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LLB Student De Sheng Lim on How Mooting at La Trobe Opened Doors for an ECCC Internship in Cambodia

By De Sheng Lim

Recently I was asked to write about my internship and subsequent consultancy at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia ‘ECCC’. 454 more words

La Trobe University

Do It The Legal Way

The Khmer Rouge tribunal continues to defy gravity.

In ten years, the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia has convicted just three people of crimes against humanity between 1975 and 1979. 201 more words


First Sunday sermon

I preached my first Sunday sermon message at Pastor Mike’s English service (12/13/15).  That’s a big milestone to me.  Now I’ve preached in class, retreat, wedding, and Sunday service.   402 more words

LIfe Event

Waiting for Seattle

I’m excited and nervous, but I’m not leaving for another 4 and a half months!

If you want to get more information about my future ebook, visit… 9 more words


No Velvet Gloves in Phnom Penh

Partyforumseasia:  With huge amounts of development aid and investments flowing into Cambodia, relatively low paid jobs and industries have been created, giving at least to the capital Phnom Penh a veneer of success and normality compared to the other big cities in the region. 450 more words

Political Parties In Southeast Asia

A Fair, A Funeral, and A Finale. (Also WWSRG Updates and Other General Happenings)

September 5-7

The county fair happened at the beginning of this month and I had intended to set aside all of Saturday to spend the day there with a handful of youth. 2,160 more words

Heavy history lessons

Over the past few weeks, I’ve had the opportunity to witness some chilling sites in the vicinity of Phnom Penh, that are representative of some of Cambodia’s darkest days. 1,644 more words