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  [ ... ]



 


Authors/historians/memoirists on anything Cambodian - Philip Short, Milton Osborne, Pin Yathay, Loung Ung, Ong Thong Hoeung, Stephen Morris, Fr. Francois Ponchaud,  at a 3 day conference organized by CSD Theary Seng, ADHOC Thun Saray, and Henri Locard (Phnom Penh, Jan. 2007)

Theary Seng with former president of Chile Lagos (IDRC democracy conference in Canada, 2007)

Conferences / Speaking Engagements 2007

Meeting of Democrats: Dr. Saad Eddin Ibrahim (lead human rights activist, Egypt), IDRC president Maureen O'Neil, HE Richardo Lagos (former President of Chile), Theary Seng. BACK ROW: Thomas Carothers (author, US), Aziz Hakimi (former adviser to President, Afghanistan), Dr. Janice Stein (Canada), Alan Hirsch (South Africa).  Ottawa, Canada, 3 Dec. 2007.

 


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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)
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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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