Stories about Cambodia from December, 2009
Impressions of Southeast Asian Games in Laos
Cambodia-based blogger Andy Brouwer shares his impressions on the recently concluded Southeast Asian Games held in Laos.
Cambodia: Police begins to fine motorists in the evening
Vutha observes that traffic cops in Cambodia have started to apprehend and fine motorists who violate traffic laws in the evening.
Cambodia: Gay novels on blogs
GK Network Blog shares links of Cambodian blogs which upload gay novels on their blogs
Cambodia: First Gay Blog
GK Network Blog is described as Cambodia's first gay blog. The site aims to raise awareness of straight people about gays and their rights.
Cambodia: Female Voices in the Blogosphere
GV author Sopheap Chak interviews two Cambodian female bloggers about the participation and role of women bloggers in Cambodia. The two bloggers also share their views on the state of political blogging in the country
Cambodia: Anti-Corruption Advocacy of Bloggers
December 9 is annually celebrated as International Anti-Corruption Day. Cambodian bloggers share their views on the anti-corruption efforts of the government and other advocacy groups.
Cambodia: Facebook impact on blogging
GV author Tharum explains the impact of Facebook and other social networking sites on the status of blogging in Cambodia.
Cambodia: Ban sale of dog meat
Vutha is supporting the proposal to ban the sale of dog meat in Cambodia
Cambodia: Khmer Rouge parade video
The Eyes of the Pineapple uploads an old film footage of a parade of Khmer Rouge armour on the streets of Phnom Penh.