Over the weekend, on July 14 to 15, Prumsodun Ok & NATYARASA, the country’s first gay dance company, made their debut in Siem Reap, Cambodia. The troupe of all male dancers staged Khmer classical dance as well as mixing tradition with contemporary arts.
During his two weeks visiting several refugee camps in Thailand and Cambodia, Barron witnessed a “horrifying” experience of Cambodian people –many looked as skinny as skeleton and suffered severe coughing from lung disease –who sought refuges in the first world countries.
“Yeun Jas Primary School,” a community school in a remote area in Ratanakiri province, is helping the indigenous children, who had previously dropped out of school, to return to the classrooms. Initiated by Plan International Cambodia and partnerships, the school was built in 2015 by local residences. Currently, there are approximately one hundred students studying at the school.