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Starving Season: One Person’s Story By Seang M. Seng MD
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Seang Seng was born and raised in Cambodia, the Southeast Asian country Prince Sihanouk had coined an “Island of Peace.” The Cambodian people knew only two natural seasons: the dry and... More > the rainy. In the dry season, farmers celebrated the harvest. At the New Year, farmers and city dwellers alike brought rice and prepared foods to the temple to celebrate. During the rainy season, farmers prepared their fields and planted new crops with hopes for a bountiful future harvest. In the cities, students studied, moviegoers flocked to the popular cinemas, and sidewalk vendors hawked all manner of plentiful food and drink. But once the barbaric Khmer Rouge seized power in April 1975, they forcibly evacuated the cities, including the capital of Phnom Penh, and fourth-year medical student Seang Seng found himself and his family of 24 persons driven into a countryside of forced labor camps that would come to be known as the "Killing Fields."< Less
Starving Season: One Person’s Story By Seang M. Seng MD
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Seang Seng was born and raised in Cambodia, the Southeast Asian country Prince Sihanouk had coined an “Island of Peace.” The Cambodian people knew only two natural seasons: the dry and... More > the rainy. In the dry season, farmers celebrated the harvest. At the New Year, farmers and city dwellers alike brought rice and prepared foods to the temple to celebrate. During the rainy season, farmers prepared their fields and planted new crops with hopes for a bountiful future harvest. In the cities, students studied, moviegoers flocked to the popular cinemas, and sidewalk vendors hawked all manner of plentiful food and drink. But once the barbaric Khmer Rouge seized power in April 1975, they forcibly evacuated the cities, including the capital of Phnom Penh, and fourth-year medical student Seang Seng found himself and his family of 24 persons driven into a countryside of forced labor camps that would come to be known as the "Killing Fields."< Less
Boldly Whispering the Name of Jesus: Stories of Faith from the Asian Mission Field: a 30 Day Devotional By Peter Hone
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Too often we give no more than a moment's thought to the hardship and persecution of Christians in Asian countries. Their struggles and suffering are too uncomfortable, too convicting for us. Big... More > Life is a ministry that continues to be used by God to plant thousands of churches in Asia, in countries that are among the most hostile towards the gospel message. In this 30-day devotional of stories from the Asian mission field, we meet a God who reveals himself in personal, providential and powerful ways to bring his chosen people to salvation in Christ. And we meet some of these people, simple but remarkable men and women, driven to tell others in their culture about Jesus, in obedience to the Great Commission. These stories of distant Brothers and Sisters will touch you. Read their testimonies. Support their ministries through Big Life. Most importantly, for thirty days, pray for them.< Less
Boldly Whispering the Name of Jesus: Stories of Faith From the Asian Mission Field: A 30 Day Devotional By Peter Hone
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Too often we give no more than a moment's thought to the hardship and persecution of Christians in Asian countries. Their struggles and suffering are too uncomfortable, too convicting for us. Big... More > Life is a ministry that continues to be used by God to plant thousands of churches in Asia, in countries that are among the most hostile towards the gospel message. In this 30-day devotional of stories from the Asian mission field, we meet a God who reveals himself in personal, providential and powerful ways to bring his chosen people to salvation in Christ. And we meet some of these people, simple but remarkable men and women, driven to tell others in their culture about Jesus, in obedience to the Great Commission. These stories of distant Brothers and Sisters will touch you. Read their testimonies. Support their ministries through Big Life. Most importantly, for thirty days, pray for them.< Less
Hand-Painted Signs of Kratie By Sam Roberts
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Flying pigs, retro hairstyles and hand grenades are among some of the images found in this book celebrating the art and craft of Cambodia’s hand-painted advertising. The book introduces the... More > signs, the people who paint them, and explores their links to Cambodian art, culture and history. The stories of the signs and their makers are inseparable from events in Cambodia over the last 40 years, notably the impact of the infamous Khmer Rouge regime. This crushed both art and commerce, the two spheres of activity straddled by these hand-painted signs. Their rise and gradual fall since this time takes the reader up to the current day and the uncertain future faced by this characteristic feature of Cambodia’s streets.< Less
Tropicania - In Search of South East Asia By Salli Conway
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Disillusioned with life in a London suburb, Sal and Dan dream through long cold winter’s evenings of a world beyond the Western rat race. It isn’t that easy to pack up your life and... More > disappear around the other side of the world for a year on a shoestring. Or at least, like most people, they didn’t think it was … A humourous and well-observed travelogue, Tropicania follows their 32,000km year long backpacking adventure around South East Asia. If you’ve ever wondered how it might be to pick up a backpack and a passport and disappear into the unknown, this insightful book is for you.< Less
Red Undertow By Kieng Sieu Lim
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Through 30 years of tortuous, strange, and profoundly soul-stirring life experience from China to Cambodia and eventually to the United States, the book describes a panorama of the contention of the... More > US, the Soviet Union, and China for power and rivalry in Indochina. The devastation brought about by the International Communist Movement to Cambodia led to a catastrophe that resulted in the death of 2 million people, including several hundred thousand ethnic Chinese in this weak and small country of Cambodia. Red Undertow presents unique descriptions of life during war times, cruelty of the Khmer Rouge regime; lingering and abiding affection, love and resentment within families, episodes of human tragedies leading to parting and separation, events involoving national tragedies and outstanding issues of history, which will bring tears to the eyes of readers and make them learn to cherish their valuable lives all the more.< Less
Red Undertow By Kieng Sieu Lim
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Through 30 years of tortuous, strange, and profoundly soul-stirring life experience from China to Cambodia and eventually to the United States, the book describes a panorama of the contention of the... More > US, the Soviet Union, and China for power and rivalry in Indochina. The devastation brought about by the International Communist Movement to Cambodia led to a catastrophe that resulted in the death of 2 million people, including several hundred thousand ethnic Chinese in this weak and small country of Cambodia. Red Undertow presents unique descriptions of life during war times, cruelty of the Khmer Rouge regime; lingering and abiding affection, love and resentment within families, episodes of human tragedies leading to parting and separation, events involoving national tragedies and outstanding issues of history, which will bring tears to the eyes of readers and make them learn to cherish their valuable lives all the more.< Less
Now What? By Michael Manzi
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You finished high school, got through college and got that 1st job. It’s obviously not the job you want for the rest of your life, but hopefully it’s something you can live with. Now you... More > can say “I’ve worked for a year”. You find yourself thinking more and more often, “this is it?...now what?”. That’s what I was thinking and I decided to leave my job, my friends, my family and everything I knew to move to South Korea to become an English teacher. I had no experience teaching, didn’t like kids, and really liked living in Boston. I had never travelled other than studying abroad and I wasn't like all the other people who “dropped everything and changed my life”. I’m just a regular person like you. I liked my job and didn’t want to leave my friends, but I just felt like I wasn’t going anywhere. Now What? is my journey through Southeast Asia traveling for 2 months and ultimately moving to South Korea to try to figure out what you do after finishing college and having your first job< Less
Now What? By Michael Manzi
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You finished high school, got through college and got that 1st job. It’s obviously not the job you want for the rest of your life, but hopefully it’s something you can live with. Now you... More > can say “I’ve worked for a year”. You find yourself thinking more and more often, “this is it?...now what?”. That’s what I was thinking and I decided to leave my job, my friends, my family and everything I knew to move to South Korea to become an English teacher. I had no experience teaching, didn’t like kids, and really liked living in Boston. I had never travelled other than studying abroad and I wasn't like all the other people who “dropped everything and changed my life”. I’m just a regular person like you. I liked my job and didn’t want to leave my friends, but I just felt like I wasn’t going anywhere. Now What? is my journey through Southeast Asia traveling for 2 months and ultimately moving to South Korea to try to figure out what you do after finishing college and having your first job< Less

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