Preetam Rai · July, 2006

Latest posts by Preetam Rai from July, 2006

Singapore: GPS Tracking

  21 July 2006

Gayle Goh at i-speak blog is concerned about a new GPS based tracking system offered by a Singapore company. The company claims that the system provides peace of mind by letting people track their property and loved ones.

Cambodia: Death of a Pol Pot henchman

  20 July 2006

The Cambodia blog has a post on Ta Mok, one of the top killers during the Pol Pot regime. Ta Mok died in a hospital today. The blogger is disappointed that the killer did not pay for his crimes. “Why the world is so unfair for thousands of innocent people...

Indonesia: Merapi Fan

  20 July 2006

Asri talks about her love for Mount Merapi. Merapi located in Central Java, Indonesia is one of the most active volcano on the planet. The bloggers shares night time pictures of the volcano.

Malaysia: Insecure Men

  20 July 2006

Bunnywunny blogs about a discussion she had with her hairsylisht. The hairstylist argues that insecure men make the best boyfriends and lovers.

Myanmar: Burglish Convertor

  20 July 2006

Mayvelous is glad that some one took up the challenge to build a Buglish convertor. Burglish is burmese written phonetically in Latin script. The software converts the Latin script to Burmese alphabets.

Cambodia: Respecting Local Culture

  20 July 2006

Pisey at Cambodia Blog is urging the readers to explore the North East of Cambodia. “I would recommend you to come here if you are looking for a fantastic place for your tour. There a lot of places to discover: numbers of waterfall not just one, lakes, spending time in...

Malaysia: Curious Penang People

  20 July 2006

The blogger at malaysiandaily.com writes about the curiousity of people in Penang city. “Each time, there's a road accident on one side of the road, the other side of the road's traffic will be terribly affected. Every driver would slow down to view the accident scene. There are a few...

Singapore: Beancurd Brothers

  19 July 2006

Sparklette compares tau huay, a local beancurd dessert, from two rival stalls located next to each other. The stalls are run by feuding brothers.

Philippines: Preserving Heritage

  19 July 2006

Ivan About Town is concerned about the state of ancestral homes in Philippines. Antique dealers are tearing down these houses to sell woodwork and other contents of these homes.

Myanmar: Azarni Day

  19 July 2006

Mayvelous, a Burmese living in Fiji remembers poems and songs on Myanmar's founding father on the Martyr’s Day or Azarni Day as it is known in Myanmar.

Indonesia: Tsunami Alarm

  19 July 2006

The blogger at Indonesia's Economy Blog does not agree with the Science and Technology minister . The minister claims that giving warning tsunami warnings on radio is a bad idea. UPDATE: Apparantly, the minister was misquoted. Pls check the comments on this post.

Singapore: Remembering Capitol Cinema

  17 July 2006

Singapore's heritage blogger Lam Chun See remembers the golden days of a 76 year old cinema hall. The unused cinema might end up like other cinemas in Singapore – developers tearing them down to build shopping complex or hotels.

Indonesia: Tsunami Updates

  17 July 2006

Angelo Embuldeniya at worldwidehelp blog is monitoring the latest Indonesian tsunami news. “According to sources on the ground, a local tsunami measuring 2m in height hit a West Java resort where 5 people are confirmed to have died and officials have stated that the threat of the tsunami being widespread...

Singapore: India Travel Tips

  17 July 2006

Singapore's intrepid traveller gets the better of Indian custom officials on her recent visit to the country. The post has couple of tips for travellers going to India. “I was told by someone that in order to fend for myself as a woman, and as a foreign woman, in India,...

Indonesia: Tsunami

  17 July 2006

Crisismesh blog is reporting on the Tsunami in Indonesia caused by an eartquake in Indian Ocean. The blogger at WideImaginations feels the quake in Jakarta.

Thailand: Border Crossing

  13 July 2006

One of common question among backpackers who land up in Bangkok is how to get to Cambodia. Magnoy's Samsara posts a video on his blog depicting some of the places along the Thai-Cambodia border.

Malaysia: Miss Sarawak 2006 Coverage

  13 July 2006

Malaysian blogger Kenny Sia adds colour to his coverage of Miss Sarawak 2006 pageant with usual humourous comments. Sarawak is a province of Malaysia that lies on the island of Borneo.

Cambodia: Loving Cambodia

  13 July 2006

Vannadeth, a Cambodian citizen living in Germany is pained by the error he finds in the geographical area of his country listed on a website. The blogger talks about his feelings for his country.“How do you feel when people as you ” Is Cambodia safe now from bombs?” This is...