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Never Forget x Year Zero

Phnom Penh:::April 17, 1975

The day that changed Cambodia’s landscape forever.

We hope to remember the victims and keep them in our hearts forever.

Adventure time in Siem Reap!

Escribir sobre los templos de Angkor es garantía de que el texto te salga un pufo, porque es francamente difícil abarcar en palabras el esplendor que desprenden estas espectaculares ruinas. 1,103 more words


I planned one month to see Cambodia. “Just 30 days!” I told people.


Cambodia Killing Fields Webquest Links

Before our discussion next week, you need to spend some time getting to know more about the Cambodia Genocide that occurred in the 1970s. Through our viewing of… 116 more words


Siem Reap’s Pub Street: Fish Massages & Fits of Laughter

Pub Street is an extremely popular area for tourists traveling through Siem Reap, filled with endless arrays of food options, bars, music, and massages. From stir frys served in pineapples, spring rolls, crickets, spiders, grasshoppers, silkworms, lok lak, catfish, pancakes, and cook-it-yourself-chicken stations, the varying food options are endless. 381 more words


President Barack Obama, America’s Pol Pot | Veterans Today

President Barack Obama, America’s Pol Pot

by James Roger Brown for Veterans Today

Sociologist, Intelligence Collection and Analysis Methodologist

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Central Phnom Penh, #Cambodia - Khmer New Year

In a burst of luck, Phnom Penh was greeted by a huge rainstorm during the first day of the Khmer New Year earlier this week, which gave life (via the floods) to an otherwise silent city. 13 more words