Stories about Cambodia from January, 2011
Cambodian Children Books Project
Cambodian Children Books Project is a collaborative effort of a team of Cambodian writers/artists to create reading books in Khmer for Cambodian school children in Cambodia.
Cambodia: Garment Worker Open University
Anne Elizabeth Moore blogs about the Garment Worker Open University project in Cambodia. It aims to unite factory workers in Phnom Penh and inform them about their legal rights
Cambodia: Blogspot still blocked by one ISP
Blogspot is still being blocked by one ISP even if it has been “unblocked” by other networks in Cambodia. The government was accused of ordering the networks to block Blogspot to shut down an anti-government blog.
Cambodia: TEDx Phnom Penh
Preparations are ongoing for TEDx Phnom Penh which will take place on February 5.
Blogspot sites blocked in Cambodia
Blogspot sites were blocked in Cambodia after the government ordered several ISPs to shut down the popular anti-government blog KI Media. The websites have since then been "unblocked" but netizens are worried about this unprecedented online censorship in the country
‘Korean War’ in Cambodia
Mary Kozlovski, writing for The Phnom Penh Post, writes about the reported boycott spearheaded by South Korean tourist operators against a popular North Korean restaurant in Cambodia. The restaurant is owned by the North Korea government.
Thailand, Cambodia: Videos before border arrest
Saksith Saiyasombut links to youtube videos featuring Thai citizens in the Thailand-Cambodia border before being arrested by Cambodian troops.
Southeast Asia: Review of 2010
Here are the top stories in the Southeast Asia region in 2010 as reported by the Southeast Asia team of Global Voices.