Tag Archive: Phnom Penh

Photo for Friday, 22nd August.

Phnom Penh Water Festival is back again from November 5 – 7, 2014.

Cambodia’s Water Festival is to return to the capital Phnom Penh in 2014. This will be for the first time since 2010, when a stampede on a bridge packed with visitors from all… Continue reading

Phnom Penh – Two new Mekong bridges planned.

The Cambodian Council of Ministers announced two new bridges spanning across the Mekong River in the eastern and southeastern outskirts of the Khmer capital. One will be connecting the Chroy Changvar peninsula to… Continue reading

Cambodia – Flooding death toll rising.

This year’s monsoon flooding has already claimed a total death toll of 30. While water levels are declining across the 12 provinces affected by flooding, the situation is still dire for villagers evacuated. In… Continue reading

Photo for Tuesday, 5th August

Monsoon Skies over Chaktomuk, Phnom Penh.

Photo for Monday, June 30th

Sisowath Quay with Tonle Sap, Phnom Penh

Photo for Saturday, 21st June

Cambodia National Museum with Phnom Penh Skylines.

New Book – “Hun Sen’s Cambodia”.

Hun Sen’s Cambodia by Sebastian Strangio  –  Coming in November 25, 2014. To many in the West, the name Cambodia still conjures up indelible images of destruction and death, the legacy of the… Continue reading

The Cambodian Government’s Understanding of Civil Rights.

Originally posted on Food for Thought.:
The government threatens action if unions go ahead with an International Labor Day mass rally at the capital’s designated protest site aka as Freedom Park. ? ? Cambodian…

Phnom Penh – Highly questionable court verdicts.

Cambodian Court Issues Verdicts in Post-Election Violence Case The Phnom Penh Municipal Court has issued a verdict in a case against six people accused of post-election violence in September 2013. The court released… Continue reading