Tharum's blog musings from Cambodia

Month / July 2008

“I’ll Be There For You” ~ Jon Bon Jovi I guess this time you’re really leaving I heard your suitcase say goodbye And as my broken heart lies bleeding You say true love it’s suicide You say you’re cried a thousand rivers And now you’re swimming for the shore You left me drowning in my […]

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In September this year, Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s largest capital city, will host its first ever BarCamp, a user generated conference. Computer enthusiasts, technologists, IT professionals, geeks, nerds, bloggers, web developers, Internet users, and people who think that technology can empower their personal and professional life, will gather at Cambodia-Japan Cooperation Center (CJCC) to talk about […]

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Everything for your girlfriend, or Arsenal? I’m also an Arsenal fan, but I’d not do everything [what’s it] for the London club. Soprach, I’m surprised you can do it. Soprach Tong Arsenal fan Soprach Tong

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Independence Monument in Phnom Penh Cambodia’s Independence Monument was built in 1958 The monument was designed by the country’s most influential modern architect Vann Molyvann

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Ayn Rand‘s For the New Intellectual Her two other books used for this ‘For the New Intellectual’: 1943 novel The Fountainhead Atlas Shrugged (about one thousand pages in length)

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