Category: Book

Cambodia’s Second Kingdom: by Astrid Noren-Nilsson

Cambodia’s Second Kingdom, a new book by Swedish political scientist, tells the political tale of the Cambodian nation, its’ imagination, and democracy. In a review, Kheang Un at Northern Illinois University says “Using a multidisciplinary approach and diverse sources, including elite interviews, …

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The Village Report: 'Breakfast in Cambodia'

Open invite garden party & light board games Where: The Terrace Street 95, Phnom Penh When: 1 September at 18:00–20:00 Free. Ages 0+. Open invitation. All welcome. Program 6.00 Introductions 6:30 Games 7.00 Reading 7.30 Conversations KISMUTH BOOKS will release a new …

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New book by Cambodian-American author: The Governor's Daughter

Kindle Store The Governor's Daughter: The Scribes of Brahmadhan Sambath Meas https://t.co/EHBrxYE6s2 via @amazon — Sambath Meas (@TreasureGold) April 21, 2016 “Anjali Chinak, the curious-minded teenage daughter of a Cambodian detective, is shocked by the fatal rape of her Eurasian friend, Esmè …

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Ghosts in the Forest: new book by Corinne Purtill

Foreign correspondent Corinne Purtill has released a new book on a haunting tale of isolation, loyalty, murder, and the appalling choices the quest for survival forces people to make. Corinne Purtill is a journalist who has reported around the world for publications …

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New book: Phnom Penh Sights Beyond the Guidebooks

Updated: Sightseeing for locals: the city’s secrets revealed King Norodom’s Head: Phnom Penh Sights Beyond the Guidebooks Author: Boswell, Steven W.; King Norodom’s Head deals with sights in and about Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s capital city that are rarely – if at all …

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A Woman of Angkor by John Burgess

The Daily’s Michelle Vachon has it: Intrigue and Mystery in Angkor. This book, which is Mr. Burgess’ first novel, took him 10 years to write as he was still a full-time journalist when he embarked on the project. “I wrote this book …

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