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Jungle Girl By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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In far Cambodia, where the Khmer kings built their mighty temples and vanished from the earth with their millions of subjects hundreds of years ago, leaving no trace upon the written pages of... More > history, are secrets yet undivulged to man, jungles that even natives never enter. Into such went Gordon King. There are drama, mystery, adventure, and love awaiting you between the covers of this book. It is fast moving, spectacular, gripping, and once you start it, you will not want to lay it down until you have learned what fate awaits Gordon King and the Jungle Girl.< Less
In Pekhtra's Grace By Xenia Jones
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This short story is about Pich Pekhtra, an extraordinary Cambodian young woman whose struggle from poverty I have aided in a small kindness that changed the lives of the many orphans & poor... More > relations she supports. Her fierce spirit & generosity towards others despite her own poverty has changed the way I see the world. I am sharing this story from my memoirs in hopes that others can find inspiration too. Friendship is a wonderful gift that bridges cultures & changes lives. Your purchase of this short e-book goes to the aid of the various children & Cambodian elderly -- victims of the Khmer Rouge,under Pekhtra's care.< Less
Puniverse (Vol. 36) By Stephen McLaughlin
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on the hare on the heir on the herr on the khmer on the lair on the mare on the ne’er on the pair on the pare on the pear on the prayer on the rare on the scare on the share on... More > the snare on the spare on the square on the stair on the stare on the swear on the tear on the their Stephen McLaughlin is a senior editor at the PennSound poetry archive and hosts the podcast Into the Field for Jacket2. He created the 3,785-page PDF anthology Issue 1 with Jim Carpenter in 2008, an excerpt of which was included in Against Expression: An Anthology of Conceptual Writing. His first book of poems is Infinite Unexplored Domain of Poetic Values by Easter Halloween (Principal Hand Editions, 2011). < Less
Dear Cambodia By Mat Roe & Jennifer Moody
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Photographer Mat Roe’s many journeys to Cambodia serve as testimony to the uniqueness of the country and its people. His first visit was in 1998 shortly after the death of Khmer Rouge leader... More > Pol Pot, and in the 10 years since, he has traveled back nearly a dozen times. His images include important and unique monuments, spectacular views of the countryside, glorious landscapes, and details of city and daily life that few have ever seen. This book is full of photographs detailing the fact that life goes on, despite numerous attempts through the years to destroy this country known as the Kingdom of Cambodia.< Less
Jungle Girl By Edgar Rice Burroughs
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In far Cambodia, where the Khmer kings built their mighty temples and vanished from the earth with their millions of subjects hundreds of years ago, leaving no trace upon the written pages of... More > history, are secrets yet undivulged to man, jungles that even natives never enter. Into such went Gordon King. There are drama, mystery, adventure, and love awaiting you between the covers of this book. It is fast moving, spectacular, gripping, and once you start it, you will not want to lay it down until you have learned what fate awaits Gordon King and the Jungle Girl.< Less
Indochina By Ronald van der Veer
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In een reisverslag van een 23 daagse rondreis door Indochina beschrijft Ronald van der Veer zijn belevingen. Van het Boeddhistische leven in Laos, langs de historie van de Vietnam oorlog en tenslotte... More > het bezoek aan de tempels van Angkor in Cambodja.< Less
Voyage tout en contraste au Cambodge "Pays du sourire" By Roberte-Anne Bijlenga
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Des touristes entreprennent un voyage au Cambodge. La visite des temples commence d'une façon classique quand lentement l'atmosphère entre eux et le guide se transforme en une... More > communion pleine d'émotion. L'histoire des lieux s'imprègne d'un autre voyage aux tréfonds de l'âme humaine. Une âme humaine qui revient de l'enfer.< Less
Phnom Penh: 20 Must See Attractions By Anton Swanepoel
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Nestled at the confluence of the Tonlé and Mekong Rivers, the once renowned “Pearl of Asia” stands a testament to the human spirit’s will to overcome. Phnom Penh, a name... More > that conjures images of unspeakable crimes against humanity, has been the national capital of Cambodia for over 550 years, thriving under French colonialism before losing its luster during the Khmer Rouge occupation. The city is now a hub of activity for this Indochina nation of nearly 15 million people. This book contains 20 must see attractions each with: Concise, informative attraction descriptions. How to best arrange your time. Costs, and times best to visit each attraction. Highlights: What makes the site unique. GPS Coordinates to attractions And much more… Some of the attractions, featured within the pages of this practical and easy to use travel guide, are not available or seldom included in commercial tours, but they should not be missed.< Less
The Pleasures of Thailand & Cambodia and the Horrors of a Tsunami By Gary Brown
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This travelogue will first take you through the hectic and exciting streets of Bangkok. From there you will travel into Siem Reap, Cambodia to walk the mystical ruins of Angkor Wat and to experience... More > the endearing Khmer culture. Flying back into Thailand, you will travel from Chiang Mai into the magical hills of the Golden Triangle, feeding elephants, driving the isolated hills of this former (?) opium-producing corner of the world, and slipping briefly into Myanmar and Laos. Finally, after of few days of bliss in lovely southern Thailand, near Phuket, you will be swept into the horrors of the shocking tragedy of the infamous 2004 tsunami, a disaster that barely spares the author and his wife, but in a just a few hours’ time takes the lives of a quarter of a million others.< Less
Cambodian Refugees in Long Beach California By Scott Shaw
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Cambodia was in a state of political and cultural upheaval from the late 1950s through the early 1990s. This was epitomized by the political reign of terror brought on by Pol Pot, the leader of the... More > Khmer Rouge, as he seized power in 1975. His attempt to create a completely agrarian society left the country in chaos and an estimated three million Cambodians dead. With the inception of his brutal rule, Cambodians began to seek sanctuary in less hostile environments. With this, many left their native land and entered the United States as refugees. This movement to America has had one city as a focal point, Long Beach, California. By the late 1980s there were an estimated thirty-five thousand Cambodians living within this cities boundaries.< Less

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