Tharum Bun musings from Cambodia

Month / May 2011

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rj_d0diYUTo This is Chen Sokha, who until a few years ago spent her days scavenging at Phnom Penh’s Stung Meanchey dump. Now she’s a student at a prestigious international school in the capital. She’s even been named one of Newsweek magazine’s top 150 women. She was featured in a documentary of inspiring girls around the […]

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For those grieving over Reach Sambath, carrying on his accomplishments might be the greatest contribution we can make toward ensuring that the impact of his work is not forgotten, write Tharum Bun & Colin Meyn In a country dominated by infamous legacies, often tied to the Khmer Rouge or various other failed and nefarious institutions […]

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Note: this article was first printed in The Phnom Penh Post on Wed, 25 May 2011. For those grieving over Reach Sambath, carrying on his accomplishments might be the greatest contribution we can make toward ensuring that the impact of his work is not forgotten, write Tharum Bun & Colin Meyn In a country dominated […]

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Conference to Foster Ideas Worth Spreading

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http://www.khmerbuddhistrelief.org/k.names.htm http://www.khmer.rfi.fr/node/41744 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sanskrit

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Corruption is rife and dissent is stifled, as “Cambodia’s Curse” shows. But entrepreneurs are giving the country some hope, writes Geoffrey Cain.

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Asia Sentinel’s A. Lin Neumann talked to Reach Sambath, much known as a father of Cambodia journalists, about his role as a spokesman for the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia. When the Khmer Rouge Tribunal begins its formal hearings sometime next year, its Cambodian spokesman Reach Sambath hopes to put to rest his […]

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Cambodia a “late comer” to the Internet, with commercial service launching late, in 1997.

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Analysis: Cambodian PM reaps gains from Thai border battles

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