Justice at last?

Justice at last?

After having spent hundreds of millions of dollars the Khmer Rouge tribunal finally has found Nuon Chea and Khieu Saphan guilty of “crimes against humanity” and has sentenced them to life in prison. Many people are hailing the verdict as justice and closure to a very sad chapter in Cambodian… Read More »

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Somaly Mam, an impossible hero

Somaly Mam, an impossible hero

I think everyone by now probably has heard about the scandal surrounding Somaly Mam. This got me into pondering: how likely it is for a young girl in Cambodia sold into sexual slavery to not only break free from her ordeal but also one day rise up to become a… Read More »

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What is a "Buddhist"?

What is a “Buddhist”?

Cambodia is said to be 95% Buddhist. All my life I’ve always considered myself Buddhist, so I figured I’d be in good company by moving back to my native country. Boy, was I wrong! I’d find that I’m constantly at odds with the way the locals think and go about… Read More »

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Copter crash kills 2 Cambodian military generals

Copter crash kills 2 Cambodian military generals

Here’s a news article that really caught my attention. Copter crash kills 2 Cambodian military generals Comments

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New Khmer music website

New Khmer music website

I invite everyone to check out Khmer Music Videos a new website featuring the most popular Cambodian karaoke music videos from the hottest Khmer singers including Sokun Nisa, Preap Sovath, Khemarak Sereymon, Ouk Sokun Kanha, and many new faces that I’m not so familiar with. KhmerMusicVideos.com features mostly modern Khmer… Read More »

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