Culture : Les couleurs des jours de la semaine cambodgienne.

Originally posted on Khmerologie:
Vous avez peut-être vu, si vous avez visité le Palais Royal à Phnom Penh, une pièce dans laquelle sont exposés sept mannequins de jeunes femmes khmères portant des sampots*…

GOVERNING ASEAN E-COMMERCE.

GETTING CLOUDIER. By RSIS  –  Kaewkamol Pitakdumrongkit Big business has tapped into ASEAN’s burgeoning e-commerce market and regional governments have enacted measures to govern the Internet “cloud”. However, institutional gaps remain and a… Continue reading

“Anything that Flies on Everything that Moves”.

From Pol Pot to ISIS. By John Pilger  –  October 09, 2014 ICH  In transmitting President Richard Nixon’s orders for a “massive” bombing of Cambodia in 1969, Henry Kissinger said, “Anything that flies… Continue reading

Cambodia – Key Indicators by World Bank.

Figures say very little about the quality of life of the inhabitants of a country……..! Read more >>    Lepetitjournal.com

A bad Thai September – Schlechte Tourismuszahlen – Une mauvaise septembre – Una cattiva settembre.

In September 2014, 1.85 million tourists came to Thailand, which is 7 percent less than in September-2013. In the first nine months of the year the number of tourists decreased by 10.28 percent.… Continue reading

Phnom Penh – Demonstrators Threaten to Burn Vietnamese Embassy.

Cambodian Kampuchea Krom protesters are still angered by comments made by the Vietnamese Embassy’s former spokesman four months ago. And so they resumed their demonstrations to demand an apology, burning Vietnamese flags and… Continue reading

Ponts et montagnes du Cambodge – Cambodian bridges and mountains.

Originally posted on Khmerologie:
Sur Internet, l’une de mes correspondantes cambodgienne poste aujourd’hui deux listes : celle des plus longs ponts du Cambodge, et celle des montagnes les plus hautes. Voici les principaux ponts…

Cambodia road killings.

Read more >> Emmanuel SCHEFFER – http://www.lepetitjournal.com – Jeudi 2 octobre 2014

Convicted hackers ordered to hack for the Cambodian government.

Two members of hacker group Anonymous Cambodia convicted of computer hacking will be spared further jail time. Instead, they have been ordered to put their “excellent” IT skills to use combating cybercrime in… Continue reading

THAILAND CONSIDERS TRACKING TOURISTS WITH GPS.

Thailand, which began arresting citizens last summer for reading copies of George Orwell’s 1984, is now considering tracking tourists with GPS devices. Thailand’s Tourism and Sports Minister, Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul, said the government is… Continue reading