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Move to Cambodia: A guide to living and working in the Kingdom of Wonder

By: Robert Starkweather Posted: January-22-2013 in
Robert Starkweather

People talk about it at the water cooler, or over drinks after work. They talk about tossing it all in and buying a one-way ticket to someplace else. Maybe somewhere overseas, to some rustic third-world capital where the living is cheap and the weather is always perfect.

The World Conference on International Telecommunications – and the Freedom of Communication

By: Norbert Klein Posted: December-02-2012 in
Norbert Klein

The International Telecommunications Union – ITU - an organ of the United Nations - is convening a World Conference on International Telecommunications – WCIT - in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, from 3-14 December 2012.

Preparations have been made by the governments of many countries during the last couple of months. The governments of some countries – like for example Bulgaria – have shared some of the related documents and discussions with the public, as the results of the conference in Dubai will affect its citizens; some other countries’ governments have involved business and civil society not only to discuss and plan together – but have even included members of the civil society into their delegations traveling to the Dubai ITU conference.

The Rule of Law - an Example from China

By: Norbert Klein Posted: November-23-2012 in
Norbert Klein

Considering the many cases where there were contradicting opinions about what this wording “the Rule of Law” means, I would like to share an example from the Chinese eastern coastal Province of Zhejiang which borders on Shanghai to the north.

Copyrights? - Nineteenth Century USA Was a Major Center of Piracy

By: Norbert Klein Posted: November-15-2012 in
Norbert Klein

The international Internet Society and it’s New York Chapter announced to host an Open Forum Discussion on a new Copyright Alert System aimed at warning Internet users about illegally downloaded content.

This is also an interesting topic in Cambodia, entering more and more into the age of information societies.

Spoilt for choice

By: Alison Posted: November-13-2012 in

You could of course make your own way over the Japanese Friendship Bridge to CBRE’s most recent enterprise, the 17-storey Mekong Gardens, located at the Preakleap area, Chrouy Changvar. After all, this twin tower apartment block can be found just 15 minutes’ away from the city.

Sabaidee Thai Massage & Spa

By: Leah Soldner Posted: November-04-2012 in
Leah Soldner

Nestled in the garden of Banyan Restaurant and Cafe lies the hidden sanctuary of Sabaidee Thai Massage and Spa. The owners, a unique Thai and Danish fusion, have spent years perfecting just the right masseurs and techniques to ensure for an unforgettable therapeutic experience.

Thousands of Monks and Mourners Pray for Late King-Father

By: SOKMOM Nimul Posted: October-22-2012 in

Thousands of Buddhist monks and mourners gathered here on Saturday evening in front of the Royal Palace at a praying ceremony for Late King-Father Samdech Preah Norodom Sihanouk.

Some 5,000 Buddhist monks from different pagodas throughout Phnom Penh capital city chanted and prayed for the soul of the Late King-Father, the father of independence, territorial integrity, and national unity.

Cambodia Sets Oct. 15 as the Condolence Day for Late King-Father

By: SOKMOM Nimul Posted: October-22-2012 in

The Royal Government of Cambodia decided to set Oct. 15 as the condolence day to mourn for the demise of the Late King-Father Samdech Preah Norodom Sihanouk, according to a government’s directive issued this morning.

The directive advised all ministries, public and private institutions, overseas Cambodian embassies and consulates, as well as sub-national administrations at all levels and pagodas across the country to hold solemn traditional ceremonies on Oct. 15 with a tribute to the revered former King.

Cambodia To Cancel This Year’s Water Festival

By: SOKMOM Nimul Posted: October-17-2012 in

The Royal Government of Cambodia has announced to cancel this year’s celebration of the Water Festival scheduled to be held from Nov. 27-29 in front of the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh.

International Day of the Girl Child on 11 October – and the Taliban

By: Norbert Klein Posted: October-15-2012 in
Norbert Klein

When I saw that there is even an international Girl Child Day, after I had written about the World Teachers Day, my first reaction was somewhat dismissive: Why that? What is special? Probably my first negative reaction shows also why this special day is really important – as I learned by now. And international news during the last couple of days confirm this.

There are two different ways to approach this International Day of the Girl Child – looking at documents, and looking at a short video clip.


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