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Live and Retire in Cambodia The Easy Way by Ken Silver

Cambodia is the new Thailand! The hottest new country in Southeast Asia! With Thailand caught up in an endless cycle of military coups, rising prices, and worst of all, rising unfriendliness towards low budget tourism,more and more travelers are heading first to Cambodia!. Written especially for those interested in Cambodia's beautiful,friendly,and available women; this is also a comprehensive, very enjoyable to read, photo filled guide to traveling, moving to, and retiring to Cambodia.

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  • Published in Buddhism

Buddhism in a Dark Age by Ian Harris

This pioneering study of the fate of Buddhism during the communist period in Cambodia puts a human face on a dark period in Cambodia's history. It is the first sustained analysis of the widely held assumption that the Khmer Rouge under Pol Pot had a centralized plan to liquidate the entire monastic order.

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Cambodia Practical Tips for Travelers by Elinor LeBaron

Practical tips for travelers exploring Cambodia, from Phnom Penh to the ancient temples of Angkor, a floating village, Buddhist temples, the Royal Palace complex and much more. Nearly 100 color photos and maps. Included, too, are useful notes on the culture and interesting things to see on your journey. This book gives you great advice on preparing for your trip to Cambodia, traveling inside Cambodia, lodging, dining, shopping, health, and points of interest. This is the book you should read BEFORE you go!

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The Khmer Rouge by Nhem Boraden

The Khmer Rouge: Ideology, Militarism, and the Revolution That Consumed a Generation examines the entire organizational life of the Khmer Rouge, looking at it from both a societal and organizational perspective. The chapters cover each pivotal period in the history of the Khmer Rouge, explaining how extreme militarism, organizational dynamics, leadership policies, and international context all conspired to establish, maintain, and destroy the Khmer Rouge as an organization.

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  • Published in Society

Cambodia's School of Hope by Norm Schriever

A chance meeting in an exotic land on the other side of the globe. A local guide trying to raise money to build a drinking well in his poor village. Hundreds of Cambodian school children who didn’t have a school to attend, or sometimes enough food, clean water, or medical care.

What unfolded next is truly amazing.

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  • Published in Cuisine

Delicious and Traditional Cambodian Recipes by April Blomgren

Cambodia is one of the ancient and historical countries that we know of and so is its cuisine.

There is a huge choice of menu in the food of Cambodian cuisine.

The staple food of Cambodia is rice, which is basically part of every meal and even it is used as an ingredient for most parts of their dishes.

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Live to Tell by Sonita Zainal

Live to Tell is a gripping testimony from Sonita Zainal of bone true facts and emotional recollections; designed to show the world how even when only a young girl, from age five; for four years, with amazing grit and determination, she could endure and survive the horrendous Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia – eventually escaping through jungle infested landmines to United Nations refugee camps in Thailand.

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  • Published in Society

Cambodian Grrrl by Anne Elizabeth Moore

In Cambodian Grrrl: Self-Publishing in Phnom Penh, writer and independent publisher Anne Elizabeth Moore brings her experience in the American cultural underground to Cambodia, a country known mostly for the savage extermination of around 2 million of its own under the four-year reign of the Khmer Rouge.

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