modern architecture in Siem Reap, Cambodia
OYGC focuses on the youth of Cambodia
VuthaNews reports that the National Bank of Cambodia has officially circulated a new 20,000 banknote to congratulate the King’s birthday, by bearing the portrait of The King Norodom Sohamoni.
A Cambodia blogger praises the government for the improved press rights and freedom of expression, but wants the Ministry of Culture as well as Ministry of Information to ensure that all commercial TV ads should be properly monitored before going on air.
Blog By Khmer discussed blogging in Cambodia and why most Cambodian bloggers avoid talking about politics.
Carnation, an NGO worker, describes a slum area which she visited in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
The crisis of skyrocketing food prices is affecting all economic groups in every corner of the world. Every day, it seems, high-priced food sends another country lurching through some crisis: demonstrations, riots, rumors of hoarding, falling governments, even deaths. Global Voices is well positioned to follow the nuances of this...