CIVIL RESISTANCE


CIVIC EDUCATION   . . .

Where I go for AGGREGATED news on Cambodia, plus...   . . .           On Dec 26-29, 1979 [by now, Cambodia under one full year of Vietnamese occupation], the musician Paul McCartney and Kurt Waldheim, the Secre [ ... ]


CIVIC EDUCATION


Has Science Discovered God?     Click to watch this FASCINATING, MIND-BLOGGING video with breathtaking images and you learn science in the process!   Read transcript             God in the Cosmos
Veritas Forum at Yale University  [ ... ]



 

Theary Seng at Phnom Penh launch of Memoir Daughter of Killing Fields
Memoir:  Daughter of the Killing Fields(Fusion Press London, 2005). 
Theary Seng reading an excerpt at the Phnomn Penh Launch (Dec. 2005).

    

 

# Article Title
1 Frederick Brown Comments
2 Charles Twining Comments
3 Ron Abney Comments
4 Ellen Sauerbrey Comments
5 Stephen Solarz
6 Son Soubert Comments
7 Family, Reader Comments
8 Catherine Filloux Comments
9 Dith Pran Comments
10 David Chandler Comments
11 Khmer-American recalls life under Khmer Rouge (Phnom Penh Post)
12 Keeping the Memory Alive (Cambodia Daily)
13 A Survivor's Return to the Killing Fields (Daily Telegraph)
14 Back to the Killing Fields (The Guardian)
15 Putsata Reang Comments
16 Memoir: Daughter of the Killing Fields
 

Theary's BLOG

Virtual Omnipresence; Why "in spite of Kem Sokha"; I've voted; Kapok; Congrats Gabe!; Te; King Sokha & Plebes on Plastic; Vote CNRP!; BBC Global Questions, WEF; Amrita; Sam Rainsy LI VP; Eric Raisina; Prince for Peace, Sirivudh; EIA

Sam Rainsy's Virtual Omnipresence   one month leading to commune elections
Selecting only the posts rich in content (rather than ones showing mainly campaign rallies, images)
Part 1 Part 2 Part 3
      ...     HUGE GAINS FOR THE [ ... ]


Pinyin; The New Yorker Comma Queen Series; You're already appropriating punctuation marks; now use them properly

Johnson: The story of pinyin   One country, two systems
The coexistence of pinyin and Chinese characters highlights the role of emotion in language decisions   The Economist | January 2017 [excerpts]   Pinyin has not, of course, replaced the  [ ... ]


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