The Cambodian Tragedy Memorial Project

The first Memorial in remembrance of the Fall of Phnom Penh on April 17, 1975 and in homage to the victims of the Khmer Rouge genocide. The Cambodian Tragedy Memorial Project is officially one of the 13 current civil party… Continue reading

The Resignation of Somaly Mam

SOMALY MAM: THE HOLY SAINT (AND SINNER) OF SEX TRAFFICKING Newsweek, May 21, 2014 Mam claims to have rescued thousands of [Cambodian] girls and women from sex trafficking, a dangerous and formidable feat. … She has done so much for… Continue reading

Cambodia’s Historical Art Objects Should Be Returned

In recent news reports, we have seen some Cambodians applauding the repatriation of priceless, long-lost antiquities that were looted during the country’s violent 1970s. Last year, two pandava brothers (kneeling attendants from the Hindu epic Mahabharata) were shipped from the… Continue reading