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 [ ... ]


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  [ ... ]


Theary Seng, US Ambassador Carol Rodley, Amy at Youth Leadership Challenge finale CTN, 2009
Theary Seng with US Ambassador Carol Rodley, finalist Amy and her brother and friend, Youth Leadership Challenge FINALE, live broadcast from CTN studio (Phnom Penh, 1 July 2009)


Youth Leadership Challenge TV program, 5th Season


In front of the National Library, Book Drive episode, Jan. 2009.

Filming in front and inside the National Library in Phnom Penh, the Book Drive, Jan. 2009.


Filming the Blood Drive episode in front of the National Aids Authority (Phnom Penh, Feb. 2009)


Filming in the garden near the newly-constructed Council of Ministers, Job Interview episode, Feb. 2009.


Co-hosts Theary and Chea Samnang interrogating the candidates of both teams after they have carried their assignments in the CTN studio, 2009.





Theary's BLOG

Vietnamization pre-KR; Wooden King; 20th Anniversary Grenade Attack; Angeline; ANSA; Kulikar Sotho; Residences DK; Hun Sen released damning conversation btw him, Kem Sokha

Vietnamization: Pre-Khmer Rouge   The US-Vietnam War in Cambodia, a bloody sideshow   A South Vietnamese soldier keeps his finger on the trigger as he watches a Cambodian woman and baby emerge from bunker following airstrikes in the vicinity of a vil [ ... ]

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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