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The Lust

Ota Veverka

I parked my cruiser just beside a few single-story monk’s houses, which were huddled under the lonesome, low hill Phnom Bok. The monks in their saffron garbs crowded all around me, because they have never seen such a bike and they began to wonder about it: how much was it; how much gas does it take; what is the engine capacity and how fast does it go; where am I from; how old am I; and do I have a wife and how many children…
All sorts of questions and from all directions were falling down on my head in a Pidgin English so much so that I could barely return the answers.

Cambodian Player to Star In 2012 Asian Basketball League

Ken Gadaffi

Cambodia’s basketball player Sopouen Oeun has signed for Saigon Heat to play in the 2012 Asian Basketball League. The new entrant to the Asian Basketball League from Vietnam snapped up the Cambodian guard following his scintillating performance at the SEA games in Indonesia.

CamEd donates 10K for 2010 Wrestling Championship

Ken Gadaffi

Cambodian Wrestling Federation's aim to host the 2012 National Wrestling Championship Tournament received a boost as Casey Barnett, Rector of CamEd Business School, donates US$10,000.

NOCC Signs Partnership With Cambodia Dream For Phnom Penh International Half Marathon

Ken Gadaffi

The National Olympic committee of Cambodia on Sunday signed a memorandum of understanding with Japan based Cambodia Dream Co Ltd as co-partners to the Phnom Penh International Half Marathon.

Cambrew splash Cash on SEA games Medalists

Ken Gadaffi

Cambrew Co Ltd, a leading Beverage company in Cambodia on Friday made do their pledge to reward Cambodian athletes who returned with Gold or Silver from the 26th SEA games by Splashing Cash to Gold and Silver winning members of the Cambodian Contingent.

Band Profile: Dub Addiction


The Lowdown:
Founded in May 2011, Dub Addiction are Cambodia’s first ragamuffin dub soundsystem, a blend of low down and dirty sub-bass lines, spacey delays and a fusion of classic Reggae Dub riddims with Cambodian vocals sung by MC Curly and Dj Kla Responsible for the typical Dub remix sounds is Professor Kinski aka Jan Mueller, a German music producer who has been working with MC Curly for 5 years on his own Khmer Hip Hop music.

On the inspiration for the band Professor Kinski says:

Cambodia International Film Festival Returns with 90 films from 17 Countries – All for Free


The second Cambodia International Film Festival will take place from the 14th to the 18th of December, with a plethora of short, feature length and documentary films from Asia, Africa and Europe and North America, as well as a range of workshops and events.

The event, organized by the Bophana Audiovisual Resource Centre ( will this year include screenings at Legend Cinema and Cineplex, as well as the French Cultural Centre, the Bophana Centre and outdoor screenings on Diamond Island (Koh Pich).

The Christmas Elephant Parade – Who’d have thought it. Santa on a Domray!


This Saturday, December the 17th of December, Santa will be straying a long way from his snowy Lapland home far off in the distant north, to visit the good people of Phnom Penh.

And he will be using a rather unusual mode of transport. There will be not a reindeer in sight, and Chris Cringle will be riding not a sled, but an elephant. Yes, all the family can come and see Father Christmas riding the Wat Phnom Matriarch, Sombo the elephant.

Australian born ready to Swim for Cambodia.

Ken Gadaffi

Australian Born Bethany Robertson is looking forward to be the next foreign based athelte to represent the Kingdom in International Circuit. The 16 Year Old Swimmer currently Attending Genazzano FCJ College in Victoria Australia has indicated interest to Represent Cambodia rather than her country of Residence.

Born to a Cambodian Mother and Australian Father, Bethany has taken part in well over 40 Championships in Australia.

Phnom Penh Crown sacks 9 players following AFC Hammer

Ken Gadaffi

Nine Players of Reigning Metfone C-League champions Phnom Penh Crown FC were last week clamped with lenghty Bans by the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) following their role in a fracas during the AFC President’s Cup final on September 25.
Striker Chan Chaya, San Narith and Defender Sun Sovannrithy were handed six-month suspensions from all football competition for assaulting the referee during the ugly scenes in Kaosiung, Taiwan.


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