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Has Science Discovered God?
Click to watch this FASCINATING, MIND-BLOGGING video with breathtaking images and you learn science in the process!
God in the Cosmos
WEAR KRAMA CAMPAIGN
Signature Cambodian Kramas and Silk Scarves
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The Krama: A Cambodian Patchwork
From near and far, the kramas grace the Cambodian people with their own special character. The humble Khmer garment, a scarf made up of thousands of tiny squares, resembles Khmers' own history: it is a patchwork of contrasting hues - dark and light, sad and joyous. After living and working for years with Khmers, one cannot help but have seen a thousand and one morsels of this material on a thousand and one different occasions. Some kramas - black and white - bespeak tragedy. Others, made of bright silks, are merrily worn to pagoda festivals. There are a plethora of kramas that reflect the many events that make up Cambodian life.
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Where in the world is your krama?
Your photo in your favorite krama here . . .
Page One - Advocacy main page
Page Two (this page)
Page Three - Political satire
Page Four - the sexy iKandy
Page Five - Judith Haugwitz of Berlin
Page Six - Kramanation in war time
Page Seven - Family in Kramanation
Page Eight - Krama in daily life (Rithy Panh, Scott Neeson)
Page Nine - The Kennedys / Sam Rainsy / Activist Krama
Page Ten - Young, Hip, Brainy, Cosmopolitan
Page Eleven - Artists, Journalists, Photographers in KRAMAnation
In celebration of International Human Rights Day, 10 Dec. 2010
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One country, two systems