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  [ ... ]



 


 Voice of Justice

The Voice of Justice Program was conceived by Theary Seng as director of the Center for Social Development, and funded by the German Development Service, inter alia.  The Voice of Justice logo depicts a Cambodian figure pushing aside the black curtains of a repressive past, as s/he yearns to enter a world of freedom of expression and democracy, represented by the blue of the inner circle. The scales of justice above the figure show the supremacy of law, and are in gold, which according to Cambodian mythology stands for strength, rooted in the earth. The Constitution is placed in front of the figure to represent the protection it affords. The logo is encircled in pale blue to symbolize peace.

 


Theary Seng holding Lady Justice, 2007

 

 

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Theary's BLOG

Strawman sips Fiji, doodles, speaks fluff; BBC's Asean Way online; Anti-Sam Rainsy Law; Em Theay; "Yuon" again; Post turns 25; Canada turns 150

Now available online: The ASEAN Way: Part 1 The ASEAN Way: Part 4
The BBC Global Questions at the World Economic Forum on ASEAN had me pose the first question and gave me the last words to close the hour-long program.   ...     Why "in sp [ ... ]


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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