Temples, tuk tuks, and tip-toeing into style.
This article was featured on Anvaya, a network that aims to: Gather all the returnees within a social and professional … More
To scarcely brush the surface of current political activities in Cambodia: there has been civil unrest, scare and pain tactics … More
Reposted from Salon, this article written by Liz Fields spoke to me in so many ways. Common knowledge if you … More
A link to The Prevailing Taste, the weekly feature. The Olive Branch.
Well, here we go into rainy season in Cambodia! Here’s a peek at the Ladies September 2013 issue- comin’ atcha … More
And off we go! We’re launching SEEN- find out how you can be a part of making this happen, share … More
The times are few nowadays when I can or want to sit down and look at the same photos repeatedly- … More
It’s the 6th of September, and I arrived in Phnom Penh on the 5th last year. I had meant to, … More
Originally posted on The Prevailing Taste:
from Anna Why we care so much about how we are perceived by others is a…