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Just a Little bit of History Repeating*: Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum

*This post will be upsetting to most readers because it discusses a terrible event that should never have happened but continues to be repeated.

Yesterday was the 40th anniversary of the Khmer Rouge evacuation of Phnom Penh. 514 more words

SE Asia Trip 2014

A Promise Fulfilled

As school is coming to an end I can’t help but think about my upcoming journey this summer. In July I get the awesome opportunity of going on a two week mission trip to Thailand and Cambodia with Coast to Coast Central and Go International. 501 more words

Christian Girl

Surely you jest?

Sometimes this blog could just write itself. Honestly.

The International Organization for Migration said it is expecting the first refugees to arrive in Phnom Penh within days from the Pacific island of Nauru, as… 704 more words

The Formation of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, a Milestone for China

In October 2014, China’s government formally established the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. Its stated purpose was to provide infrastructure financing for Asia.  The Bank was immediately seen by many as a rival global financial institution to the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank, and its formation was immediately attacked by the U.S. 1,513 more words


Living in....Cambodia?

Okay, so back in November, I had this sporadic idea to go ahead and apply for an amazing practicum placement that would take me halfway around the world. 198 more words


Travel Theme: Centre

(This post is linked to Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Centre)

Here are some photos taken from my travels for the theme Centre: 28 more words