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· September, 2010

Stories about Cambodia from September, 2010

Southeast Asia: Blogging about Football

There are many football blogs in Southeast Asia that provide relevant news stories and updates about football matches and programs in the region. Here is a list of football blogs...

Cambodia: Controversial mobile phone ad

An advertisement of a major Cambodian mobile phone service provider is being criticized by many netizens for promoting bad internet behavior among the youth. Bloggers are pushing for the removal...

Cambodia Tourism Magazine

The Mirror reviews the September-October 2010 copy of the Cambodia Tourism Magazine. The blogger points out some errors in the paper but also praises the relevant tourism news about Cambodia....

Cambodia: Khmer Rouge and Nazi

Keo Kounila compares the similar experience of Cambodians under the Khmer Rouge regime and the Germans during the Nazi era.

Cambodia: Prehistoric site destroyed

An archaeological site in Kampong Cham Province in Cambodia was destroyed early this month to make way for a temporary housing and development project.

Asia: Videos on Drug Abuse and Detention Centers

Drug abuse detention centers in Asia are in the spotlight. Although some Asian drug addicts go in voluntarily to kick their habit, in some places, this has led to routine...

Cambodia: Countdown to BarCamp Phnom Penh 2010

The 2010 BarCamp Phnom Penh, which will take place on September 25 and 26, is expected to gather around 1,000 IT enthusiasts. This will be the third BarCamp event in...

Cambodia: Interview with an anonymous blogger

Tharum Bun interviews the blog author of ‘Details are Sketchy’ who has been blogging about Cambodia for many years. The interview reveals some information about the Cambodian blogosphere

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