Some seventy of youth group, who claimed to be independent university students, took series of protests in Phnom Penh's streets against opposition leader, Kem Sokha over phone recordings scandal on Tuesday. Early March, purposed audio records of Kem Sokha’s and a young woman were posted on Facebook.
After a mild start, winter is making itself felt along the eastern United States as a residents prepare for a major winter storm. The storm is expected to affect tens of millions of people from Kentucky through New England late Friday through Sunday.
A maverick Dutch owner of a factory in Cambodia is trying to demonstrate that socially responsible entrepreneurial enterprises, not reliance on non-governmental organizations, is the Southeast Asian nation’s best path out of poverty.
Ly Sambo, a survivor of the Khmer Rouge atrocities and a former refugee, is the author of a memoir titled “All I Heard Was My Sorrow.” In it, she wrote about her escape from the Khmer Rouge genocide, and her work as an interpreter for World Vision in Khao I-Dang refugee camp before immigrating to America. “All I Heard Was My Sorrow” helps Sambo in her journey to heal herself from a painful past through gratitude.