The Hidden World Of Cambodia’s Sex Workers: New Risks, New Hope
Video journalist Steve Sapienza wanted to see how the outreach and prevention efforts were faring. In February 2014, he traveled to Phnom Penh to produce a documentary, which is premiering on NPR.org.
Angkor Wat Is No. 1 Landmark, But Indian Copy Inspires Fear
Angkor Wat in Siem Reap City topped another tourism poll this week, named as the world’s No. 1 landmark by TripAdvisor’s Travelers’ Choice awards on Tuesday. But a massive temple under construction in India is once again stirring fears that Cambodia’s iconic monument will be diminished.
Cambodia: Refugee Resettlement Begins
But the choice of impoverished Cambodia as a new home for asylum seekers has so far attracted little interest among the refugees, and only four among 677 on Nauru signed up for the transfer.
Before Communism Killed Cambodian Rock ‘n’ Roll
“Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll” celebrates heritage, music and the search for truth. This documentary film provides a completely refreshing new perspective on a country usually associated with only war and genocide. It’s a page turner, so to speak, and moving enough to make any vintage music lover dig through the crates of YouTube.