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NGO's often take very poor children with parents such as these to enroll in their orphanage in order to meet a quota to qualify for donor funding. - (nationalradioWORLD.com) - photo

 

First Lady Michelle Obama is addressed by students in Room to Read's Girls' Education Program at a high school in Siem Reap, Cambodia - (Photo by Patricia Andrews Fearon, Room to Read)

 

CAMBODIA'S HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES & MURDERS ranks # 1 on our TOP 10 Phnom Penh stories - Cambodia's prime minister Hun Sen proved that politics and football do mix - Daffy123 (talk) photo

 

Former Khmer Rouge prisoner Theary Seng is the protagonist in the film Facing Genocide - Theary C. Seng photo

 

Theary Seng's mother was missing and would never return. She was murdered by the Khmer Rouge who also killed her father - Center for Justice and Reconciliation photo

 

Kang Kek Iew aka Duch best known for heading the Khmer Rouge special branch and running the infamous Tuol Sleng (S-21) prison camp in Phnom Penh had his sentence extended to life in prison - Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia photo

 

 

 

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CAMBODIA BEAT - SOMALY MAM REVELATION 4 YEARS AFTER - May, 2018
SHOW THE RESULTS - Transparency is lacking from save the children NGO's. What would be an example that they are doing the right thing is for them to publish their budget on the internet as some do in China - NGO'S should also show the graduates that have achieved something and have obtained livable wage jobs as a result of their training at the NGO

TRAVEL TIPS - ROVING WANNA BE JOURNALISTS - September, 2017
Thailand & Cambodia - Apparently social media has inspired some individuals to attempt to become journalists. This is one step down from the journalism one might find in Cambodia - We have experienced two incidents of being approached by individuals to participate in a video and be interviewed by them

Business - Krispy Kreme to Cambodia - June, 2015
Krispy Kreme signed a development agreement with Express Food Group (EFG) Co., Ltd., to open 10 Krispy Kreme shops throughout Cambodia over the next five years

Business - Panasonic Opens Four Showrooms in Southeast Asia - May, 2015
As fast-growing countries with sizeable young populations and untapped opportunities, Myanmar; Indonesia; and Cambodia are key markets for Panasonic in the Asia Pacific region

Business - USA First Lady Michelle Obama Met with Students in Cambodia - April, 2015
During Trip to Asia in Support of New Global Initiative “Let Girls Learn,” Michelle Obama Heard from Female High School Students Supported by Room to Read in Cambodia

Business - New Hotel Okura Luxury Property Being Built in Phnom Penh, Cambodia - February, 2015
The hotel will be part of The Bay, a new residential and commercial complex, with an estimated value of over US$ 500 million, ideally located on the Chroy Changvar Peninsula between the Tonle Sap and Mekong Rivers, the fast-growing capital’s new hot spot

Business - Ancient Cambodian Sculpture Returns to Kingdom - May, 2014
Cambodian Deputy Prime Minister, H.E. Sok An, led a delegation to New York City to attend the ceremony commemorating the return of the Duryodhana to the Kingdom of Cambodia where he graciously accepted the repatriation of this historical artifact with significant cultural importance.

CAMBODIA NEWS - OPCC condemns targeting of journalists - May, 2014
Violence against journalists covering an otherwise peaceful but banned Labour Day rally. At least three journalists were among those attacked by blue uniformed district or municipal security guards

CAMBODIA NEWS - OPCC CONDEMNS ATTACKS ON JOURNALISTS - September, 2013
On Sunday night, reporters and photographers covering the forced expulsion of land rights activists from a pagoda in central Phnom Penh were attacked by a mob of unidentified plain-clothes men wearing surgical masks and seemingly under the protection of a unit of military police

CAMBODIAN COMMENTARY - Honorable Exit Strategy for Hun Sen - September, 2013
Any coalition government, whatever form it takes, must have the confidence of the people because it has trustworthy checks-and-balances in place to realize the demand for change

CAMBODIAN OPINION - National Election Committee Must Adhere to Standard of Reasonableness, Respect Due Process - August, 2013
What took place on Aug. 15 and 16 was a mere cross-checking of records from copies and fake documents – and nothing resembling a hearing

CAMBODIAN OPINION - The Cambodia Spring - August, 2013
Why This July 2013 Election (was) the Tipping Point - Even amidst the current high-tension of political brinkmanship, Cambodia has reached the tipping point that is slowly but surely ushering in the Cambodia Spring

CAMBODIA NEWS - OPCC STRONGLY CONDEMNS CONVICTION OF MAM SONANDO - October, 2012
Thirteen other defendants were jailed for between 10 months and 30 years on related charges following a violent land eviction in north-eastern Kratie province in May during which security forces shot dead a teenage girl

CAMBODIA NEWS - OPCC Condemns Journalist's Murder, Urges Transparent Investigation - September 2012
According to local newspaper reports, Mr Oudom's coverage of forest crimes included illegal logging that implicated the son of a provincial military commander

CAMBODIA HAPPENING NEWS - SPEAK TRUTH TO POWER - Photography Exhibition at Bophana Center - September 2012
Speak Truth To Power is a multi-faceted global initiative that uses the successes and experiences of selected human rights defenders from around the globe as educational materials

CAMBODIA NEWS - OPCC ALARMED AT DETENTION OF MAM SONANDO July 2012
The government has linked the most serious charge – that of insurrection – to the violent eviction of villagers in Kratie province earlier this year during which a 14- year-old girl was shot dead by the authorities

CAMBODIA COMMENTARY - ECCC Debacle Should Provide Pause for Reform of International Justice - June 2012
Comments to the Phnom Penh Post’s article Investigation Flawed: 004 Suspect’s Lawyers - The international criminal law system is broken and in need of reform, starting with how we employ fair trial rights

CAMBODIA NEWS - OPCC CONDEMNS INTIMIDATION BY CAMBODIAN AUTHORITIES - April 2012
The shooting that took the lives of Mr Wutty and a military policeman. Cambodian journalist Phorn Bopha and her Canadian colleague Olesia Plokhii, who were investigating reports of illegal logging

CAMBODIA NEWS - Environmental Activist Murdered - April 2012
“Let his life be our rallying cry!” - We express deep concern also for the welfare and whereabouts of two Cambodia Daily journalists who were reported to be with him when he was murdered.

CAMBODIA NEWS - FORMER KHMER ROUGE PRISONER THEARY SENG SPEAKS OF KHMER ROUGE TRIBUNAL INJUSTICE - January 2012
THEARY SENG SPEAKS & THE CAMBODIAN GOVERNMENT DOESN'T LISTEN - Theary Seng was a prisoner of the Khmer Rouge. She slept next to her mother when the soldiers with wet ropes came to take her away. Seng was awakened but her mother calmed her signifying not to worry. The next morning her mother was missing and would never return. She was murdered by the Khmer Rouge who also killed her father. She and her brothers were without parents and left to fend for themselves

CAMBODIA NEWS - New York Students, Teachers Fundraise for Cambodia - January 2012
Springville Middle School Sends Ripples of Hope to Borei Keila Children Disrupted by Evictions; to Teachers Training on the RFK Center’s Speak Truth To Power Curriculum

CAMBODIA NEWS Open Letter - Activist Theary Seng Speaks “Witness” vs. “Civil Party” Distinction - January 2012
(This) past weeks' coverage of the Khmer Rouge Tribunal, whereby reporters and commentators alike refer incorrectly to victims currently testifying in the Trial Chamber as "civil parties".

TRAVEL TIPS - Cambodia - CAMBODIA'S PEDOPHILE KING IS RELEASED - December, 2011
TOURISTS BEWARE PEDOS ARE THERE - Apparently the Cambodia government doesn't value the safety of their people as they gave its children a Christmas present by secretly releasing Russian pedophile Stanislav Molodyakov aka Alexander Trofimov who is wanted by Interpol back on to the streets of Cambodia. He was sentenced to a 17-year jail term for having sex with 17 underage children. According to the Phnom Penh Post the PEDO was released Tuesday December 20th after serving only four years of that sentence due to a ROYAL pardon - Molodyakov is also a wanted man by Interpol and Russia for alleged child sex crimes in Russia with young children several of whom are between the ages of 8-10 years old

CAMBODIA NEWS - Theary Seng, Withdraws Her Civil Party Status and Denounces ECCC - November, 2011
ECCC 1st-Recognized Civil Party and Representative of the Orphans Class, Theary Seng, Withdraws Her Civil Party Status and Denounces ECCC as “Irredeemable Political Farce” that is Negating Justice, Soiling Memory, Embedding Cynicism; Introduces Poetic Justice Products to Reverse the Negative Impact

Sports Notes Part 2 - MAGIC JOHNSON & PHAL SAMPHORS REMEMBERED - November, 2011
Two people that loved the game of basketball walked on different paths. One got to the top of the NBA winning 5 NBA titles and 3 league MVP Awards the other was killed on his way to a successful Cambodian national team basketball career. One lives 20 years after acquiring the HIV virus and is now 52-years-old. The other lived one year less than Johnson's 20 years of fighting off death. Place this in the GO FIGURE FILE.

TRAVEL TIPS - Thailand - Cambodia - Part 2 - AMAZING RACE CONTESTANTS RIPPED OFF IN THAILAND - October, 2011
With the Amazing Race video camera's rolling in their face Phuket's Tuk Tuk and samlor operators overcharged and cheated Amazing Race competitors in this week's leg 5 of the race - : AVOID THE RAIN - If you plan to visit the area and the Angkor Wat Temples the best months to do that is December through March

TRAVEL TIPS - Thailand - Cambodia - Part 1 - CAMBODIA'S WATER FESTIVAL RACES CANCELED - October, 2011
Cambodia Prime Minister Hun Sen has canceled the boat races for this years Water Festival - Thailand's Loi Krathong Festival is a Mystery if it will go on given the nations flash flooding situation

Sports Notes - WHO'S THE MAN… CITY or UNITED? - Part 2 - October, 2011
IT'S GET IT ON TIME IN MANCHESTER - Pundits praise the emergence of the strength of the money rich deep pocket City and are softening their criticism of manager Roberto Mancini who previously has been challenged on his game decisions - CAMBODIA REDEEMS THEIR LOSS TO VIETNAM WITH A 14 POINT VICTORY - SCOREBOARDS

Sports Notes - CAMBODIA BUILDS BASKETBALL FUTURE WITH NEW KIDS IN TOWN - Part 1 - October, 2011
Three Cambodians living abroad have returned the join Cambodia's national basketball team. After a weeks practice they lost 74-71 in the first of a two game friendly with Vietnam. After only a weeks worth of practice the Khmers are getting tougher and learning to know each other in preparation for the upcoming Sea Games

Phnom Penh (Ah) EXTRA Part 2 - THE GOOD NEWS of The Girls of THE GIRLS OF PHNOM PENH @ META HOUSE - October 2011
When a girl loses their virginity they are scorned and looked down upon. They are viewed as being unworthy of marriage. In The Girls of Phnom Penh the three prostitute friends discussed that situation. They felt they did the right thing in support of their parents selling their virginity - The Virginity Trade and The Girls of Phnom Penh will be screened at the Meta House in Phnom Penh TONIGHT Tuesday October 18.

Phnom Penh (Ah) EXTRA - CAMBODIA'S VIRGINITY TRADE & THE GIRLS OF PHNOM PENH @ META HOUSE - October 2011
CAMBODIAN SEX TRADE SAME, SAME NOT DIFFERENT - While NGO's raise excessive amounts of cash to supposedly stop the sex trade in Cambodia the only thing that has changed is NGO staffer's bank accounts as the Cambodian sex trade continues to grow. Two MUST SEE films on the Cambodian sex trade subject The Virginity Trade and The Girls of Phnom Penh will be screened at the Meta House in Phnom Penh tomorrow Tuesday night October 18.

Business & Travel - NagaWorld Casino in Cambodia - October, 2011
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Sports Notes - CAMBODIA'S POLITICAL FOOTBALL - Part 1 - September, 2011
LET'S GET IT ON!!! - This past weekend politicians from Thailand and Cambodia competed in a friendly game at Olympic stadium in Phnom Penh Saturday Sep. 24th. They were joined by members of the Cambodian business elite. In part the fixture was intended to ease the tension between the two nations that was eased somewhat after Thai elections changed leadership in electing former Prime Minister and fugitive Thaksin Shinawatra's young sister Yingluck

OPINION CAMBODIA - A Language in Crisis - August, 2011
The Cambodian language is dying: the spoken language is either crude and earthy (to the point of offensiveness) or highly stylized (to the point of incomprehension)

TV - VIDEO BEAT - THE GLEE PROJECT's EMILY VASQUEZ ELIMINATED - Part 2 - August , 2011
THE GLEE PROJECT MOVES FORWARD - As many of those that have persevered to make it in the music business some get lost along the way by the games that people play is using hopeful talent and abusing them. - The new & old generation entertainers compete in Cambodia's Sabay contest - STUPID, VIOLENT KHMER MUSIC VIDEOS - Cambodia's outrageous music videos depict dangerous & bad behavior - Recommended TV Listings

Business - Cambodia Infrastructure Report Q3 2011 - August, 2011
The Rail Line Stretching Between Kampot and Sihanoukville in Cambodia, is Expected to Be Completed by the End of 2011

CAMBODIA NEWS - VICTIMS OF THE KHMER ROUGE - Part 3 - Mr. LY Monysak - June, 2011
When the Khmer Rouge stormed into Phnom Penh on April 17, Mr. Monysak had no idea this would be the last time he would ever see his family. Forced to abandon their home, and flee the city, Mr. Monysak lost his relatives as armed men forced them to Kampong Cham Province. Battling sickness, Mr. Monysak was taken to a local hospital while his parents were ushered to an unknown location. After a full recovery he was released from the hospital, only to discover that the Khmer Rouge had murdered all 22 members of his immediate family

CAMBODIA NEWS - VICTIMS OF THE KHMER ROUGE - Part 2 - Ms. OUM Suphany - June, 2011
Upon entering Ms. OUM Suphany's house, one can't help but marvel at the countless cabinets filled with books, manuscripts, awards, music compositions and various other forms of creative outlet. Currently, Ms. Suphany is the most prolific Cambodian novelist and lyricists. She is one of the four percent of Cambodia's population over the age of 64.

CAMBODIA NEWS - VICTIMS OF THE KHMER ROUGE - Part 1 - Mr. CHEY Theara - June, 2011
Explains AKRVC President Ms. Seng: "At best, it has been misunderstood and at worst, it has been manipulated that the Association of Khmer Rouge Victims in Cambodia is really only my voice, which is completely false."

OPINION CAMBODIA - Make Available the Mysterious Khmer Rouge Case 002 - June, 2011
In light of the already US $200,000,000 already spent on this ECCC since its establishment, there can be no excuse of lack of funding for something as relatively inexpensive as printing and binding costs of these booklets in comparison to the educational benefits for the victim population at large of 14,000,000

CAMBODIA NEWS - FORMER COLLEAGUE REACH SAMBATH PASSES AWAY - May, 2011
THE OPCC (The Overseas Press Club of Cambodia) EXPRESSES ITS DEEPEST CONDOLENCES IN RESPECT OF OUR FRIEND AND FORMER COLLEAGUE MR REACH SAMBATH

Phnom Penh (Ah) - ICT FAILED TO DELIVER THE WORD - April 2011
WHAT'S GOING ON? PERHAPS WE'LL NEVER KNOW - A slipshod telecom conference was put on by the ICT organizers. The result is there are more questions to be answered than the information that was provided - WHO IS IDG???

Phnom Penh Entertainment BUSINESS - “For Neda”, a film by Antony Thomas - March 2011
Ever wondered how you’ll get your news in the future? Find out by watching the highly-praised documentary “For Neda” The Overseas Press Club of Cambodia presents: “For Neda”, a film by Antony Thomas - Free admittance

Phnom Penh - IT'S ON!!!! - IT & Telecoms World Expo and Conference - March 2011
THE NEW CAMBODIA - Growth in Cambodia's technology industry is largely due to the tremendous interest from Khmer youths who are thriving on the new products available today. The organizers claim that there are 15 million active SIM cards in Cambodia's population of 14 million - Free admittance

CAMBODIA NEWS - ARREST OF PUBLISHER IN MYANMAR - February, 2011
Arrest of Australian national Ross Dunkley in Myanmar late last week. Dunkley publishes the Phnom Penh Post newspaper in Cambodia as well as the Myanmar Times in Myanmar

LETTER TO THE EDITOR - ASEAN Football Federation vice president Ravy Khek - January, 2011
Cambodia's Kafkaesque Court System -. Ravy beat her up, kicking her on the floor, sending her to the hospital. He threatened to kill her, brandishing a pistol and loading the bullets right in front of her.

CAMBODIA NEWS - GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL CONFISCATES VOICE RECORDINGS - January, 2011
Mr Om Yentieng who heads the government's Cambodian Human Rights Committee objected to questions asked by a reporter relating to the 1997 grenade attack on opposition leader Sam Rainsy in which 16 Cambodians died and more than 100 were injured

CAMBODIA NEWS - PHOTOGRAPHER HIT BY POLICE, EQUIPMENT SEIZED - January, 2011
Four riot police with shields boxed in and restrained Cambodian national who sustained a minor injury to his head - The Overseas Press Club of Cambodia (OPCC) condemns the actions

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