Siem Reap in Cambodia means “Siam Defeated“, referring to the 16th century victory that solidified the Khmer Kingdom from the Thais. Located in western… 105 more words
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The road from Phnom Penh to Battambang stretches for hours across sun-scorched plains. Our bus passes tiny impoverished towns where locals ply their wares – orange coolers of soft drinks and shelves of questionable gasoline in repurposed Johnnie Walker and Absolut bottles. 234 more words
My name is Lydia Weiant and I am a sophomore at Ohio University studying anthropology; political science; and law, justice, and culture. My focus is in legal anthropology and I am interested in issues of transitional justice, international law, and post-conflict rebuilding through an anthropological lens. 217 more words
HANOI, March 11 (Xinhua) — Vietnamese naval ship has examined waters off southern Ba Ria Vung Tau province without finding any fragments earlier spotted by a Hong Kong commercial aircraft, Vietnam’s National Committee for Search and Rescue said here Tuesday. 183 more words
In 2012 Duncan Ward travelled to Cambodia, he was searching for purpose and meaning in his life. He met a man named Racky.
Rackys’ story inspired Duncan in a way that has changed his life, and the lives of over 5000 children in the last year. 281 more words