A kingdom that stirs the senses like few other countries, shaped as much by the ravages of genocide as glorious temples and peaceful islands.
Mekong Peril: Kampong Cham’s Dancers Keep Diabolic Forces at Bay Our correspondent senses something stirring in the depths as Cambodia starts to close in. Continue reading
Long Gone Lake: Phnom Penh, Progress and the Death of an Icon Our correspondent, inhabiting the role of observer, watches on as a Cambodian institution suffers an undeserving end. Continue reading
Phnom Penh’s Lakeside: An Iconic Location Gone But Not Forgotten Our correspondent peers through time and bids farewell to a Cambodian landmark. Continue reading
Confronting Genocide: A Trip Around the Killing Fields of Phnom Penh Our correspondent takes a sobering tour around notorious sites of the Cambodian genocide. Continue reading