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Hi Robin,I recently foudend an organization called Someone's Child. Our goal is to empower moms to use their unique gifting to combat human trafficking., We believe moms are the most under-utilized group and yet, they are the ones speaking into the next generation of abolitionists,AND, two of us (myself and one of my co-founders) are heading to Cambodia to visit Transitions Global in August!I would love to talk with you all. We are going to host a community-wide Kids Clothing Swap in early September, along with booths that bring awareness to our purchasing power as moms and slavery in the supply chain.It would be wonderful if you all could perhaps join us!?!?Look forward to future conversations with you. And come like us on Facebook!!Warmly,Carrie KubaFounder, Someone's ChildEngage. Act. End Human Trafficking.
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          2 Indian filmmakers win International CineFest '17 honour   

[India], July 1 (ANI): In a rare feat, two of the Indian filmmakers have walked home with the Hollywood International CineFest 2017 awards.

Rakesh Kumar's 'After Ever After' won the Best Feature (English) category, while BidyutKotoky's 'Rainbow Fields' won the Best Feature (Foreign) category.

The festival, held at AMC Sunset 5, 8000 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles from June 24-25, received over 400 submissions and films from the U.S., the U.K., France, China, South Korea, Cambodia and Hong Kong besides India.

The official selection included World Premieres of 'Easy Money' and the North America Premieres of 'Before The Fall' (Cambodia's entry to 2017 Oscars) & Sam Heughan's 'Emulsion.'

"While very different from each other, there are some striking similarities between 'After Ever After' and 'Rainbow Fields'," said Zack Zublena, Festival Director.

"Both the films have a particular emotional appeal, both have a child as one of the leads and both used colors in a very cinematic way. We are very proud of these two film-makers whose art truly transcends geographical limits," Zublena added.

To decide the winner, the festival looked to the audience and ballots were given out at each film's screening and five audience members per screening were asked to rate the film on a scale of one to ten.

In Rakesh Kumar's debut feature, the protagonist, Nik Patel struggles to cope with the terminal illness of his nine-year-old daughter.

Based on his personal experiences, the film is a story of human endurance against insurmountable odds.

"All human beings are born fighters and true fighters pick up the sword even when defeat is nearly certain," quips Rakesh. (ANI)


          The Call Box: The King and I   
It is about 1960 and I am a policeman working Metro, the division that seems to do a little of everything. This day, I have been assigned uniformed security for the King of Cambodia.
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Hey ISSAers! We’re now reaching the end of the semester and will be having our final events tomorrow, Tuesday May 6th. We’ll be having the anticipated Jane Bussmann show at 5:00 in HSCI 105, closely followed by our annual IST banquet at 6:30 at Sophy’s Fine Thai & Cambodian Cuisine. For more information on the…
          7 Days on the Mekong: How the Saddest River in Asia Made Me Smile   

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The Mekong River, for those of a certain generation, flows with melancholy. The mental images it conjures are as clear today as when they were broadcast over Walter Cronkite’s shoulder on the Evening News 50 years ago.

But I was curious about Vietnam and Cambodia. I had heard from other travelers that they were fascinating and welcoming destinations. So, I decided to take a cruise on the Mekong. The itinerary would take us from the Mekong Delta in southern Vietnam to Kampong Cham, Cambodia, some 328 serpentine miles north. As I suspected, the trip would prove to be an eye-opener.

Day One: Setting Sail

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My initial glimpse of the Scenic Spirit occurred on the dock at My Tho, Vietnam, where I was initially put off by the ship’s elegance, its vast picture windows, its bright shiny whiteness. Launched in 2016, the Scenic Spirit is arguably the most luxurious ship on the Mekong. The swimming pool—a rarity on river cruises—was deep and long enough to swim laps. Considering that the ship has five decks, the central elevator (another rarity in river cruising) was a blessing. All the rooms are suites with balconies. The windows in my quarters went from floor-to-ceiling in both the bedroom and sitting room. The dressing room was far too large for a single traveler, and probably for two. Oh, and did I forget to mention the personal butler? Any reservations I might have harbored about a first-class ship in a third-world country dissipated as we sailed at sunset.

Day Two:  Cai Be – Tan Chau, Vietna

In Vietnamese waters, the Scenic Spirit was obliged by regulation to anchor in mid-river, so guests were tendered by sampans to their shore excursions. That’s how I arrived in Cai Be, our first stop, a busy village dominated by the graceful steeple of its Catholic church. As I roamed the streets, I saw girls hand-rolling candy, men making popped-rice snacks, factory workers separating coconut meat from the husks. The industriousness of the people was impressive.

I met a man in Cai Be selling snake wine from two five-gallon glass jars. The wine-seller, a guy with a mustache and a leer, pulled a dead cobra out of the jar and held it in front of the faces of aghast tourists, challenging them to drink. Always ready to test myself (and usually to my regret), I asked for some. The slinky sommelier smiled, waggled the cobra in my face, and then decanted a thimble-size serving. Glass in hand, I held my breath and poured the liquid down my throat. Moments passed. When at last I could breathe again, I realized the wine tasted a little like Japanese sake. “They believe it improves men’s, er … ability,” said my guide. “Men drink, women happy.”

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That afternoon we anchored just offshore of Sa Dec, a town farther upriver, known as the setting for the romantic novel (and later film) The Lover [L’Amant], written by Marguerite Duras. Many of the passengers were eager to see the 19th–century house where much of that tale of forbidden love takes place. But I was far more interested in visiting the lively street market. The sounds of the market were rife with songs that resembled the schoolyard taunt, “Nya nya nya-nya nya,” but in fact were sellers announcing their wares—prawns, tiny bananas, tripe, catfish, mice (meant to be marinated and grilled), snakehead fish, frogs, and live free-range chickens. (The chickens sell for $4 a kilo; for an additional 50 cents they’ll dispatch your chicken and pluck it for you.)

In was in the Sa Dec market that I met a woman selling betel nuts, which, when chewed, are a mild stimulant that leaves users’ teeth red. I saw no redness on her teeth and asked if she liked to chew her product. She made a face of disgust, then giggled. She never chews them, she said; she doesn’t like the taste. She seemed quite amused at the thought of selling a product she didn’t even like. Yet she earns about $10 a day selling the nuts to her customers, she said. Considering the average Vietnamese worker earns $150 a month, no wonder she smiled so much.

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Day Three: Tan Chau, Vietnam – Cambodian Frontier

Some days were spent mostly on the river, and this was one of them. But first I opted for an excursion to a farming village on Evergreen Island near the town of Tan Chau. The village, on first look, struck me as impoverished, but then I noticed that corrugated metal roofs outnumbered those of palm fronds. Though the houses, raised on pilings, were rickety, they were neat and organized. Next to the entrance of each home was a large ceramic jar of water for entrants to wash their feet before walking inside. Traditional music wafted out a window, and our guide, Tuan, gently swayed to the tune.

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We passed a chili farm with hot but not-too-hot chilies (I know because I plucked and tasted one). The chilies are sold mainly to China, where they are in high demand. The farmers earn between $4,000 and $5,000 a year by growing chilies for the Chinese market, Tuan said. Besides chilies, the farmers here grow bananas and mangoes. “They’re a very happy people,” said Tuan. “Life is getting better since the government allowed the market economy. The life is improving.”

Boys and girls followed us as we walked along the dirt lanes. When we pointed our iPhones at them, they laughed, punched one another in the arms, mugged for the cameras, and waved as they rode away on their bikes—just like kids anywhere in the world.

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Day Four: Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Almost immediately after crossing into Cambodia, one could notice a difference in the surroundings. The fishing villages seemed to be made of poorer materials. Fewer cars and trucks plied the riverside roads. Gone were the cement company dredgers scouring the river bottom for sand, as in Vietnam. Palm-frond roofs outnumbered those of clay tile and corrugated steel. Unlike Vietnam, Cambodia seemed like a land stuck in the past.

Those who recall the Vietnam War will likely remember Cambodia’s most hellish period, the brutal Khmer Rouge regime of 1975-79. As a result, shore excursions in Cambodia assumed a poignancy.

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While some passengers chose to spend that first day in Cambodia touring Phnom Penh’s French-colonial architecture or taking a cooking class, many of us decided to see a more disturbing part of the country’s heritage. Our first stop, just a few miles outside the capital, was the notorious Killing Fields. There and elsewhere, some 2 million everyday citizens were murdered by the Khmer Rouge, who sought out so-called intellectuals—often anyone with an education, or even who just wore glasses—for fear that they opposed the regime.

Returning to the city, we paid a visit to the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, a Khmer Rouge prison in a former high school they renamed S-21. I was surprised at the crowds waiting in line to buy tickets for such an unlikely attraction. We walked among tiny jerry-rigged cells where prisoners had been grilled and beaten. Chains still dangled from bare metal bedsteads where torture victims were once shackled. Barbed wire still screened the jail’s upper floors, placed there to prevent despondent prisoners from taking suicide leaps. Bolts on the cell floors showed how the victims were fettered in place, awaiting their fate.

One whose fate was not sealed at S-21 is 86-year-old Chum Mey. I met him that morning in the yard of the prison where he was once incarcerated. “I was tortured and my wife was killed by the Khmer Rouge,” Chum Mey told me through an interpreter. He survived “re-education” and was sent to work as a laborer. Thirty years later, he wrote a book about his experience. Now he comes to the former prison every day to sell copies of his book and to meet the tourists. “I’m very happy to see all the people coming here,” he said. “I hope you will go back home and share my story with your friends.”

Day Five: Phnom Penh – Koh Chen, Cambodia

The next morning I joined a tour of the Royal Palace and National Museum. Their elaborate traditional architecture, lush landscaping, and peaceful settings helped take the edge off the previous day’s unsettling excursion.

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At noon, we pulled away from the dock at Phnom Penh and made our way north to Koh Chen, a silversmith village where some 150 families operate out of homemade factories, often little more than a covered patio attached to a house. My fellow passengers were intensely curious about the trade, asking for demonstrations of the silver-plating process and browsing the shelves for souvenir bracelets, necklaces, and rings.

The streets of Koh Chen, like in so many Cambodian villages, are hard-packed dirt. As we followed one of those roads, we passed a group of boys playing soccer on the grounds of a multi-colored temple. Some in my group didn’t realize they were interrupting the boys’ game to take pictures of the temple, but the kids just smiled and waved when any of us made eye contact. The boys seemed to take it in stride, but I regret that I didn’t know the Khmer language for, “Sorry we messed up your game, guys!”

Just around the corner from the temple, we met Oum Son Thon, 83, a former teacher who survived the Khmer Rouge by impersonating a laborer. He now has the finest house in the village, thanks to his successful offspring. Next to his home is an open-air classroom where he teaches math to the local kids. He takes much more pride in his 30 students than in his handsome villa.

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Day Six: Koh Chen – Kampong Cham, Cambodia

The average age of the passengers on the Scenic Spirit was somewhere in their sixties, but that didn’t stop most of them from rising early for an unusual trip: a 20-minute ox-cart journey on washboard roads to a small temple. The phrase “bone jarring” comes to mind. All the travelers were good sports about the rough ride, but clearly grateful to then board modern motor coaches for our main destination, Oudong Temple.

Sometimes it’s useful to research everything in advance; other times, it’s more rewarding to embrace the mystery. That’s what happened to me in the Oudong pagoda, where we sat on the floor in the shadow of a massive Buddha statue while two monks chanted for 15 minutes. “We invite the gods to remove sin and return prosperity to the earth,” one of them said, through a translator. Then, unexpectedly, they began to throw lotus buds at us. They were pretty hard, too—hard enough to make me close my eyes and duck my chin. And then, like my fellow passengers, I laughed quietly, marveling at the strangeness of it all.

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Day Seven: Wat Hanchey – Kampong Cham, Cambodia

I met a 13-year-old novice monk on my last full day on the Mekong. The place was called Wat Hanchey, some of whose temples are older than their more famous cousins at Angkor Wat. The boy’s family name was Chea; his given name was Chek, which means banana. “My family comes to visit me once a month,” he said, with a shy smile. His favorite subject in class was literature. When asked about his future, he said he didn’t know how long he would remain at the temple, but he likely would be a novice until age 15, at which time he could go on to high school and, possibly, university. His ultimate goal? “I would like to be a doctor,” he said.

Day Eight: Kampong Cham – Siem Reap, Cambodia

Most river cruises on the lower Mekong end near Kampong Cham, and passengers are taken by motor coach from there to Siem Reap and its international airport. Some guests stay on to visit the temple complex at Angkor Wat, while others fly directly home. The four-hour coach ride, which at one point passed over a centuries-old stone bridge, is a perfect time to reflect on the past week’s experiences. The visits ashore had their stark moments, to be sure. But to cruise the Mekong, whether on the Scenic Spirit or any of the competitive ships, is mostly an upbeat, often heartwarming journey through one of the most remote, colorful, enchanting corners of the world, full of music, full of smiles, full of mysteries unraveling before you.  

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And do I worry that the luxurious, cosseting confines of the Scenic Spirit were at odds with what I was seeing? It’s a specious premise. People were talking across borders, contributing to the local economies, making contacts, friends even, at a time when the world is roiled by fear. Our little river haven may not have been indicative of society at large, but it had a hell of a lot going for it.


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On his trip to Cambodia, a country he claimed didn't deserve a visit due to its strongman government, first lady Bun Rany greeted Obama with a traditional "sampeah" pressed-hands greeting reserved for servants, a little dig that was probably lost on him but not to Asians.


In his tour of Burma, billed as an historic first visit since Burma's 2007 move to democracy, it was clear he was in way over his head, even on small things. Obama repeatedly referred to the country's Nobel Peace Prize-winning leader Aung San Suu Kyi as Aung Yan Suu Kyi, an astonishing error given her global fame.

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          New Video: Cambodian-American Heritage Dancers   

The Cambodian-American Heritage Dancers and Chum Ngek Ensemble present a program of classical Khmer dance and music from the Cambodian court repertoire.

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          Shocking Racism: Watch Silicon Valley Jerk Harass a Cyclist and Her 9-Year-Old Daughter    
Woman films encounter and tells dude she is posting to Facebook. "Awesome," he says.

In a video clip posted to Facebook, a California woman filmed a run-in she had with a motorist while she was riding on her bike accompanied by her 9-year-old daughter, that ended with the man calling her a “f*cking Cambodian n**ger.”

According to Paula Nuguid she was on her bike in Sunnyvale – and was attempting to make a legal left turn — when the man began to lean on his horn and then called her a “b*tch.”

“This happened to me today at 4:33pm as I was traveling south on Frances St in the downtown area of Sunnyvale, California, which is part of Silicon Valley. I was trying to make a legal left into a parking lot where Frances St and Olsen St intersect. His claim I made an illegal right is absurd. I was traveling east in the bike lane on Evelyn Ave and the light was green as I turned right,” she wrote.  “I was signaling left and waiting for oncoming traffic to pass when this man began incessantly honking at me, calling me a b*tch, and telling me to get out of his way. I was attempting to make a left the way the California DMV recommends .”

In the video Nuguid asked the man why he was honking at her and calling her a bitch while explaining to him that she was making a legal turn.

Rolling up to his window, she said, “How f*cking dare you, you entitled white prick?”

“Oh, shut the f*ck up,” he smirked.

Nuguid noted, “I can tell you’re not from California,” to which the man responded, “You f*cking Cambodian n*gger, get out of here.”

“Excuse me, this is going to be on Facebook,” Nuguid replied.

The man — sporting a big grin — sarcastically responded “Awesome,” over and over again before driving off.

Speaking with Raw Story, Nuguid said that this is not the first time that she has been racially harassed by a white man while riding on her bike – but that “Cambodian n**ger” was a new one to her.

She also explained that she and her daughter cried a bit after the encounter and that she has already had to talk with her children about the racism that they will encounter. She also pointed out that she was surprised at the vitriol some are already spewing at her online  — some of which she reposted (see below).

 

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          Birthday Facts About April 29, 1997 You Need To Know   
Which celebrity shares my birthday? You might be happy to know that the following celebrities share your birthday. The list was randomly chosen and arranged in chronological order. 1932 Joy Clements 1935 Otis Rush 1944 Richard Kline 1954 Jerry Seinfeld 1960 Caveh Zahedi 1969 İzel Çeliköz 1970 Uma Thurman 1980 Kian Egan 1982 Kate Nauta 1991 Mariya Suzuki What happened on my birthday – Apr 29? These were the events that made history that coincide with your birthday. 1770 James Cook arrives at and names Botany Bay, Australia. 1832 Évariste Galois is released from prison. 1903 A 30 million cubic-metre landslide kills 70 in Frank, North-West Territories, Canada. 1946 The International Military Tribunal for the Far East convenes and indicts former Prime Minister of Japan Hideki Tojo and 28 former Japanese leaders for war crimes. 1951 Tibetan delegates to the Central People’s Government arrive in Beijing and draft a Seventeen Point Agreement for Chinese sovereignty and Tibetan autonomy. 1968 The controversial musical Hair, a product of the hippie counter-culture and sexual revolution of the 1960s, opens at the Biltmore Theatre on Broadway, with its song becoming anthems of the anti-Vietnam War movement. 1970 Vietnam War: United States and South Vietnamese forces invade Cambodia to hunt Viet Cong. 1986 A fire at the Central library of the City of Los Angeles Public Library damages or destroys 400,000 books and other items. 1997 The Chemical Weapons Convention of 1993 enters into force, outlawing the production, stockpiling and use of chemical weapons by its signatories. 1999 The Avala Tower near Belgrade is destroyed in the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia.
          Comment on AHA Courses Spanning the Globe: Episode 129 by James Garcia   
Excellent show and a great guest. I was operating the clinic where Bobby volunteered in Cambodia, and I have to say it's a totally different world. I am glad our time together had an impact on his life, and he used that experience to help others.
          Indonesian soccer team crushes Cambodia 2-0   
Indonesias under-22 soccer team (Timnas U-22) crushed the squads of Cambodia 2-0 at the FIFA international friendly match, which was held in Phnom Penh on Thursday. The two goals were scored by Irfan Bachdim at the 26nd ...
          Grace Atwood   

Throughout life we have all been cautioned against and steered away from dressing in stripes. Whether horizontal, vertical or diagonal, they are constantly regarded as one of the biggest fashion no-nos to decorate a hanger. However, Grace Atwood, founder of The Stripe, a highly stylized lifestyle blog that features goodies like designer DIY tutorials, seasonal must-haves and chic style ideas for every life moment, has taken the forever faux pas and transformed it into a wardrobe necessity. An upbringing in the seafood- and lighthouse-filled Cape Cod peninsula was a huge influence on Grace’s classic coastal style—she lives for blue and white stripes and embroidered dresses. And while the seaside town will always have a place in her heart—and her closet—living in New York City for the past decade has nudged her in an edgier direction. “I've been lucky enough to befriend some amazing designers and have access to some of the best shopping in the world,” said Grace. “I always try to wear something that's a little bit cool and different. My style is very simple and feminine, but I like to keep it interesting with my accessories.”

A self-admitted introvert with a goofy side, Grace is a hard-working content creator who cut her beauty- and fashion-industry teeth at many notable companies, including Procter & Gamble, Coty, Sally Hansen and most recently BaubleBar where she ran social media for several years. A little more than a year ago Grace left to pursue her own projects full time, which is where the next chapter in her career story begins.

Grace fills us in on the last few years, which has been a perfect combination of glamorous fun, including the acquisition of a new pair of Jimmy Choo lace-up rope platforms and a two-week stay in the Greek Islands, and nose-to-the-grindstone hard work with an ultra-successful blog as the outcome.


What inspired you to start blogging and how did you come up with the name “The Stripe?”
I've always been obsessed with fashion and beauty and wanted a place to catalog the things I love. I was working at a job where I felt fairly stifled from a creative standpoint, so I started a blog and started writing. Originally it was called Stripes & Sequins, which are two of my favorite things, but in January 2015 I rebranded to The Stripe. I love stripes—always have, always will—so it felt like a natural choice.
 
Hundreds of blogs launch every day, what do you believe makes “The Stripe" unique?
That's hard to say—there are so many great blogs out there. Several readers have told me that they come to my site every day because it makes them feel like they are talking to a friend. I like to think that my voice is what keeps my site unique—and hopefully keeps my readers coming back for more.

What other blogs give you inspiration?
There are a lot, so I'll just tell you five of my favorites. They are all friends of mine. I love With Love From Kat. Kat lives in New York, has great style and is always going somewhere fun. Liz from Sequins and Stripes is adorable and has the cutest baby, Charlie. Her outfits are always great. Chassity Evans from Look Linger Love tracks down the cutest clothes, and she lives in Charleston so her outfit posts are usually set somewhere dreamy. Speaking of dreamy backdrops, Jess Kirby from Prosecco & Plaid lives by the ocean in Newport, Rhode Island, and her posts always transport me to an ocean state of mind. And last but not least, Annie Atkinson's blog, She's in the Glow. Her beauty stories are always well researched and on point and we share a lot of the same favorite products.

You are always visiting a new place. What is your favorite travel destination?
Visiting the Greek Islands for two weeks while in between jobs was the best vacation I’ve ever taken. I also really love Tulum, Mexico, and Charleston, South Carolina. Tulum is wonderfully relaxing, and I have made a great group of friends in Charleston—plus I’m obsessed with their restaurant scene.


Where will your next adventure take you?
I actually don't know! I spent most of July traveling and just got back from a whirlwind trip through Northwest France with Saint James. Right now I want to stay put for a little bit. That being said, there are a lot of travel destinations that are high on my list, including Cuba, Thailand, Cambodia, Croatia and Chile.

What are your essential travel products?
A small carry-on—I never check, even for a ten-day trip. When I get on the plane, I mist my face with an Odacité Facial Mist, and then apply Goop's Enriching Face Oil. Hydration is key. I always bring my laptop and my Fujifilm X-T10 camera. I keep all my cords, beauty products and essentials organized with pouches from LeSportsac. I'm also never without a Tide Stick (I'm such a klutz and always spill something), extra hair ties (I always lose them and have full-blown anxiety when I can't pull my hair up when I get hot), Burt's Bees Lip Balm, and a snack (right now I love Quest Bars). And, of course, travel-size Dry Texturizing Spray and Bright Blonde Shampoo and Conditioner for Beautiful Color.

How would you describe your design aesthetic?
Simple and streamlined—a great design should allow your content to really shine. My site is mostly black and white with pops of blush pink throughout. 

How do you feel your style has evolved since you started the blog?
It's gotten a lot more simple and pared down. I was 28 when I started my blog and now I'm almost 35. I'll still experiment with a trend or two—this year I got really into off-the-shoulder everything—but if I do, I keep everything else pretty minimal. I also wear a lot less jewelry and accessories. I look back at some old photos and think, "Wow! I was really wearing all of that!”


Fall and winter are right around the corner. How do you transition your beauty routine from warm to cold weather?
My skin is dry, especially when the cold weather hits. Thus, my skincare routine becomes a lot more focused on hydration in the fall and winter months. I'll switch from a gel cleanser to a creamy one, and I'll start using thicker moisturizers. I don't wear a lot of makeup, but I'll play with my eyes a bit more in the winter, or I’ll do a bold lip—one or the other, never both. For my hair, I get more blowouts as they last longer in winter.

What is your must-have beauty product and how do you use it?
I'm obsessed with SK-II's Facial Treatment Essence—it's the fountain of youth. The brand has such a cool story, and Pitera is an amazing ingredient. I pat it on every morning and night, between cleansing and moisturizing, and like to think it keeps me looking young.

When you’re not at DreamDry, what’s your go-to routine for achieving your perfect beachy waves?
Those beachy waves are almost always courtesy of my favorite DreamDry stylist, Jay Jackson, but when they're not, it's all about the BEACHWAVER. It's my favorite curling iron. You push a button and the wand automatically twirls either left or right, depending on your preference. Getting my waves to curl the proper direction was always something I struggled with until discovering this. I'll shower the night before and let my hair air dry. Then, in the morning, I’ll go over my naturally wavy hair with the BEACHWAVER. I'll add a little bit of Après Beach Wave and Shine Spray, Dry Texturizing Spray and Supershine Moisturizing Cream to the ends, and I'm good to go.


What tips would you give someone starting a blog?
Starting a blog is really hard right now as the market has become very oversaturated. I started nearly seven years ago, which blows my mind. Unless you are famous or incredibly well connected, you have to be doing something special and different from what is already out there. You need to have a unique angle and niche—your blog needs to be different and stand out, otherwise you are going to get lost in a sea of personal-style blogs filled with dresses under $100.

And don't go into it for the money because the money won't come for years. I blogged for more than two years before I made any money.
 
What is the best advice you have ever received?
Keep your head down and work hard. It was something Amy Jain, one of the BaubleBar co-founders, said to Daniella Yacobovsky, the other co-founder, while discussing their approach, and it stuck with me. There are so many startups and blogs that launch every day, and everyone wants a piece of it to get famous. There's also a lot of talk about networking and building a brand, and while all of that is important, at the end of the day, it's about hard work. I just want to build something really great and create a space where my readers walk away feeling a little happier, inspired and more knowledgeable than they did when they got there. I work hard to do that.

Who is your role model?
Gwyneth Paltrow. I love her commitment to health, wellness and clean living, and I also think she's done a great job parlaying her acting career into a business. Goop is really well done.

What is one fashion statement that will never go out of style?
Being yourself. At the end of the day you just have to own whatever it is you are wearing. Confidence and self expression are two things that will always be in, no matter what you are wearing.


 
What is your favorite Oribe product and how do you use it?
I have so many favorites, but I always go back to the Dry Texturizing Spray. It smells incredible. Jay Jackson tells me I smell like an "Orib-aby," which, if you ask me, is pretty much the best way a person can smell. I also really love the Bright Blonde collection, but I'm thinking of going darker for fall.

Trend under $100 that you are most excited to flaunt this fall?
I'm not a huge trends person, but maybe a matte, burgundy lipstick—I usually do bright red or clear gloss)—or an off-the-shoulder midi-dress.

Most luxurious possession you can’t live without?
My cat, Tyrion—yes, he is named after the Game of Thrones character. He's a fluffy Persian with a grumpy face. He's very luxurious...or at least he likes to think he is. I am lucky to have a lot of nice possessions, but I wouldn't say that I couldn't live without any of them.



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Samvad Kartik Shukla 9, Vik. Samvat 2071. Yugabda 5116: November 1, 2014


1. FESTIVALS: Dhanu Sankranti 

2.  1.6 LAKH SEVA PROJECTS RUN BY RSS

3. BHARAT LAUNCHES THIRD NAVIGATION SATELLITE

4. NANAJI BROUGHT INTEGRAL HUMANISM IN ACTION

5. BHARATIYAS CELEBRATE DESI FESTIVALS IN DENMARK

6.   MILLENNIUM ANNIVERSARY OF THE CORONATION OF CHOLA KING RAJENDRA  I

7. DUBAI-BASED BHARATIYA-ORIGIN EYE SURGEON HONOURED IN LONDON

8. STATE DEPARTMENT CELEBRATES DIWALI AS GLOBAL AFFAIR

9.  BHARAT TO BUILD 1800-KM HIGHWAY ALONG CHINA BORDER IN ARUNACHAL

10.  BHARAT IGNORES CHINA'S FROWN, OFFERS DEFENCE BOOST TO VIETNAM

11. MASSIVE RELIEF AND RESCUE OPERATION BY SWAYAMSEVAKS IN CYCLONE HIT AP

12.  RSS VOLUNTEERS CLEAN MOSQUE IN CYCLONE AFFECTED VISAKHAPATNAM

13.  WIDOWS PERFORM LAKSHMI PUJA AT KUDROLI TEMPLE

14. BHAGINI NIVEDITA SEWA NYAS DONATES RICKSHAWS TO PAK HINDUS

15.   MALAYSIAN HINDUS CALL TO SAVE CENTURY-OLD VIVEKANANDA ASHRAM

16. BHARATIYA ARMY'S EASTERN COMMAND TURNS 94

17. NATIONWIDE BLOOD DONATION CAMP OF VHP: 1 LAKH UNITS COLLECTED

18. BHARATIYA COP WINS UN'S   FEMALE PEACEKEEPER AWARD

19.  BHARAT - BORN SCIENTIST AWARDED WORLD FOOD PRIZE

20.  SHRI VISHWA NIKETAN: Pravas; Visitors

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Article: RENDEZVOUS WITH A VISIONARY


1. FESTIVALS: Dhanu Sankranti is the sankranti (transmigration of sun from one rashi – constellation to another) related to Dhanu rashi and occurs on 16th December.

It is celebrated as Dhanu Yatra - a colourful festival related to Bhagwan Krishna's visit to Mathura,  at Bargarh, Odisha. Different acts of puranic descriptions are performed at specific locations and the spectators move from place to place with the action to follow the performance. During this festival the Bhagwan Krishna is offered sweetened rice flakes which are specially prepared in a Conical shape.

Dhanu is also name of the month in the Malayalam Calendar. Women celebrate Thiruvathira in this month. Thiruvathira is supposed to be the birthday of Bhagwan Shiva. Married women and girls do 'upavasa' (fasting) on that day, and sing and dance. Girls pray to Lord Shiva to get a good husband while married women pray for the longevity of their husbands. -- Go Top

 

2.  1.6 LAKH SEVA PROJECTS RUN BY RSS: "Seva – Service is an integral part of sangh work and it was natural that sangh workers came forward to help fllod affected people in Jammu and Kasmir" said RSS sarkaryavaha Bhayya ji Joshi at the press meet on 20th October at Lucknow where a 3-day meeting of its Akhil Bharatiya Karyakari mandal was held. He added that over 1.6 lakh service projects are being run by swayamsevaks all over the country in rural, tribal and urban slum areas. Replying to a question on the issue of Ram mandir, he said, "Ram Temple exists in Ayodhya and people worship there daily. The only issue is to make it a grand temple. As the matter is in the Supreme Court, hence, the Centre should try to remove the hurdle and fulfil the promise made to the people during the elections," He claimed that more than 1.25 lakh youth have joined the organisation last year.  -- Go Top

 

3. BHARAT LAUNCHES THIRD NAVIGATION SATELLITE: Bharat's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C26) lifted off with aplomb from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) in Sriharikota at 1.32 a.m. on 16th October and precisely put the Bharatiya navigation satellite, IRNSS-1C into its perfect, pre-designated orbit. This was the 28th successful launch of the Indian Space Research Organisation.

The IRNSS-1C, the third of the seven navigation satellites in the Indian Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS), has wide-ranging applications in terrestrial, aerial and marine navigation. From vehicle tracking to fleet management and from disaster management to mapping, the satellite extends services to its clients.

The IRNSS-C1 carried two types of payloads, one for transmitting navigation service signals to the users and another consisting of a C-band transponder to facilitate Cube Retro Reflectors for laser ranging.

The first two satellites in the series, IRNSS 1A and IRNSS 1B were launched from Sriharikota on July 1 2013 and April 4 this year respectively.  -- Go Top

 

4. NANAJI BROUGHT INTEGRAL HUMANISM IN ACTION:  "Nanaji's thinking was out of box, he always tried to do something extra, beyond his given responsibility. Whatever he did he did with some value addition. He always insisted on 'self-sufficiency' approach. Optimum utilisation of local resources was the basis of his vision. He perfectly blended universal science with local technologies," said Prime Minister Narendra Modi while releasing a book on Nanaji Deshmukh in New Delhi on October 11, the 98th birth anniversary of Nanaji.

RSS Sahsarkaryavah Shri Dattatreya Hosabale, veteran Sangh Pracharak Shri Madan Das, DRI president Shri Virendrajeet Singh and general secretary of DRI Shri Bharat Pathak also shared the dais. Many distinguished personalities including RSS Sarkaryavah Shri Bhaiyaji Joshi, former deputy Prime Minister Shri LK Advani, Governor of Guajrat Prof. Omprakash Kohli, etc were present at the jam-packed Vigyan Bhavan.

Speaking on the occasion Dattatreya Hosabale said, Nanaji brought 'Integral Humanism' propounded by Deendayalji in action. "When people are looking for models of development on Bharatiya values the one created by Nanaji are the living examples.   -- Go Top

 

5. BHARATIYAS CELEBRATE DESI FESTIVALS IN DENMARK: Vijayadashmi was celebrated by Bharatiyas in Copenhagen on September 28 in a traditional way, thanks to the efforts put in by members of Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh (HSS)-Denmark. The most interesting part of these celebrations was the play: Ramleela. Done with very few props, the characters were able to convey Lord Rama's story to the audience.

"The programme was designed for all age groups and involved a drawing contest based on Ramayana characters and a discussion on the main characters of Ramayana. There were 15 people in the play and we spent more than four weekends preparing for it," said Hemant Dubey, one of the active members of HSS-Denmark.

Dattatreya Hosabale, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh's joint general secretary, had travelled to Copenhagen from Bharat to attend the Vijayadashmi celebrations. "He spoke on the significance of Vijayadashmi as well as key learnings from Ramayana for an hour, before ending it with a moral for the children. 

Apart from this event, many other events were also organized by different Bharatiya communities. Bharatiya Mandir in Copenhagen organised Ravana Dahan, where a small effigy of Ravana was burnt to ashes. The Gujarati community played Garba at another event on September 27. The Bengalis organised Durga Puja on a grand scale. On October 4, the newly formed Telangana Association of Denmark also celebrated Dasara and Telangana state's biggest festival, Bathukamma.   -- Go Top 

 

6.   MILLENNIUM ANNIVERSARY OF THE CORONATION OF CHOLA KING RAJENDRA  I:

The 1000th year of coronation of renowned King Rajendra I of the famous Chola Dynasty of Bharat is a matter of great pride and inspiration to all of us. Crowned in 10I4 CE, King Rajendra I had his rule extending not only from the banks of river Ganga to the whole of Southern Bharat but also up-to Sri Lanka, Lakshadweep, Maldives, Myanmar, Indonesia, Malaysia, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. By virtue of his well managed administration and a well organized military, trade, commerce, art, culture, architecture and sculpture flourished under his reign in this entire region.

Literature and pursuit of knowledge also flourished in his times and several books and volumes were written, both in Sanskrit and Tamil. During his rule, several grand temples and Stupas were constructed in Bharat, Sri Lanka and South East Asia which stand testimony to our living cultural heritage. It is testified from his Charter comprising 21 Copper Inscriptions with his royal insignia written in both Sanskrit and Tamil and paying obeisance at the very beginning to Lord Vishnu which are kept by Leiden University of Netherlands.

At the time of Mahmud Ghazni's attack on our north-western frontier and the turmoil of Euro-Arab conflict, King Rajendra I provided stable rule to ensure peace, prosperity and unhindered trade in the entire South East Asian Region to Bharatiyas, especially Tamil traders and their trade associations. He also established diplomatic Mission in China to promote trade.

He also set up a University for study of Vedas and other disciplines at Ennayirum. Besides ensuring political stability, in order to promote cultural unity and emotional integrity he sent his General Aryan Rajrajan to bring holy water of Ganga, ceremonially received it, mixed it with Kaveri waters and built a grand lake due to which he came to be known as  Gangai Konda Cholan  [i.e. Chola who brought Ganga].

Remembering such glorious period of our history will be inspirational to the people in the work for national resurgence. All the people of Bharat including Swyamasevaks are called upon to remind Bharat and the world about the achievement of the Chola king Rajendra for providing benign rule with all round progress in such a vast area and to ensure their support as well as participation in all the events related to this incidence.

(Statement by RSS sarkaryavaha Bhayya ji Joshi on the eve of meeting of  ABKM at Lucknow )  -- Go Top

 

7. DUBAI-BASED BHARATIYA-ORIGIN EYE SURGEON HONOURED IN LONDON: Dr. Vinod Gauba, Dubai-based Bharatiya-origin doctor has been conferred the prestigious Mahatma Gandhi Pravasi Samman for his contributions to healthcare. Dr. Gauba, 36, who has worked with the less fortunate and visually impaired, was presented with the award earlier this month by Baroness Verma at the House of Lords in London. He was awarded for his pioneering role in the field of ophthalmology.

 'Mahatma Gandhi Pravasi Samman' is presented to 20 recipients selected from over 30 million Non-Resident Indians or people of Indian origin for exceptional achievements in various fields.

"With Dubai fast becoming the Middle Eastern healthcare hub, we are proud to possess a premier level of expertise and technology in the UAE, attracting patients not only from the region but from all across the globe," Gauba said. He is based at Dubai Healthcare City, a multi-specialty surgery centre for providing specialized eye care.  -- Go Top

 

8. STATE DEPARTMENT CELEBRATES DIWALI AS GLOBAL AFFAIR: Bharatiya tapestries, silver lamps, and traditional delicacies adorned the Benjamin Franklin State Dining Room as Secretary John Kerry inaugurated the U.S. Department of State's annual Diwali celebration. He lit a diya while a Hindu priest from the Sri Shiva Vishnu Temple (SSVT) of Maryland sang Vedic hymns amidst hundreds of well-wishers, including senior administration officials, Ambassadors, and community leaders. "As we celebrate Diwali this evening, we also hail the accomplishments of the many hundreds of thousands of Hindu, Sikh, Buddhist, and Jain Americans who live now all across our country in every community," said Secretary Kerry. "And we honor their faith and their traditions, and the indispensable contributions that they make every single day to our prosperity, to our freedom, and to our culture - to this new chapter of American history that they are helping to write." Kerry was joined on stage by Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, Ambassador of Bharat, who highlighted the joyous festivities taking place around the world.

On 20th October 2014, Prime Minister David Cameron warmly welcomed British Hindu community leaders and sevaks to his residence at 10 Downing Street, with the blessing "Shubh Diwali".  At the annual Downing Street Diwali celebration, he spoke of the valuable contribution of the British Hindu community to British life, in terms of the four purusharthas (human purposes) and he spoke of the vital contribution that the Hindu philosophy of reverence for Light, encapsulated in the Diwali celebrations, had for all people of all faiths and he wished the British Hindu community prosperity and happiness.  -- Go Top

 

9.  BHARAT TO BUILD 1800-KM HIGHWAY ALONG CHINA BORDER IN ARUNACHAL: To counter China, Bharat is all set to embark on an ambitious road project along the McMahon Line in Arunachal Pradesh. The proposed Indo-China frontier highway  will run parallel along the China border and will be 1,800 km long.

The proposed highway will pass through Tawang, East Kameng, Upper Subansiri, West Siang, Upper Siang, Dibang Valley, Hawai and Vijaynagar in the bordering areas. The Government has already relaxed environmental clearances for border area projects. " The construction of the road will be a huge challenge considering the rough and hostile terrain, mostly snow-fed, through which it would pass, and will be the biggest single infrastructure project in the history of Bharat with an estimated cost of over Rs 40,000 crore," Rijiju said in Itanagar.  -- Go Top

 

10.  BHARAT IGNORES CHINA'S FROWN, OFFERS DEFENCE BOOST TO VIETNAM: Bharat took a decisive step towards countering China's assertive poweron 28th October by committing to help Vietnam's defence modernization, a move that will resonate unpleasantly in Beijing.

After his meeting with visiting Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung, Bharatiya PM Narendra Modi said , "Our defence cooperation with Vietnam is among our most important ones. India  remains committed to the modernization of Vietnam's defence and security forces. This will include expansion of our training programme, which is already very substantial, joint-exercises and cooperation in defence equipment. We will quickly operationalise the $100 million line of credit that will enable Vietnam acquire new naval vessels from India."

For the first time, Bharat sent clear signals that it may be willing to sell the Brahmos short range cruise missiles to Vietnam, a long-standing demand by Hanoi. The previous Bharatiya government was a little hesitant, citing reservations by Russia (which is a co-developer).  -- Go Top

 

11. MASSIVE RELIEF AND RESCUE OPERATION BY SWAYAMSEVAKS IN CYCLONE HIT AP: The cyclone Hudhud severely hit three districts of Andhra Pradesh, Visakhapatnam, Vizianagaram and Srikakulam. Although, the north-east monsoon affects every year the coastal areas of Bay of Bengal during October-November, this year the devastation is huge. Visakhapatnam is the worst hit city.

RSS swayamsevaks started relief and rescue operation on October 12 itself by cutting the trees fallen across the streets and clearing the garbage to facilitate the movement of people and the vehicles. RSS with its several associated organisations like Jana Samkshema Samithi, Sewa Bharati, ABVP, Vanvasi Kalyan Ashram, Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Bharatiya Vidya Kendram Educational institutions, etc, plunged into service activities from the moment they could came out of their houses.

BVK College became the centre of activity for receiving the material and disbursing to several destinations. Nearly 1,000 volunteers were engaged in the 24 hours run activity. More than one lakh water packets, 25,000 milk packets, several packets of food, bread and biscuits had been distributed in nearly 50 localities far and near in the city. Similar supplies were sent to villages of the district including the coastal fishermen villages. Several dignitaries like Minister Shri Ravella Kishore Babu, Shri Manikyala Rao, Sri Vishnu Kumar Raju MLA, Dr K Hari Babu MP, RDO and others visited the affected areas.   -- Go Top     

 

12.  RSS VOLUNTEERS CLEAN MOSQUE IN CYCLONE AFFECTED VISAKHAPATNAM: Volunteers of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) cleaned mosques in Visakhapatnam, after cyclone Hudhud left behind a trail of destruction when it hit the region last week.

Coordinator of Visakhapatnam region of RSS, Ram Bahadur, said that the political leaders in the country had created a wrong perception that RSS is against Muslims and Christians.

The volunteers were seen using electric saws to cut trees that were fallen inside the mosque complex. They were also cleaning the floors and removing broken glasses that were scattered everywhere. A volunteer of RSS, Kurmit Kaur, said they were merely being human.  -- Go Top

 

13.  WIDOWS PERFORM LAKSHMI PUJA AT KUDROLI TEMPLE: A large number of widows were allowed on 22nd October to perform Lakshmi Pooja (workship) on the occasion of Deepavali in the Kudroli Sri Gokarnanatheshwara Temple – established in the city by social reformer Narayana Guru and renovated by Senior Congress Leader B. Janardhana Poojary. Allowing widows to do the pooja is among a string of measures taken by the temple aimed at social reformation. The temple has, earlier appointed widows, a couple of them from Dalit communities, as priests.

Around 2,000 widows from Mangalore and other parts of the state participated in the programme. They were brought into the temple in a procession accompanied by beating of drums and other musical instruments.

Indira, Lakshmi and Chandravati, the three priests at the temple, performed Lakshmi Pooja that was witnessed by the large number of widows gathered in the temple. After the pooja, widows were allowed to perform 'Aarati'. The women priests sat along with idols of presiding deity on the silver chariot that was taken around sanctum sactorum by these women three times.

This is not the first time widows have been involved in the rituals. The temple believes in "One caste one religion one god" philosophy advocated by Narayana Guru. Three years ago a large number of widows performed Chandika Homa and poojas of Nava Durga idols during the Navaratri.  -- Go Top

 

14. BHAGINI NIVEDITA SEWA NYAS DONATES RICKSHAWS TO PAK HINDUS: Bhagini Nivedita Sewa Nyas Delhi, on 11th October provided cycle rickshaws and other basic necessary things to the Hindus who came from Pakistan. Apart from it, 25 families who came recently from Pakistan were provided with various household things like clothes, mattress, etc. Speaking on the occasion, general secretary of the Nyas Shri Mahavir Prasad Gupta assured the Hindus coming from Pakistan every possible help till they are granted citizenship in Bharat. He also applauded the support of Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Bharat Vikas Parishad and many other organisations which have been helping the Nyas in this endeavour.  -- Go Top

 

15.   MALAYSIAN HINDUS CALL TO SAVE CENTURY-OLD VIVEKANANDA ASHRAM: An organization of Hindus in Malaysia Hindraf recently urged the National Heritage Department of Malaysian Government to take immediate steps to protect the Swami Vivekananda Ashram at Jalan Tun Sambanthan, in Brickfields.

The century-old ashram has been earmarked for major redevelopment that will see a 23-storey residential tower with 264 units and an eight-storey car park built at the site. "Hindraf strongly urge the National Heritage Department steps in to object on the proposed development to protect and preserve this cultural heritage as part of the rich Malaysian heritage," said its chief P. Waytha Moorthy.

The statue and the ashram were built by the Jaffna Tamil immigrants in 1904 in honour of Swami Vivekananda, who visited Malaya in 1893.  -- Go Top

 

16. BHARATIYA ARMY'S EASTERN COMMAND TURNS 94: Army's biggest operational command - the Eastern Command - responsible for military operations along the international borders with Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, Myanmar and Nepal, turned 94 on 31st Oct.

The Eastern Command will continue to strive for "unparalleled professional competence to ensure the highest standards of operational readiness", Lt. Gen. M.M.S. Rai, general officer commanding-in-chief, said on the occasion at its headquarters at Fort William Kolkata.

The Eastern Command was formed Nov 1, 1920, with its summer headquarters in Nainital and winter headquarters in Lucknow. The command was designated as Eastern Army in April 1942, and its headquarters moved to Barrackpore. The Eastern Command theatre consists of three distinct geographical regions - the mountainous sectors of Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh in the north, the jungle-clad hill tracts of Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura and Meghalaya in the east and the south, and the plains of Assam and Bengal.

Field Marshal S.H.F.J. Manekshaw, who led the Bharatiya Army to victory in 1971 was one of Eastern Command's illustrious commanders. Besides the current army chief, Gen. Dalbir Singh and his predecessors Gen. Bikram Singh and Gen. V.K. Singh, others who have headed the Eastern Command are Gen. P.P. Kumaramanglam, Gen. A.S. Vaidya Gen. V.N. Sharma, all of whom rose to army chief.  -- Go Top

 

17. NATIONWIDE BLOOD DONATION CAMP OF VHP: 1 LAKH UNITS COLLECTED: In an overwhelming response to nationwide blood donation camp of VHP on 2nd November , thousands of youth donated blood across Bharat, crossing a collection of a total of 100,000 units of blood across the nation. The blood donation drive was organised by VHP and its youth wing Bajarangadal to commemorate the Golden Jubilee year of Vishwa Hindu Parishad.

VHP Chief Dr Pravin Togadia inaugurated VHP blood donation drive at Karolbagh of New Delhi. 'In Karnataka 62 blood donation camps were held in which nearly 6000 units of blood collected', said VHP leader Gopal Nagarakatte.  -- Go Top

 

18. BHARATIYA COP WINS UN'S   FEMALE PEACEKEEPER AWARD: A Bharatiya police inspector has been named recipient of a prestigious international female peacekeeper award by the UN's police division for her "exceptional achievements" in her duty with the UN mission in Afghanistan.  

Inspector Shakti Devi of the Jammu & Kashmir Police, currently deployed in the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA), has been awarded the International Female Police Peacekeeper Award 2014. 

Devi has been honoured for her "exceptional achievements" in leading the establishment of Women Police Councils in several parts of Afghanistan. She has also contributed to the improvement of the status of female police and has effectively helped the police of Afghanistan move towards achieving their goals of fully adopting democratic principles of policing. 

The award was delivered during the International Association of Women Police (IAWP) conference held earlier this month in Winnipeg, Canada.  -- Go Top

 

19.  BHARAT - BORN SCIENTIST AWARDED WORLD FOOD PRIZE:  Bharat -born Mexican scientist Sanjaya Rajaram has been presented with the prestigious World Food Prize 2014 for his agricultural research that led to a remarkable increase in world wheat production building on the successes of the Green Revolution. "It is a collective achievement, rather than that of a single person," Rajaram told while accepting the award at the Iowa State University in USA. The award "honours the innovative spirit of farmers", he said adding that "without their contributions, my research wouldn't have been possible".

By crossing winter and spring wheat varieties -- which were distinct gene pools that had been isolated from one another for hundreds of years -- he created wheat varieties that are disease- and stress-resistant and adaptable to diverse geographical regions and climates. In 2007, Norman Borlaug called Rajaram "the greatest present-day wheat scientist in the world". Borlaug is known as the father of the Green Revolution.  -- Go Top

 

20.  SHRI VISHWA NIKETAN: Pravas: Shri Ravikumar, sah samyojak Vishwa Vibhag, is on a tour to Australia. Shyam Parande, secretary Sewa International is on a short tour to Mauritius. Shri Saumitra Gokhale, samyojak Vishwa Vibhag, Dr. Ram Vaidya, sah samyojak & Ravikumar would reach Bharat on the occasion of World Hindu Congress in November. Visitors: Vikram Sharma – USANicola Brown – UK  -- Go Top

 

FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Sandalwood perfumes even the axe that hurls it down! The more we rub sandalwood against a stone, the more its fragrance spreads. Burn it, and it wafts its glory through the entire neighbourhood. Such is the enchanting beauty of forgiveness in life. – Swami Chinmayananda  -- Go Top

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I just cannot remember the day. But I can definitely recall that on that day Eknathji (Shri Eknath Ranade) was coming to Kolkata from Chennai by a morning flight. I went to the airport to receive him. We were heading towards Vivekananda Kendra Karyalaya. All of a sudden Eknathji asked me, "What do you think? What should I do now?"

So sudden was the question, I was taken aback. If a giant personality like Eknathji asks such a question to a most junior worker like me what should I say? I had no answer for a moment. Then I thought when Eknathji was assigned the work of Vivekananda Memorial, he was Sarkaryavah of RSS and as a Sangh swayamsevak we have been missing him. So much so, the time before the country (1971 or 1972) was also bad so I said we hardly can afford to miss you any more from the Sangh work.

It was my honest and spontaneous reply. As a seasoned 'karyakarta', Eknathji immediately read my mind and started explaining the situation. By that time the first phase of the work of Vivekananda Memorial work was over and the then President of India VV Giri had inaugurated the grand memorial of Swami Vivekananda. In a way, the job assigned by Shri Guruji to Eknathi was successfully done. Now, puting forward a question to one and all of his acquaintances was obvious. What is the purpose of setting up of a temple? Should it not become a centre of activities to fulfill the ideal of 'Serve people, serve God'?

Answer was there in the question itself. But a junior person like me failed to understand that. Because my mind was swayed by the idea that RSS is doing this job. The idea of comprehensive upliftment of the society is

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          'A form of slavery': Child exploitation fears spark push to outlaw orphanage tourism   

It could become a crime to organise trips for Australians to visit orphanages in Cambodia, with reports suggesting many of the children are being exploited for profit and subjected to abuse and neglect.


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          Junior Public Expenditures Analyst Consultant   
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          "Now the war is getting further and further away. The genocidal regime will not prevail or return to the Cambodian motherland." - Hun Sen   
"Now the war is getting further and further away. The genocidal regime will not prevail or return to the Cambodian motherland." - Hun Sen
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Vehiicles run in Cambodia too Sihanoukville Penh between Ha Tien in Vietnam.
          Times They Are a'Changing!   
Equality is moving quickly in many parts of the world, and the last couple months of 2012 have been no exception.  My liberal progressive heart is loving every minute of it!

Here's a quick, simplified round-up:

THE PHILIPPINES:  Naturally, since the Philippines is dear to my heart, I have to give BIG kudos to the Filipino people for the recent passage of the Reproductive Health Bill in both the House and the Senate.  Even though it doesn't have anything to do with gay rights, it's still a wonderful step forward!  As soon as President Aquino signs the bill, we can finally start referring to it as the Reproductive Health Law.  It's been a long time coming, so congrats, Philippines!

URUGUAY:  On December 12th the House of Representatives of the South American nation of Uruguay passed a Marriage Equality Bill, 87 votes to 81.  The bill will next go to the Senate for approval, where it is expected to pass.  The president, Jose Mujica, has said that he will gladly sign the bill into law as soon as the Senate approves it.  Looks like another majority-Catholic country will soon be joining the ranks of countries with marriage equality.  Go Uruguay!

MEXICO:  The Mexican Supreme Court issued a unanimous decision in the first week of December, striking down the state of Oaxaca's ban on same-sex marriage.  The ruling does not strike down similar bans in other states, but sets a powerful precedent and paves the way for marriage equality throughout Mexico.  Currently same-sex marriages are only performed in Mexico City and in the state of Quintana Roo, but in 2010 the Mexican Supreme Court ordered all of Mexico's 31 states to honor and recognize same-sex marriages no matter where they're performed.

COLOMBIA:  The First Committee of the Senate of Colombia has approved a same-sex marriage bill on December 4th.  The bill will proceed through the legislature in the coming months of early 2013.  If no action is taken by the legislature by June 20, 2013, same-sex couples will automatically be granted full marriage rights by order of a Supreme Court decision that came in 2011.  But wait, isn't Colombia majority-Catholic??  Yes it is!

UNITED STATES:  1.  In November, pro-marriage equality President Barack Obama was re-elected, and four ballot initiatives in four states turned out very well for equality.  The state of Maine legalized same-sex marriage by popular vote; the voters of the state of Washington approved marriage equality after the state legislature had already passed it last year; and voters in the state of Maryland did the same.  In Minnesota, voters were asked if they wanted to include a ban on same-sex marriage in their state's constitution... the people said "no!"  It was a great day for liberty and equality!  America seems to be progressing faster and faster all the time.

2.  In early December the US Supreme Court announced that it will hear two majorly important gay rights cases in its current session.

      a)  The first is regarding section III of DOMA (the Defense of Marriage Act), which, if found to be unconstitutional, would mean that the US federal government would be able to formally and officially recognize same-sex marriages for tax purposes, Social Security purposes, immigration purposes, and all the other 1,000+ rights and privileges that go along with marriage.  This would be huge.  Most legal analysts believe the Supreme Court will strike down DOMA section III, and the ruling - whatever it may be - will come in June of 2013.

     b)  The second case regards Proposition 8, the 2008 voter initiative that removed the right to marry for same-sex couples in California.  No one's really sure what the Supremes will decide on this one, but a ruling will also come in June of 2013.  The high court could uphold the ban (highly unlikely), could strike down the ban and return marriage equality to California (most likely), or strike down all same-sex marriage bans across America (possible, but not a sure bet).  It's exciting to be sure, so keep an eye on these cases.

3.  Next up:  Illinois.  America's fifth most populous state already has civil unions, but the Illinois legislature is scheduled to take up a full Marriage Equality Bill in January.

CAMBODIA:  Prime Minister Hun Sen of the Kingdom of Cambodia is now speaking out publicly against anti-gay discrimination, speaking on TV to his countrymen not to foster anti-gay bias.  Cambodia, like its neighbor Thailand, is known for being tolerant, but LGBT Cambodians are starting to request the same rights and freedoms as their straight countrymen, and it seems the government is starting to listen.  The late king of Cambodia, Norodom Sihanouk, who passed away in October of this year, was known for his liberal ideals.  In 2004 he stated:  "As a liberal democracy, Cambodia should allow marriage between a man and man, or between woman and woman.  It is not their fault that God makes them the way they are."

FRANCE:  Draft legislation has been formally presented by the government of social democratic President Francois Hollande, and it will be voted on in the National Assembly in Paris in early 2013.  Vive la France!

SCOTLAND:  A draft Marriage Equality Bill has been formally published by the Scottish government as of December 12th.  Public consultation will proceed through March of 2013, after which time a bill can be presented to parliament for a vote.  As part of the UK, Scotland already has Civil Partnerships.  The proposed law, however, will bring full marriage equality for straight and gay couples alike, including giving religious and other belief communities the right to conduct same-sex weddings if they so choose.  We're cheering you on, Scotland!

THAILAND:  Finally!  The Thai government is drafting a same-sex Civil Partnership Bill.  The committee has already begun meeting, and the process should reportedly take six weeks.  Sure it's just drafting, but it's long overdue for Thailand.  After the drafting is complete it will be sent to legal experts to be ironed out further, and then presented to parliament for consideration.  I can't believe it's taken tolerant Thailand so long to get this ball rolling, but kudos to them for finally getting on with it!



          Interesting News Bites from Asia   

TAIWAN:  TAPCPR, the Taiwan Alliance to Promote Civil Partnership Rights, has announced that it will deliver a same-sex partnership bill to the Legislative Yuan (the Taiwanese legislature) in July of 2012.  TAPCPR has been advocating for a change in the current civil law since 2009.  Its bill will be three-pronged, covering a partnership system, legalization of same-sex marriage, and modernization of the current family code.

A same-sex marriage bill has been proposed before in Taiwan, but it met a major hurdle.  This because, according to Taiwanese law, family members of one spouse are automatically bound by law to become relatives of the other spouse's family.  The subsequent conflict over the implementation of family inheritance laws has effectively stalled that bill since 2003.
The new partnership bill, however, focuses solely on the union of two people, specifically removing the couple's families from the equation.

We'll hope for the best for the future of the bill!

...but making women cover their faces is perfectly all right...
MALAYSIA:  On a more disgusting note, Mashitah Ibrahim, a Deputy Minister of Malaysia, assured the Malaysian Senate that being LGBT is against Islam and, because Islam is the official religion of the country, being LGBT is also against the Malaysian constitution.

When asked by a senator if it was right for the government to respond to LGBT issues using religious doctrine, Ibrahim replied that the LGBT community is not protected by the constitution.  "Article 8 of the Federal Constitution says there must be no discrimination of citizens in terms of religion or sex. 'Sex' has never been interpreted to mean sexual orientation; it has always been interpreted to mean either male or female, and they are [the only ones] protected by the constitution."

Malaysian human rights groups fired back, however, saying that Malaysia risks being the laughing stock of the world if it continues to hold on to such outdated concepts.

This follows this week's message from Malaysian deputy education minister Mohd Zarkashi, telling parents to look out for the signs of "LGBT tendencies" in youth.  He said parents must "prevent youngsters from experimenting and making a choice of this unnatural practice as a lifestyle later on."

I say we should airdrop a few million updated human sexuality science textbooks across Malaysia so the people can get some real education, rather than knuckle-dragging religious gobbledygook.  On second thought, the morality police would probably just round up all the books and burn them.

Ahhh the beauty of religion.  That's quite a "democracy" you've got there, Malaysia.

Ho Chi Minh City
VIETNAM:  This one threw me for a loop because it kinda came out of the blue.  The Vietnamese Ministry of Justice has directed relevant agencies in the country, including the country's top law school and the Vietnamese Supreme Court, to gather opinions about amending the Family Law in order to potentially allow same-sex marriages.

The Ministry has already held meetings in Ha Noi and Ho Chi Minh City to discuss the provisions that will need to be amended in the law if they decide to move forward with it.  The issue is scheduled to be discussed in the National Assembly in 2013.

There's no guarantee a bill will be presented, or that if one is presented it won't get stuck in committee for ten years, but Go Vietnam!  This is progress!

THAILAND:  I have been unable to find any relevant updates concerning the same-sex marriage draft bill that was supposedly submitted to Thai Parliament in late 2011.

For some reason (this is just my observation here), it seems that whenever same-sex partnership legislation is submitted in any Asian country, it takes ages to move.  Taiwan's had a proposal since 2003...the legislation hasn't moved forward.  Nepal's Supreme Court ordered recognition of same-sex marriage there in 2008...no legislation has moved forward.  Cambodia's king announced in 2004 that he supports legislation to legalize same-sex marriage there...nothing has moved forward since then.

Do the legislatures of Asian countries typically move so slowly on everything?  In Europe we can see bills drafted, submitted, debated, then voted into law all within a four or five month span.  Asia come on, let's get the ball rolling already!

(If you do happen to know the status of the Thai same-sex marriage bill, please feel free to give an update in the comment field below.  Thanks!)



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          7/2/2017: FRONT PAGE: Thousands of migrant workers head home   
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When it opened, it was hailed as a utopian residential complex for artists, dancers and actors. These days rats scurry through its debris, but to some it is still home.
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          Electoral reforms: Lessons from Indonesia and South Africa   
Electoral reforms: Lessons from Indonesia and South Africa

The Constitutional Assembly in the Parliament of Sri Lanka hosted Dikgang Moseneke, the former Deputy Chief Justice of South Africa and an architect of the South African Constitution, to deliver a lecture on ‘Reaching a consensus on the Constitution: The South African Experience’

 

In his introduction, our Prime Minister, Ranil Wickremesinghe, briefed the gathering about the progress at the Constitutional Assembly. Modalities of devolution are mostly agreed upon he said, but issues about the nature of the executive, centre-periphery relations and electoral reforms are yet to be ironed out. He further said that the present constitutional reform process is very different from the ones in 1972 or 1978 because this Assembly will not be debating a cut and dried document, but a document with options from which to choose for some of the key issues.

It would not be an exaggeration to say that the nature of the electoral systems to be adopted by the three levels of government is a key determinant of the other two key issues – i.e. the nature of the presidency and centre-periphery relations. In fact, the executive presidency, the current proportional representation system of elections and the centre-periphery power relations currently exercised through a governor appointed by the President are interdependent components of the present constitution and those should not been dismantled heedlessly.

Proportional Representation and Executive Presidency are linked for a reason
PR systems do not typically allow majority governments. The only time Sri Lanka had a governing party with a majority in Parliament was in 1988 and 2005, both being special circumstances. The Parliamentary election of 1988 was held during terrorism in the south led by the JVP. The Parliamentary election of 2015 was held during the euphoria that followed the defeat of terrorism led by the LTTE. In all other elections since the PR system was introduced in 1978, governments secured less than the 113 seats required for a majority in the Parliament.

The provision for awarding a bonus seat for the winning party in each of the 22 districts is in place to give an edge to a party which is close to getting a majority in Parliament, but in practice, the bonus seats have been distributed between the two major parties and a regional Tamil party, making the bonus an ineffective policy instrument.

The Executive Presidency has provided stability to governments in the past, but its excessive powers has led to abuse of that power. Powers of the President have been curtailed through the 19th Amendment to the Constitution but a total abolition is also on the table.

Idealists are looking to Germany for inspiration
Idealists want us to borrow ideas wholesale from Germany or New Zealand and argue for the wholesale adoption of those methods without considering the cultural or historical differences between our countries. In that regard it is heartening to see that the government has reached out to South Africa for good practices.

Another country to which we should pay attention is Indonesia, I believe. That country and Cambodia along with Sri Lanka are other three countries in Asia with a PR system of elections. Indonesia and Sri Lanka elect an executive president by popular vote and Cambodia has a monarchy (Table 1).

Bhutan and countries with British Commonwealth heritage (i.e. Bangladesh, India, Maldives, Malaysia, Pakistan and Singapore) continue to follow the FPP method while countries in East Asia have adopted “Mixed-Member Parallel” systems. However the PR component in such systems is nominal at ~20% in some cases. Nepal recently adopted a method where 55% of the seats are awarded on a PR basis and the other 45% returned by FPP contests at constituencies.


Indonesia – An example closer to home
The author’s inquiry to IFES Chief of Party for Indonesia and Sri Lanka at the International Foundation for Electoral Systems elicited the following response regarding the electoral system in Indonesia:

“Thank you for your email to David Ennis and Beverly Hagerdon, IFES’ Chiefs of Party for Indonesia and Sri Lanka, regarding information on electoral system reform in Asia. 1

As you might know, Indonesia switched to an open list system (with districts of roughly the same size as Sri Lanka) with the expectation that it would foster greater control by voters. However, for various reasons, the open list system seems to have contributed to vote buying and a weakening of party discipline. The Indonesian parliament is currently debating alternatives to the open list system, but has not yet adopted changes. One of the key issues it is debating is the size of electoral districts. Indonesia has both national and regional parliaments and the national parliament has already been reduced from 3-12 to 3-10 seats per district, but regional parliaments still have 3-12 seats per district. A proposal is being considered to reduce the size from 3-10 to 3-8 seats per district for national parliament. The range is obtained through an empirical study based on the representation of the political diversity of Indonesia.”

As can be seen, Indonesia, a neighbouring country, too is struggling to replace the PR with open lists or PR with preferential voting as we call it in Sri Lanka.

According to the election guide of IFES, in the House of Representatives (DPR or Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat) in Indonesia, 560 members are elected by open list proportional representation in 77 multi-member constituencies to serve five-year terms. Parties must receive at least 3.5% of the vote to win seats in the DPR. Each voter receives one DPR ballot listing all political parties and candidates running in their electoral district. The voter then punches one or two holes to vote for one candidate or one political party or both. Parties must clear a threshold of 3.5% nationwide, increased in 2012 from 2.5%. Each party list must include at least 33% female candidates.

Interestingly, the electoral system used for regional councils is the same PR-open lists but the local councils seem to elect members on a FPP basis.

Electoral system in South Africa
In South African elections the political parties reign supreme. Voters have one vote each at the elections to the National Assembly. Seats are allocated in 10 multi-member constituencies via party lists. One constituency is a national or ‘at large’ constituency and nine others represent each of the nine provinces.

If Sri Lanka used a similar system, voters in each province in Sri Lanka will be presented with a closed list of candidates from each political party contesting in the province and the all the voter has to do is to vote for a party. For example if three parties contest in a province and the seats are distributed proportionately as. say, 35, 30 and 3, among the three parties, the highest ranked such number of candidates from each party list are returned as MPs. Presently under discussion is such closed list system but for constituencies returning three to five MPs such that the MPs are closer to the voters.

Of the 400 members of the National Assembly in South Africa, half are selected from national lists and the remaining half are selected from regional lists. The regional elections too are held according to a ‘PR-closed list’ method, but local council elections are held according to an MMP system.

Electoral systems vary widely across level of government
As we can see, electoral systems vary across countries and within countries they vary across different levels of government, In Germany national and provincial elections are conducted under MMP systems but local elections under the PR-closed-list method.

Implications for Sri Lanka
It is unfortunate that our Parliament has been discussing electoral systems since 2003 without seeking adequate outside expertise. Electoral reforms considerations in Sri Lanka are driven by formulas and ways of optimising formulas without a deep understanding of the concepts behind those numbers or good practices across the world.

Currently we have legal provisions for an MM-Parallel system enacted for local councils and the old PR system is still in play for Provincial Councils and Parliament. An MMP system for the Parliament is on the agenda, but the document put forward by the steering committee is just another set of numbers without an in-depth analysis situating such numbers in a larger electoral reforms framework.

To my knowledge only a Norwegian consultant secured by the Center for Policy Analysis was invited to make presentations to the committee. He advocated an MMP system having already decided it is the best method for Sri Lanka. I too have been discussing MMP method as an option since January 2015, but our Parliament and the public deserve the services of a technical committee bringing wider range of experiences and outlooks.

Following up on the visit by Moseneke of South Africa, the Constitutional Assembly should convene a team of technical experts with international experience to present to Parliament the options for electoral reforms not just for Parliament but for all three levels of government. Such reforms should take into consideration the issues that are already on the agenda for the devolution of power and the nature of the executive presidency. Such a team could include experts from Indonesia and South Africa, the consultant from Norway who has already done much work and personnel from the International Foundation for Electoral Systems, for example.
Better late than never.

Dr.Sujatha Gamage

http://www.ft.lk


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Where Will China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ Initiative Lead?




As advertised by Beijing, the “One Belt, One Road” (OBOR) initiative, China’s grand scheme for knitting a network of roads, ports, railways and other links from East China through Southeast and South and Central Asia all the way to Europe exceeds both in scope and ambition the Marshall Plan used to rebuild Europe after World War II.

The “belt” of land-based links is paired with a 21st century “Maritime Silk Road” stretching from Australia to Zanzibar. Chinese President Xi Jinping launched the OBOR initiative in 2013, two years after then-U.S. President Barack Obama initiated the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trading bloc across the Pacific region. Now that Obama successor Donald Trump has carried out his pledge to withdraw from the TPP, the expectations are that Chinese-backed strategies like the OBOR will gain momentum. China experts say that this is a positive development, but there is skepticism over whether Beijing will follow through with the gargantuan amount of funding needed, whether big debt-financed projects bankrolled by China will benefit the recipient countries, and whether those projects will actually make sense in the long run.

For many countries in the region, China is by far the biggest source of financing: Beijing’s Export and Import Bank of China alone lent $80 billion in 2015, compared with more than $27 billion from the Asian Development Bank. Chinese involvement in building railways, ports, roads, dams and industrial corridors is helping to expand its economic and geopolitical sway across Asia, the Middle East, Europe and Africa.

China experts and economists say that the initiative makes sense and that it will accelerate as the U.S. turns more insular under Trump. “It is unfortunate that many U.S. diplomats and members of the previous administration worked for nearly a decade to push toward the TPP and now it is torn apart,” says Louis Kuijs, head of Asia Economics at Oxford Economics in Hong Kong. The U.S. is turning its back on the rest of the world at a time when the world needs an open and engaged America, he says. “It is very likely and understandable that China … will try to fill those gaps with this initiative, and that is very logical — it’s something the U.S. will later deeply regret,” Kuijs says.

The OBOR effort has not gotten the degree of attention it deserves, says Pieter Bottelier, visiting scholar of China Studies at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies in Washington. “I am concerned that its significance is underrated in the U.S. and in the West in general. It is a very positive initiative and a major vision of how China can collaborate with countries in its neighborhood, Europe, Latin America and Africa in a way that is in the long-term interest of China and [the global economy],” Bottelier says.

The geopolitical aspects of the OBOR initiative could eventually draw attention from the Trump administration, given its strong stance on national security. “It is an economic initiative, but along the way China will expand its military bases and so forth,” says Wharton emeritus professor Franklin Allen, who also is a professor of finance and economics at Imperial College London. “On the sea routes they will develop their military capability and on the land routes, too.”

From Kuijs’ point of view, Beijing views the OBOR initiative as a strategy needed to support its growing economic might. “Many outsiders are skeptical and do not know exactly what it is, but it is taken very, very seriously by the Chinese government and we should take this very seriously,” he says. “The Chinese government is thinking, ‘We are the second-biggest economy in the world, and it may take 10 years or 20 years but we will be the world’s biggest economy at some point.’”

While it is sweeping in scope like the stalled TPP, which aims to create a trading bloc around the Pacific Rim, the “One Belt, One Road” plan is not a free trade agreement. It’s more of a blueprint for integrating China’s trading partners by developing their infrastructure — ports, roads, airports and railways — in a way that complements Beijing’s own interests. Infrastructure-led development worked well for China, in Beijing’s view, and now it wants to expand that approach internationally, Kuijs says.

The “One Belt” refers to a “Silk Road Economic Belt” from China through Central Asia to Europe. The “One Road” refers to Beijing’s concept of a “21st century Maritime Silk Road” to connect China to Europe via the South China Sea and Indian Ocean. The initiative involves developing six economic “corridors”: a China-Mongolia-Russia corridor; a new Eurasian “Land Bridge”; a corridor from China to Central Asia and Western Asia; a China-Indochina peninsula corridor; and, a China-Pakistan economic corridor; and 6. a Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar economic corridor.

Chinese President Xi Jinping said in his speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland in January that more than 100 countries and international organizations have given warm responses and support to the initiative and that more than 40 countries and international organizations have signed cooperation agreements. So far, Chinese companies have made more than $50 billion of OBOR-related investments and launched a number of major projects in the countries along the route, he added. At least 65 countries are included in the OBOR initiative.

Unanswered Questions

While the grand vision is laudable, there are many unanswered questions: How would it be done? And what would be the project, environmental and engineering standards implemented under this umbrella?

“There would be serious doubts over protection of minority populations and environmental concerns,” Bottelier says. As for the scale of OBOR, there’s no consensus over how many projects it would involve at what cost and in what time frame. “It is pretty obvious that there is no limit to the amount of infrastructure that is needed in those countries.”

The Asian Development Bank says infrastructure development in Asia and the Pacific will exceed $22.6 trillion through 2030, or $1.5 trillion per year. In a recent report, “Meeting Asia’s Infrastructure Needs” issued in February, the estimate rises to more than $26 trillion, or $1.7 trillion a year when costs for climate change adaptation and mitigation are included. “This is a grand vision, and it may take a decade, but there is no rush. You cannot really put any number on the total investment,” says Rajiv Biswas, Singapore-based Asia-Pacific chief economist at IHS Markit.

The China-led Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank, or AIIB, is seen as a linchpin for OBOR financing. So far, however, it has provided only $1.73 billion to support infrastructure projects in seven countries, including Pakistan, Bangladesh, Tajikistan, Indonesia, Myanmar, Azerbaijan and Oman since it was launched in January 2016.

Noriyoshi Ehara, chief economist at the Tokyo-based Institute for International Trade and Investment, says the financial infrastructure for OBOR is gradually taking shape. Apart from AIIB, China also has a $40 billion Silk Road Fund and a New Development Bank to fund the OBOR initiative. “There has been good progress in getting these frameworks in place,” Ehara says. Ultimately, he adds, Beijing may not limit OBOR to infrastructure but may make it the foundation for regional and bilateral free trade areas (FTAs). “We are not sure if China will succeed, but the world is changing, and more and more countries are joining this initiative,” he says. With the TPP in trouble, OBOR is getting more attention.

China’s Deep Pockets

Already, more than $900 billion in projects are planned or underway, Fitch Ratings noted in a report titled “China’s One Belt and One Road Initiative Brings Risks.” It says most funding will likely come from China’s policy banks, the Export and Import Bank of China, China Development Bank and its largest commercial banks. “We estimate that outstanding loans from Chinese banks total $1.2 trillion, and a large portion of that has financed infrastructure projects involving Chinese state-owned enterprises,” the report says. China also has other major financial resources such as its sovereign wealth fund and foreign exchange reserves.

One project that got a head start was construction of a railway link from the port of Piraeus in Greece to Eastern Europe. Piraeus is a gateway to Europe for Chinese products, and major Chinese companies have been using the port to enter the European market. China, through its China Ocean Shipping Company, bought a 67% stake in the port’s Pier I from the Piraeus Port Authority SA in January 2016.

The European Union (EU) is welcoming OBOR, but cautiously. “China basically owns Piraeus Port close to Athens and this railroad is meant to link all the way up to Budapest in Hungary, which also is an EU member,” notes Kuijs. “The EU is now looking at this project, which clearly is projecting China all the way into Europe, to see to what extent it is compatible with EU rules and principles.”

Apart from questions over whether Chinese-led projects might conform with global standards on such issues as environmental protection and labor rights, some economists question if a massive, policy-led OBOR push on infrastructure development will turn out to be economically sound. “Let’s see what kinds of projects they are getting in the next couple of years and what kinds of returns they are getting,” Biswas says. “Because in the end, if they are not delivering on the returns, then the banks that are lending will eventually say we need to be careful and we cannot keep doing this without any returns because it has to be commercially viable.”

A flood of lending to smaller countries lacking strong foreign exchange reserves might not be able to repay the loans if projects fail to generate revenue as expected. Fitch warns in its report on OBOR that some of the loans are large enough to have an impact on borrowing countries’ public finances, if debt-servicing from project proceeds becomes a problem.

That problem already is surfacing in Sri Lanka, where China signed a deal in late 2016 to further develop the strategic port of Hambantota and build a huge industrial zone nearby. China has spent almost $2 billion so far on Hambantota and a new airport. But hundreds of Sri Lankans clashed with police at the opening of construction in January of the industrial zone in the south, saying they would not be moved from their land. It was the first time opposition to Chinese investments in Sri Lanka turned violent. Newly elected Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena had said the new port deal with China was unfair in his campaign, but after taking office approved an agreement to lease an 80% stake in the port to the China Merchants Holdings for 99 years in exchange for $1.1 billion in debt relief.

Concerns over the ability of smaller developing countries to protect their own interests underscore the need for involvement of Western countries, especially from the EU, since Japan and the U.S. have continued to shun the AIIB. “You have weaker institutional capacity and weaker governments like in Cambodia and Central European countries. They may be persuaded by Beijing to take on large debt to finance projects. They and other developing countries in the past ended up with large debts incurred to finance dubious projects that do not help their economies. That is the risk for countries that do not have the capacity to independently make cost-benefit analyses,” Kuijs says.

While there’s nothing wrong with investing more in poor countries, and in increasing economic interactions between poor countries and China and the rest of the world, “it would be beneficial for Western countries to take this initiative very seriously and to become its counterparts in this rather than having China sort it by itself,” he says.

Of course, that begs the question of whether China would welcome their involvement. “This is China’s initiative, but this is not the AIIB. They want the rest of Asia to be part of it, but more on a bilateral level,” says Biswas. China’s vision is of a partnership with other developing countries in Asia. “Having Europe be part of it is a different story,” he says. “One Belt, One Road is relevant for Europe since China wants to link its rail to Europe. So, China wants Europe to be part of [OBOR], but not as a key driver,” Biswas added.

China’s Slowdown Is a Catalyst

One of the main factors driving the OBOR effort is the slowdown in China’s own economy. The Communist Party is striving to transition away from growth led by investment and exports to development led by domestic consumer demand and services, and to keep growth at more sustainable levels than in the past. The government set a growth target of 6.5% in 2017 at the National People’s Congress in March, down from a 2016 target of 6.5% to 7%. In a sense, China is seeking to export the investment-led part of its economy, to help its own overbuilt heavy industries and provinces.

But Kuijs doubts OBOR projects will do much to help China with its huge overcapacity problems in many industries, especially steel, glass and cement. Compared to the size of China’s steel industry or other industries, it would take a very long time for demand from the projects to be big enough to make a difference, he says. “Many of the projects are far away from China, and some types of steel are worth transporting but not all kinds of steel. It would not help reduce excess capacity of cement because it is not economically viable to transport cement over such long distances,” Kuijs says. Bottelier, also, sees overcapacity as only a marginal factor in the OBOR plan.

Looking back at how far China has come since it launched its market-oriented reforms and opened its economy, there’s reason to hope the OBOR strategy will have a significant impact over time, Allen says. “It is quite likely that China will succeed in this initiative, though it may take a half-century.”
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          The DOs and DON’Ts of a Lao sleeper bus   
We had already been traveling for 2 full days to get from Siem Reap, Cambodia to our eventual first stop in Laos. Along the way, we had taken a 10-hour bus ride and gotten stuck at the Cambodia-Laos border crossing … Continue reading
          Reflecting on Cambodia   
If you’ve read our previous dispatches from Cambodia, you might get the impression that we found it mostly a trying place, where the appreciation we found for the places we visited was skewed by sympathy for the events that took … Continue reading
          Floating – errr, pushing – our way down the Tonle Sap River   
From the village of Battambang, there are two ways to get to Siem Reap, our next destination in Cambodia: take a cheap 4-hour bus ride along paved highway or take an 8 hour trip on an uncomfortable boat that is … Continue reading
          Battambing Battambang! A recap of our short stay   
When we were trying to figure out where to go after Phnom Pehn, Cambodia, we considered the beaches of the south, and the mountains of the east. But we’d been lucky enough to already see some spectacular beaches, and we … Continue reading
          Haircuts around the world: Cambodia edition   
In keeping up with the “haircuts around the world” series, Scott recently received his second of the trip! This time, the setting was street-side in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, where young men set up barber chairs and vanity desks underneath umbrellas, … Continue reading
          Cambodia under my skin   
(Just a warning: this is a very real account of some of the things we have seen in Cambodia; this could be depressing to some.) It’s the dry season in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, and a persistent red dust stings my … Continue reading
          White Guy Driver Pissed At Mom & Daughter On Bike Calls Mom A “Cambodian N***er” [Video]   
An inpatient jackazz went over the edge when a little girl on her bike was in his way. The angry white man started cursing at the mother who in turncursed him back. After she called him a white pr**k, he
           Điều 88 BLHS của Việt Nam “vô địch” Đông Nam Á về án tù   
TRẦN LONG VI

Ảnh: CHANGE.

Hôm qua, blogger Mẹ Nấm (Nguyễn Ngọc Như Quỳnh) bị tuyên phạt 10 năm tù theo Điều 88 Bộ luật Hình sự, một điều luật “vô địch” ở Đông Nam Á về mức hình phạt dành cho tội phỉ báng.

Điều 88 phạt tù tối đa lên đến 20 năm đối với những ai “tuyên truyền chống nhà nước”, bao gồm các hành vi phỉ báng chính quyền, phao tin bịa đặt gây hoang mang trong nhân dân, lưu giữ và lan truyền các tài liệu chống nhà nước.

Với hình phạt 20 năm tù giam, Điều 88 đang là điều luật phạt tội phỉ báng nặng nhất Đông Nam Á. BLHS sửa đổi năm 2015 không thay đổi mức hình phạt này.

Ở Đông Nam Á, chỉ có nhà nước Việt Nam và Lào buộc tội công dân phỉ báng chính quyền. Tuy nhiên, hình phạt cho tội phỉ báng chính quyền ở Lào thấp hơn Việt Nam bốn lần: tối đa 05 năm tù giam và phạt tiền.

Riêng Thái Lan phạt tù lên đến 15 năm đối những ai phỉ báng, nhục mạ, đe dọa đến vua, hoàng hậu, người thừa kế hay nhiếp chính vương, nhưng phải có người nộp đơn tố cáo.

Theo báo Công an Nhân dân, từ năm 2005 đến tháng 11/2015, cơ quan An ninh điều tra đã điều tra và khởi tố 155 bị can theo Điều 88 BLHS.

Theo thông tin từ báo chí, từ năm ngoái đến nay, cơ quan An Ninh điều tra đã bắt 05 người theo Điều 88 BLHS, blogger Mẹ Nấm là người bị xét xử đầu tiên.

Ba nước phạt tội phỉ báng nhẹ nhất

Cambodia là nước duy nhất không hình sự hóa tội phỉ báng ở Đông Nam Á.

Hiện nay, tội phỉ báng ở Cambodia chỉ bị phạt tiền từ 25 đô la đến 2.500 đô la và bồi thường thiệt hại. Tuy nhiên, hành vi phỉ báng lại được mở rộng ra, khiến ai cũng có thể bị kiện.

Điều luật trước đó quy định một hành vi được coi là phỉ báng phải “thực sự tổn hại” đến danh dự, nhân phẩm của cá nhân, trong khi điều luật mới chỉ cần “có khả năng” xảy ra thì đã bị coi là phỉ báng người khác.

Mặt khác, mức phạt tiền trên vượt quá khả năng chi trả của nhiều người, khi mức bình quân thu nhập đầu người ở Cambodia là 100 đô la mỗi tháng. Nếu không trả được tiền phạt, người phạm tội phải ngồi tù nhiều nhất là sáu tháng.

Đầu năm nay, lãnh đạo đảng đối lập Sam Rainsy bị Thủ tướng Hunsen kiện đòi bồi thườngmột triệu đô la vì cáo buộc ông Hunsen hối lộ để phá hoại các hoạt động của đảng đối lập. Đến nay, Sam Rainsy vẫn đang lưu vong ở nước ngoài.

Tội phỉ báng ở SingaporeMalaysia có cùng mức hình phạt tối đa là hai năm tù giam hoặc phạt tiền, hoặc cả hai. Ngoài ra, việc xuất bản các tin tức sai sự thật (false news) ở Maylaysia sẽ bị phạt tù không quá ba năm hoặc bị phạt tiền, hoặc cả hai.

Tội phỉ báng ở Myanmar và các nước khác

Một điều luật nổi tiếng ở Myanmar gần đây được sử dụng tùy tiện để bỏ tù các nhà báo là Điều 66 (d) Đạo luật Viễn thông (Telecommunication Law). Điều luật này phạt tù đến ba năm hoặc phạt tiền đối với những ai sử dụng mạng viễn thông để phỉ báng, gây phiền phức đến người khác.

Đa số người bị buộc tội là các nhà báo, nghệ sĩ, quan chức có những bài viết, tranh ảnh làm phật lòng giới quân sự. Giới truyền thông của Myanmar đang lo ngại vì các nhà báo bị bắt ngày càng nhiều, tự do ngôn luận đang bị bóp nghẹt dưới thời chính quyền của bà Ang San Suu Kyi.

Indonesia đang áp dụng sáu điều luật về tội phỉ báng cá nhân và tôn giáo, thường được các quan chức sử dụng để hạn chế tự do ngôn luận.

Theo Bộ luật Hình sự Indonesia, hình phạt nặng nhất cho tội vu khống là bốn năm tù giam; nhẹ nhất là một tháng-hai tuần tù giam khi phỉ báng bằng hình ảnh, chữ viết trong các cuộc biểu tình. Riêng hành vi sỉ nhục, phỉ báng trên Internet bị phạt tù không quá sáu năm hoặc phạt đến hơn 100.000 đô la, hoặc cả hai.

Năm 2009, một quan chức sở giáo dục đã kiện một nhóm sinh viên ra tòa sau khi nhóm này biểu tình lên án ông tham nhũng.

Tháng 5/2017, thị trưởng Jarkata, một người theo đạo Công giáo, ông Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, bị tuyên phạt hai năm tù vì tội báng bổ tôn giáo sau khi diễn đạt sai lệch kinh Koran.

Ở Philippines, tội phỉ báng bằng lời nói bị phạt tù tối đa là sáu tháng-một ngày; tội phỉ báng bằng hình thức khác như viết, vẽ, phát thanh, sử dụng Internet bị phạt tối đa không quá bốn năm-hai tháng tù giam.

Vương quốc Brunei phạt tội phỉ báng không quá 05 năm tù giam và phạt tiền.

Tài liệu tham khảo:
The real price of Cambodia’s defamation charges (The Diplomat)
Thailand’s lese-majeste laws explained (BBC)
Các Bộ luật Hình sự của các nước đã đính kém trong bài viết.

Luật khoa tạp chí

          Raffles Hotel Singapore Honoured "Best Hotel in Asia" for Fifth Year   

Singapore -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/20/2012 -- Raffles Hotel Singapore celebrated her fifth year of being named Best Hotel in Asia in the ULTRA - Ultimate Luxury Travel Related Award, at the ceremony held at a luncheon in London, United Kingdom on 15 May 2012.

For over a century, countless travellers from all around the world have made Raffles Hotel their home away from home and this Singapore Hotel (http://www.raffles.com/singapore/) has delighted them with an unparalleled level of service excellence as a luxury Singapore hotel (http://www.raffles.com/singapore/suites-and-rooms/presidential-suites/) and many memorable experiences.

Mr Pierre Jochem, General Manager of Raffles Hotel and Regional Vice President of Operations Asia Pacific, Raffles Hotels & Resorts, said, "We are deeply honoured to be recognized as the Best Hotel in Asia for the fifth year. This is an acknowledgement of Raffles Hotel's pursuit of excellence, providing personalised service with passion, anticipating the needs of the guests and offering an oasis for the well travelled. We wish to thank the readers of Ultratravel magazine for voting for Raffles Hotel once again."

Organised by the Daily Telegraph's luxury travel magazine Ultratravel, the Ultratravel 100 award is the result of an extensive consumer-driven survey into the very best in modern luxury travel and consolidates readers' favourite travel partners worldwide including leading airlines, resorts, hotels and travel companies in 20 ultimate luxury travel categories.

With over 500,000 in circulation, Ultratravel, published by The Daily Telegraph, is an acclaimed luxury travel publication that is referred to by industry peers and consumers for inspiring travel ideas and sojourns.

To access high resolution, print-friendly photographs of Raffles Hotel, please visit our Private Digital Library: www.leonardo.com/raffles/

About Raffles Hotels & Resorts
Raffles Hotels & Resorts is an award-winning, luxury international hotel company with a history dating back to 1887 with the opening of Raffles Hotel, Singapore. The portfolio currently comprises nine luxurious properties, from secluded resorts to chic hotels in key locations around the world: in Singapore, Cambodia, China, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles and Paris. The company is embarking on a new phase of expansion, with openings in the Maldives, Indonesia, the Philippines, China and Turkey scheduled over the next two years.

With a compelling mix of cultures and styles, every hotel in the Raffles family has its own individual personality, with its own story to tell and its own sense of place. However, each one is proud to draw on the original Raffles tradition of delivering thoughtful, personal and discreet service to well-travelled guests.

Raffles Hotels & Resorts is owned by FRHI Holdings Ltd, a leading global hotel company with 98 hotels and resorts worldwide under the Raffles, Fairmont and Swissotel brands. The company also manages Fairmont and Raffles branded residences, estates and luxury private residence club properties. http://www.raffles.com

For more information on this press release visit: http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/release-146192.htm

Media Relations Contact

Beatrix Eder
Digital Marketing Manager
Raffles Hotel Singapore
Telephone: +65 6337 1886
Email: Click to Email Beatrix Eder
Web: http://www.raffles.com/singapore/


          White Guy Driver Pissed At Mom & Daughter On Bike Calls Mom A “Cambodian N***er” [Video]   
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          Crumbling and condemned, 'White Building' helped to preserve Cambodian culture   
When it opened, it was hailed as a utopian residential complex for artists, dancers and actors. These days rats scurry through its debris, but to some it is still home.
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          Comment on Hear a 4 Hour Playlist of Great Protest Songs: Bob Dylan, Nina Simone, Bob Marley, Public Enemy, Billy Bragg & More by Hemaworstje   
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          ‘F*cking Cambodian n*gger’: Watch a despicable Silicon Valley bro harass a cyclist and her 9-year-old daughter   

In a video clip posted to Facebook, a California woman filmed a run-in she had with a motorist while she was riding on her bike accompanied by her 9-year-old daughter, that ended with the man calling her a “f*cking Cambodian n*gger.”
According to Paula Nuguid she was on her bike in Sunnyvale – and was attempting to make a legal left turn — when the man began to lean on his horn and then called her a “b*tch.”


          Sa Kaeo police deports 250 Cambodians who lost jobs due to new law   

Immigration police in the border province of Sa Kaeo on Sunday detained and deported a group of 250 Cambodians whose employers terminated their work out of fear of heavy punishment from the newly implemented labour decree. The workers were found at the Aranyaprathet train station and detained after they could not present travel documents. Full...

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          Shocking Racism: Watch Silicon Valley Jerk Harass a Cyclist and Her 9-Year-Old Daughter    
Woman films encounter and tells dude she is posting to Facebook. "Awesome," he says.

In a video clip posted to Facebook, a California woman filmed a run-in she had with a motorist while she was riding on her bike accompanied by her 9-year-old daughter, that ended with the man calling her a “f*cking Cambodian n**ger.”

According to Paula Nuguid she was on her bike in Sunnyvale – and was attempting to make a legal left turn — when the man began to lean on his horn and then called her a “b*tch.”

“This happened to me today at 4:33pm as I was traveling south on Frances St in the downtown area of Sunnyvale, California, which is part of Silicon Valley. I was trying to make a legal left into a parking lot where Frances St and Olsen St intersect. His claim I made an illegal right is absurd. I was traveling east in the bike lane on Evelyn Ave and the light was green as I turned right,” she wrote.  “I was signaling left and waiting for oncoming traffic to pass when this man began incessantly honking at me, calling me a b*tch, and telling me to get out of his way. I was attempting to make a left the way the California DMV recommends .”

In the video Nuguid asked the man why he was honking at her and calling her a bitch while explaining to him that she was making a legal turn.

Rolling up to his window, she said, “How f*cking dare you, you entitled white prick?”

“Oh, shut the f*ck up,” he smirked.

Nuguid noted, “I can tell you’re not from California,” to which the man responded, “You f*cking Cambodian n*gger, get out of here.”

“Excuse me, this is going to be on Facebook,” Nuguid replied.

The man — sporting a big grin — sarcastically responded “Awesome,” over and over again before driving off.

Speaking with Raw Story, Nuguid said that this is not the first time that she has been racially harassed by a white man while riding on her bike – but that “Cambodian n**ger” was a new one to her.

She also explained that she and her daughter cried a bit after the encounter and that she has already had to talk with her children about the racism that they will encounter. She also pointed out that she was surprised at the vitriol some are already spewing at her online  — some of which she reposted (see below).

 

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          Crumbling and condemned, 'White Building' helped to preserve Cambodian culture   

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          Comment on White Genocide in USA by Jack Smith   
Getting Away With Genocide Twenty-five years after the overthrow of the Pol Pot regime, not one Khmer Rouge leader has stood in court to answer for their terrible crimes. Authors Tom Fawthrop and Helen Jarvis show how governments that often speak the language of human rights shielded the genocidal Cambodian monster Pol Pot and his lieutenants from prosecution during the 1980s. After communist Vietnam ousted the Khmer Rouge regime in 1979, the US and UK governments backed the Khmer Rouge at the UN, and approved the re-supply of Pol Pot's extermination army in Thailand. In the late 1990s, the “forgotten genocide” became the subject of serious UN inquiry for the first time. Finally, in 2003, the UN and the Cambodian government agreed to hold a trial in Phnom Penh conducted jointly by international jurists and Cambodian lawyers and judges. Tom Fawthrop and Helen Jarvis reveal why it took 18 years for the UN to recognize the mass murder and crimes against humanity that took place under the Killing Fields regime. The US and UK want to use the Genocide model employed by the Cambodian Khmer Rouge, in order to genocide the white majorities in both countries and usher in an afro-moslem caliphate world. The UN, financed by the USA against the wishes of the white majority, has colluded with the US since the 1970s in protecting the US/UK genocide secrets.
          Phnom Penh becomes Emirates’ latest gateway   

Dubai - MENA Herald: Emirates recently expanded its presence in Southeast Asia with the launch of a new daily linked service from Dubai to Phnom Penh (PHN) in Cambodia, via Yangon in Myanmar. This new service, operated with a Boeing 777 aircraft, broadens the airline’s network in Southeast Asia to 13 cities in eight countries [...]

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          The So-Called Antifa are Fascist Scum   
By Ray Starmann The Antifa, the ‘anti-fascist’ malevolent anarchists and protesters are anything but anti-fascist. The masked, ant-like, skinny jeaned, Taliban bearded violent arm of the Democratic Party would have found a home in Hitler’s Germany, Stalin’s Soviet Union, Honecker’s East Germany and Pol Pot’s Cambodia. The Antifa are funded by George Soros and have […]
          Celebrated historian Michael Vickery dies, 86   
Cambodia bid farewell to a giant of Southeast Asian scholarship on Thursday with the death of the American historian Michael Vickery in Battambang, where his funeral ends today. He was 86. Colleagues, friends and family remembered him for his fierce intel
          Thailand backs off law on migrants   
Facing a backlash from employers and observers alike, Thailand has backtracked on a new, heavily criticised law that imposes stricter punishments on irregular workers and their employers, though thousands of Cambodians are still being deported. At the end
          Music through the Dark : a Tale of Survival in Cambodia by Lafreniere, Bree   
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          Cambodia / Cambodia Trip ( 9 ) ( カンボジア旅行)   

Dinner's Show Restaurant " Amazon Angkor " in Siem Reap-Angkor,Cambodia./Cuisine Name:Cambodia meals./Taste:Common./Service:Self-service./Value:★★/Viste Date:2017.6.27.pm:19:00~/

 

 

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All over Boston—and across the country—Asian food is what's hot. Soba noodles and pork-belly buns are showing up in unexpected places: celebrated kitchens, hip watering holes, even your neighborhood supermarket. You'll be licking your chopsticks as we present the definitive list of the city's very best Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese, Korean, and Cambodian restaurants. We've consulted dumpling masters, broken down ramen and dim sum, and even mapped the Chinatown dining maze. Get ready to improve your fortunes.

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          Cambodian (Khmer) Interpreters - LanguageLine Solutions - Canada   
Ability to explain cultural concepts to avoid miscommunication, and to act as a cultural broker. Job....
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BOCORAN TOGEL CAMBODIA HARI SENIN 03 JULI 2017 BOCORAN TOGEL CAMBODIA HARI SENIN Adalah kumpulan Prediksi kamboja hari ini Dari Berbagai Sumber Yaitu Dari Master prediksi cambodia seperti: 8togel cambodia adalah prediksi dan syair cambodia Digabungkan Rumus jitu togel cambodia lainnya. Prediksi cambodia Senin Merupakan Gabungan Bocoran cambodia minggu dan prediksi cambodia. Sehingga Menghsilkan angka jitu cambodia dan rumus jitu togel […]

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          Sa Kaew police deports 250 Cambodians who lost jobs due to new law   
Immigration police in the border province of Sa Kaew on Sunday detained and deported a group of 250 Cambodians whose employers terminated their work out of fear of heavy punishment from the newly implemented labour decree.
          Cambodia Morning News For July 3   

Migrant Workers Face Thai Military Crackdown Thousands of Cambodians are flooding back from Thailand as its military government cracks down on migrant workers based on new foreign labor laws, escalating its enforcement from just using police officers to now enlisting the military, an official said on Sunday. — The Cambodia Daily (paywall) Proposed rice storage […]

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          Cambodia regulator wants transparency on additional charges   
(Telecompaper) Cambodia's telecom regulator has urged mobile operators to be more transparent on the fees they charge subscribers on opt-in services and to make...
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          7/2/2017: CRUISE NEWS: GET IN EARLY FOR ASIA   

In a preview of its South-East Asian river cruising itineraries for 2018-19, Scenic has launched early-booking deals for the Mekong River in Vietnam and Cambodia, and the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar. Deals on departures in late 2018 and early 2019...
          Comment on Review: Cambodia’s Bassaka Air (updated) by Lina   
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          Comment on Review: Cambodia’s Bassaka Air (updated) by Rick Freitas   
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          Re: Any actual Expats in retirement?   
Nectarineman wrote:It made me wonder "does anyone actually do this"?

I would love to hear from anyone on this site if they ever lived abroad after retirement for any length of time and how they felt about the experience?


It's a good experience for some and a terrible experience for others. I like it and don't expect to ever live in the US again. Others hate it. Some people love it at first but get tired of the "friction" of, for instance, not being able to read the laws or tax code written in a foreign language. Some people hate it at first but then move to a new neighborhood or pick up a new hobby and then love it. Some people love it but then start missing grandchildren/nieces/godchildren and reluctantly move back. Some people hate it but feel like they're now priced out of the housing market "back home" and feel stuck.

"Living abroad" in the UK or Australia or New Zealand is very different than "living abroad" in Thailand or Cambodia or Vietnam. Living abroad in Saigon, Vietnam, is different than living abroad in Da Nang, Vietnam. Living abroad in District 2, Saigon, Vietnam, is different than living abroad in District 5, Saigon, Vietnam.
          Comment on Evan Klinger Is Reckless With The Mouth (So A Dragging He Gets) by CambodianNukka   
That's if you believe her story. Heard his?
          Comment on Evan Klinger Is Reckless With The Mouth (So A Dragging He Gets) by CambodianNukka   
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          Thousands of migrant workers head home   

Several tens of thousands of Cambodian and Myanmar migrant workers have left Thailand from various border checkpoints in a bid to obtain proper document in their home towns before re-entering the country for work. In the Thai province of Sa Kaew, several thousand Cambodians sought to return home to apply for passports so that they could come back to work here legally as required by the new Thai foreign labour law.


          7/3/2017: FRONT PAGE: Celebrated historian remembered for bluntness, devotion to truth   

CAMBODIA bid farewell to a giant of S o u t h e a s t A s i a n s c h o l a r s h i p o n Thursday with the death of the American historian Michael Vickery in Battambang, where his funeral ends today. He was 86. Colleagues, friends and family...
          7/3/2017: FRONT PAGE: Thailand backs off law on migrants   
FACING a backlash from employers and observers alike, Thailand has backtracked on a new, heavily criticised law that imposes stricter punishments on irregular workers and their employers, though thousands of Cambodians are still being deported. At the...
          7/3/2017: NATIONAL: Police bust VoIP ring   

SEVENTY-THREE Chinese nationals were arrested on Saturday for allegedly running a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) scam out of Cambodia to swindle people living in China. At the request of Chinese authorities, and with the help of local immigration...
          7/3/2017: BUSINESS: Emirates boosts cargo capacity   

On the freight side of the business, we are not new to the Cambodian market. Historically, we have trucked cargo to gateways such as Bangkok and Ho Chi Minh City. We started building up the Cambodian market as an offline point, but in April 2016 we had...
          7/3/2017: ENTERTAINMENT: New book traces bokator’s historic roots   
AS CAMBODIA awaits Unesco’s verdict on Angkor-era bokator getting its due as a World Heritage tangible asset of humanity, a new book on the martial art was released three days ago to enhance its historic, cultural and social impact on the Kingdom’s way...
          Cambodian (Khmer) Interpreters - LanguageLine Solutions - Canada   
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          Team Leader/Senior Water Resources Management Specialist; Cambodia - Winrock International - Little Rock, AR   
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT USAID Sustainable Water Partnership (SWP) - Cambodia Pilot Project Effective with the release of this position announcement, Winrock
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          Junior Water Resources Management Specialist, Cambodia - Winrock International - Little Rock, AR   
POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT USAID Sustainable Water Partnership (SWP) - Cambodia Pilot Project Effective with the release of this position announcement, Winrock
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          Can Cambodian come to Australia under Working Holiday Visa?   

What is Working Holiday Visa?

Can Cambodian apply for this visa?

Here is the interview with Lawyer Meng Heang Tak of TAK & Associates



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          Cambodia Ministry of Interior is inspecting on “Situation Room”   

Interior Minister Sar Kheng announced on 30 June that the Ministry of Interior's specialized group had held a meeting to review the legal concerns related with the NGO's " Situation Room". Meng Phalla has more

 

 



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          Within 5 months Cambodia has got over US$4 billion property investment   

Minister of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction, Chea Sophara says that in the first five months of 2017, capital investment in Cambodia's construction and housing sector was worth more than US $ 4 billion, 20% growth compared to the ...

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          Cambodian government has launched Khmer Rouge Tribunal record cente   

The center upholding the legal document of the Khmer Rouge tribunal was built under funding from Japan, which costs over US$2 millions.

Meng Phalla has more...



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          Miss Cambodian Victorian Contest 2017   

Cambodian Association of Victoria Inc. is organizing Miss Cambodian Victorian Contest 2017 on Saturday, 9th of December 2017.

Please listen to the interview with You Horn Chea, Director of CAV for the details.

 



(សមាគមខ្មែរ​រដ្ឋ​វិចតូរីយ៉ា នឹង​រៀប​ចំ​ពិធី​ប្រឡង​បវរកញ្ញា​ខ្មែរ​វិចតូរីយ៉ា​ឆ្នាំ​២០១៧ នៅ​ថ្ងៃ​សៅរ៍​ទី​៩​ធ្នូ​ឆ្នាំ​២០១៧ ដោយ​ចាប់​ផ្តើម​ទទួល​ពាក្យ​ពី​ថ្ងៃនេះ​តទៅ។ សម្រាប់​លក្ខខណ្ឌ​ចូលប្រកួត និង​រង្វាន់​សម្រាប់​ជ័យលាភី សូមស្តាប់​បទសម្ភាសន៍​ជាមួយ​នឹង​លោក ជា យូហ៊ន ដែល​ជា​ប្រធាន​សមាគម​ដូច​តទៅ។  )
          LDP leader Khem Veasna is facing the defamation case against Cambodian people   

A Cambodian man names Soch Soeung has sue Khem Vesna, leader of League for Democracy Party for cursing and contempt Cambodian people.

Meng Phalla has more…

 



(ប្រជា​ពលរដ្ឋ​ម្នាក់ មានឈ្មោះ សុច សឿង ដែល​បាន​ដាក់​ពាក្យ​ប្ដឹង លោក ខឹម វាសនា ប្រធាន​គណបក្ស​សម្ព័ន្ធ​ដើម្បី​ប្រជាធិបតេយ្យ​(LDP) ពីបទជេរ​ប្រមាថ​ជា​សាធារណៈ​លើ​ប្រជា​ពល​រដ្ឋ​ខ្មែរ កាលពី​ព្រឹក​ថ្ងៃ​ទី២៣ មិថុនា បាន​ចូល​ខ្លួន​ទៅ​តុលាការ​ដោយ​គ្មាន​មេធាវី ឬ​នរណា​ផ្សេង​ទៀត​ដើម្បី​អម​ឡើយ។  )
          Khiev Samphan objects to being branded a murderer   

A former leader of the Cambodian Khmer Rouge, Khiev Samphan has denied the deaths of an estimated 1.7 million people in the 1970s was genocide instead blaming neighbouring Vietnam and its expansionist ambition for creating the accusation.

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(នៅក្នុង​សវនាការសាលាក្តី​ខ្មែរក្រហម កាលពី​ព្រឹក​ថ្ងៃទី​២៣ ខែមិថុនា ឆ្នាំ​២០១៧ លោក នួន​ជា អតីត​ប្រធានរដ្ឋសភា សម័យ​ខ្មែរក្រហម បាន​បដិសេធ មិន​ថ្លែង​អ្វី​ឡើយ​។ ក៏ប៉ុន្តែ​លោក ខៀវ សំផន អតីត​ប្រមុខរដ្ឋ​សម័យ​ខ្មែរក្រហម បាន​អង្គុយ​អាន​លិខិត ដែល​បាន​ព្រាងទុក នៅក្នុង​រង្វង់​ក្រចកសេះ ក្នុង​សវនាការ​របស់​តុលាការ​ខ្មែរក្រហម​។​  )

          NEC: 7 parties are getting councilor seats in Cambodia   

The draft results from NEC show that there are 7 political parties, who will have seats in the​new councillors across Cambodia.

Meng Phalla has more

 



(សេចក្តីព្រាង​របស់​គជប ស្តីពី​ លទ្ធផល​នៃ​ការបោះឆ្នោត​ជ្រើសរើស​ក្រុមប្រឹក្សាឃុំ​សង្កាត់ អាណត្តិ​ទី​៤ បាន​បង្ហាញ​ថា ការ​បោះ​ឆ្នោត​ឃុំ​សង្កាត់​កាលពី​ថ្ងៃ​ទី​៤​មិថុនា កន្លង​មក​ថ្មីៗ​នេះ មាន​គណបក្ស​ចំនួន ៧ ​ទទួល​បាន​អាសនៈ​ជាប់​ឆ្នោត​នៅ​ឃុំ​សង្កាត់​។ លោក ម៉េង ផល្លា រាយការណ៍​បន្ថែម។  )
          National Assembly has passed the proposed law on senator election   

Cambodian National Assembly has passed the draft law on senator election in the meeting on 20th June 2017.

Meng Phalla has more…

 



(សេចក្តីស្នើច្បាប់​ស្តីពី​ការបោះឆ្នោត​ជ្រើសតាំង​សមាជិក​ព្រឹទ្ធសភា ត្រូវបាន​រដ្ឋសភា​លើក​មក​ប្រជុំ​ពិភាក្សា និង​អនុម័ត​ក្នុង​កិច្ចប្រជុំ​ពេញ​អង្គ នា​ព្រឹក​ថ្ងៃទី​២០ ខែមិថុនា ឆ្នាំ​២០១៧​។ លោក ម៉េង ផល្លា រាយការណ៍​បន្ថែម។  )
          Comment on President Moon accepts foreigners’ complaints. Send yours TODAY! by Sagar Singh   
Dear President Moon Jae-In, First may i say that i know you are going to get so very many emails and letters from people from all over the world and i hope you do get to read everyone's views as it is so important that you and your country understand how strong we feel about the barbaric torture to dogs, cats and any other living animals. I am a 48 year old man, have always had many different pets, including dogs, cats, birds and rabbits. Growing up as a child me and my brother would feed the stray dogs and cats and we loved each and everyone of them as though they were my child because that's how i and millions of people see them as pets and not food. I live in the UK and here animals do get abused by a very small portion of people but i'd say around 95% of the population are animal lovers and would never abuse or torture animals. The level of torture i have seen in your country and in China, Vietnam, Indonesia, Bali, Thailand, Cambodia, Phillipines, Laos and Myanmar, i never knew existed until only 2 months ago. The videos and images i have seen of the torture of dogs and cats haunt me every single day and will stay will me for the rest of my life. I can't get what's going on to these beautiful innocent animals out of my head and am constantly worrying about all the other dogs and cats that will encounter the same fate. It makes me extremely sad and very angry. These dogs, cats and any other animal should never be tortured and instead should be taken care of and only shown love and happiness like the way we treat our children because that's what they are...THEY ARE OUR CHILDREN. I never knew people in the world could be so evil, cruel and heartless and with no compassion for fellow creatures. Iv'e seen dogs thrown into cast iron woks that are only half full with scorching hot water so that the dog suffers in agony for hours and then taken out of the wok and then skinned and this all goes on whilst the dog is still alive and can't even describe how much pain it must be in. Iv'e seen dogs being burnt alive, limbs cut of while they are alive, being clubbed with metal bars in the head whilst they are alive, seen dogs hanged and being skinned alive, i can go on and on and really will never understand these sick, sick people who are just cowards. Its also very sad and sickening to see all the onlookers laughing and enjoying the torture of these innocent animals. I have always respected South Korea and even trained in your martial arts - Tae Kwon Do but unless this barbaric torture of these dogs and cats stops, i so many others will lose all respect for your country and its people. Please as President of your country, show others around the world that you do have compassion and put an end to the torture now! Please, please i beg you to stop this and let the animals live there lives in peace and happiness because that's all we want for them and more importantly that's all they want. Thank you for listening and i pray you do the humane thing.
          Re: Any actual Expats in retirement?   
AlohaJoe wrote:"Living abroad" in the UK or Australia or New Zealand is very different than "living abroad" in Thailand or Cambodia or Vietnam. Living abroad in Saigon, Vietnam, is different than living abroad in Da Nang, Vietnam. Living abroad in District 2, Saigon, Vietnam, is different than living abroad in District 5, Saigon, Vietnam.


Ha, I just came back from 2 weeks in Thailand (Bangkok, Phuket) and Vietnam (Saigon and Da Nang). Thailand people are more friendly and tend to speak more English. Vietnam is even cheaper to live in than Thailand but the people are not as friendly and few speak english well.

I couldn't live in those countries though because the humidity almost killed me.
          Cambodia / Cambodia Trip ( 6 ) ( カンボジア旅行)   

Ankor Wat ( アンコール・ワット)in Siem Reap-Angkor,Kingdom of Cambodia./Exhibit the most unique religious architecture in the world and is the best -preserved temple in the 12th centry,this great temple is surrounded by a moat and exterior wall measuring 1300 meters ×1500 meters.The temple was dedicated to the Hindu God Vishnu......./Bas Relie Galleris:The reliefs sculpted eastern section of this southern gallery represent 37 Heavens and 32 Hells drived from Indian tradition;The Hels,on the Lower registers are pictured in greate detail the Heavens abobe...../Visit Date:2017.6.27.pm:15:00~/

 

 

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          Man Charged With Fraud in Ponzi Scheme Case   

A 41-year-old man was charged with fraud on Friday for his alleged involvement in Empire Big Capital (EBC), a defunct Hong Kong firm that authorities and victims allege was a Ponzi scheme, a court spokesman said.

The post Man Charged With Fraud in Ponzi Scheme Case appeared first on The Cambodia Daily.


          Reeling From Detention, Adhoc 5 Stay Defiant   

After 427 days behind bars, the Adhoc 5 have been enjoying their first weekend of liberty after being released from prison on bail on Thursday night. But their incarceration has left its mark, both physically and mentally, on the current and former human rights workers.

The post Reeling From Detention, Adhoc 5 Stay Defiant appeared first on The Cambodia Daily.


          Migrant Workers Face Thai Military Crackdown   

Thousands of Cambodians are flooding back from Thailand as its military government cracks down on migrant workers based on new foreign labor laws, escalating its enforcement from just using police officers to now enlisting the military, an official said on Sunday.

The post Migrant Workers Face Thai Military Crackdown appeared first on The Cambodia Daily.


          As Drug Arrests Rise, Government Weighs Treatment Shift   

Sothear has been using crystal methamphetamine and heroin for about 15 years but he was never arrested until recently, when he was sent to the Prey Speu detention center in Phnom Penh three times in the past month.

The post As Drug Arrests Rise, Government Weighs Treatment Shift appeared first on The Cambodia Daily.


          Chevron Could Disprove Defamation Charge, Rainsy Says   

A joint stipulation between the lawyers of former opposition leader Sam Rainsy and U.S. oil giant Chevron, filed in a U.S. court on Friday, cites “progress in narrowing...differences” and suggests that further negotiations could “obviate the need for further intervention by the court.”

The post Chevron Could Disprove Defamation Charge, Rainsy Says appeared first on The Cambodia Daily.


          Ministry Completes Initial Report on Election Monitor Group   

An Interior Ministry team has finished an initial report on the activities of ad-hoc election monitoring group the Situation Room and it is now set to be reviewed by Minister Sar Kheng, officials said on Sunday.

The post Ministry Completes Initial Report on Election Monitor Group appeared first on The Cambodia Daily.


          Australia Looks to Outlaw Tours to Orphanages in Cambodia   

Australians facilitating tours and volunteer programs at orphanages in foreign countries such as Cambodia may eventually face criminal charges if a recently opened inquiry in Australia results in legislation.

The post Australia Looks to Outlaw Tours to Orphanages in Cambodia appeared first on The Cambodia Daily.


          Canal-Side Community Must Be Addressed: New Governor   

Days after taking office as the new governor of Phnom Penh, Khuong Sreng visited Meanchey district’s canal-side community on Saturday to reinforce his commitment to renovating the defunct irrigation system and to passing out land titles for villagers.

The post Canal-Side Community Must Be Addressed: New Governor appeared first on The Cambodia Daily.


          Cache of Luxury-Grade Timber Seized in Kompong Thom Province   

Authorities in Kompong Thom province on Saturday arrested three people transporting luxury-grade timber across the province without a license and seized more than a dozen cubic meters of wood at a local warehouse, though they say they still don’t know who it belongs to.

The post Cache of Luxury-Grade Timber Seized in Kompong Thom Province appeared first on The Cambodia Daily.


          Tuk-Tuks Being Squeezed by Competition, Rise of Ride Apps   

Sim Dom has been plying his trade as a driver on the streets of Phnom Penh for more than 12 years, first with a motorbike and now with a tuk-tuk. Business used to be good but these days, the fruits of his labor are not so bountiful as before.

The post Tuk-Tuks Being Squeezed by Competition, Rise of Ride Apps appeared first on The Cambodia Daily.


          CNRP Members Summoned for Questioning in Takeo, Phnom Penh   

The Takeo Provincial Court has issued summons for six CNRP commune election candidates for questioning today related to a campaign confrontation in which a party member called a CPP supporter “stupid.”

The post CNRP Members Summoned for Questioning in Takeo, Phnom Penh appeared first on The Cambodia Daily.


          Removal of Stung Treng Bridge Delayed Again   

Authorities have again delayed demolishing a bridge spanning the Srepok River in Stung Treng province after putting plans on hold on Sunday to consult with the Mines and Energy Ministry.

The post Removal of Stung Treng Bridge Delayed Again appeared first on The Cambodia Daily.


          Southeast Asia Historian Dies in Battambang   

Noted historian and Southeast Asia researcher Michael Vickery died on Thursday in Battambang province of a heart attack, according to local police.

The post Southeast Asia Historian Dies in Battambang appeared first on The Cambodia Daily.


          73 Chinese Nationals Arrested for VoIP Scam   

More than 70 Chinese nationals were arrested in Phnom Penh and Kampot province in a series of raids after a monthlong investigation confirmed a tip that the group was operating a scam using Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), according to police.

The post 73 Chinese Nationals Arrested for VoIP Scam appeared first on The Cambodia Daily.


          Thirty-Six Chinese Men Arrested for Violence   

Police in Preah Sihanouk province on Sunday gave contrasting accounts about the arrests of 36 Chinese construction workers—and the later release of 33 of them—early on Saturday morning for alleged violence near Sihanoukville’s O’Chheuteal Beach.

The post Thirty-Six Chinese Men Arrested for Violence appeared first on The Cambodia Daily.


          busted   
boing boing and the New York Times both tell me that the Thai Police caught the swirly-faced, internationally hunted child molester who apparently abused boys in Vietnam and Cambodia, and taught English in Thailand. From the NYT article: “His was the latest highly publicized arrest of foreigners accused of abusing children in Southeast Asia. They […]
          Starbucks, Ban.do Create Second Limited-Edition Collection   
DRINK UP: Based on a successsful launch, Starbucks and Ban.do are going on the second round of their partnership. They are introducing another limited-edition collection of drinkware and accessories this summer in Asia-Pacific, consisting of seven pieces and two new prints — beach stripe and summer icons. The items hit stores Tuesday. The collection includes two double-walled travelers, two cold cups, a notebook, lunch bag, pencil pouch and keychain pouch. The collection is only available in select locations in Asia-Pacific, including Australia, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Cambodia, Taiwan and China. Prices vary depending on the country. Based on the first iteration, in Singapore, the 12-oz. double-walled mugs are $32.90, 16-oz. cold cups are $20.90 and the pencil pouch is $25.90. Since the Singapore dollar is strong, prices are more expensive than in Hong Kong or South Korea, a spokeswoman said. Ban.do is a Los Angeles-based lifestyle brand that creates everything from clothes to accessories, bags, stationery, gifts and tech. “The success of our first collaboration with Starbucks was everything we’d hoped for,” said Lana Hansen, chief operating officer of Ban.do. “The customer response reaffirmed that the desire to have fun in the summer is a global phenomenon, which is […]
          Comment on Tips for Best Sunrise Capture in Angkor Wat, Cambodia by Manjulika Pramod   
I am doing a #sunseries and therefore sunrise and sunset are always on my mind whenever I visit a new place. I am glad you have given the best tips for Cambodia. Angor wat is must do in Cambodia and I wouldn't want to miss the sunrise too.
          Comment on Tips for Best Sunrise Capture in Angkor Wat, Cambodia by jitaditya   
wow, that's a wonderful post. Never thought of a post about photography tips alone. The map and location related tips are very useful. Love the colour of the sky that you have managed to get.
          Comment on Guide: Cycling the Mae Hong Son Loop in Thailand by Tony Frusciante   
This is a great article about the ride, the roads, gear you used and how to get it done yourself. A great resource. I'm gonna leave Chiang Mai on this loop to Pai on Wednesday. Looking forward to continuing those ride flashbacks that I get from getting after it here 20 years ago. Last time I went to Laos from Pai. This time it's a build up for a CM to HCMC ride on starting August 1st. This article has guided me to change the gearing on my bike, be disciplined about what to pack, and how to time days out where lodging is available and things to do off the bike. Love it. Any input for a cross Thailand and Cambodia prep? Cheers.
          Thailand backtracks on labour law after migrant workers flee   
AFP

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Myanmar migrant worker sorting out fish for sale at a seafood market in Samut Sakhon province, Thailand. Photo: Rungroj Yongrit/EPA

Thailand's military government said it will delay enforcing new labour regulations after thousands of migrant workers fled home to neighbouring countries this week fearing arrest and heavy fines under the new decree.

The scramble is the latest chaos triggered by Thailand's efforts to regulate the millions of foreign workers who prop up its economy with jobs in factories, fishing boats and other low-paid work.

The junta has trumpeted a flurry of campaigns aimed at registering migrant workers and cracking down on illegal smuggling routes, but the efforts are often ad-hoc and short-lived.

As a result, much of the migrant work force remains undocumented and vulnerable to exploitation by traffickers and unscrupulous employers.

On Friday the junta said it would suspend parts of a new foreign labour law, which came into effect on June 23, for 120 days after the regulations sparked a panic among migrant workers and their employers.

"(During this window) there will be no arrests or crackdown on illegal workers except for those who violate human trafficking laws," Deputy Prime Minister WissanuKrea-ngam told reporters.

The reprieve comes after thousands of labourers fled home to neighbouring Myanmar and Cambodia fearing arrest and fines of up to $3,000 under the law which punishes migrant workers lacking valid work permits.

Employers can also be fined up to 800,000 baht ($24,000) for each undocumented worker they hire.

In Samut Sakhon, a seafood industry hub known as "Little Burma" for its concentration of Myanmar migrant workers, around 500 labourers have been returning home daily during the past week, said Suthasinee Kaewleklai from the Migrant Worker Rights Network (MWRN).

"These workers don't have any documents and have to return to Myanmar as they fear needing to pay a heavy fine," she told AFP.

The advocacy group also warned that traffickers frequently profit from such mass movements of migrants, with smugglers and border agents exacting fees from undocumented workers looking for a safe passage home.

A police chief in Myanmar's Karen state said around 6,000 migrant workers had returned home from Thailand since Thursday.

Meanwhile on the Cambodian border, the number of migrants streaming home has been increasing daily since the new law came to into effect, said Thai immigration officer Benjapol Robsawad.

Since Wednesday nearly 2,000 workers have crossed back to Cambodia through the Poipet checkpoint, he told AFP.

In 2014 some 250,000 Cambodians fled Thailand after fears that the newly-installed junta government would arrest and deport undocumented workers. They slowly trickled back in the following weeks.

© AFP


          For sale - queen live cd#3 nm rare orig silver factory pressed... - Auction   
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          Blood Road   
Blood Road follows the journey of ultra-endurance mountain bike athlete Rebecca Rusch and her Vietnamese riding partner, Huyen Nguyen, as they pedal 1,200 miles along the infamous Ho Chi Minh Trail through the dense jungles of Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia. Their goal: to reach the site where Rebecca’s father, a U.S. Air Force pilot, was shot down in Laos more than 40 years earlier.
          Dozens of Silicon Valley Women Come Forward to Speak to ‘Pervasive and Ingrained’ Sexual Harassment   
In a new report ten women name their harassers.

A new report from the New York Times details the experiences of more than two dozen women who have been sexually harassed while seeking venture capital investment for their tech startups in California’s Silicon Valley—and the report reveals a “pervasive and ingrained” culture of misogyny.

Of the women that spoke to the Times about their harassers, ten named them—and the list includes Chris Sacca of Lowercase Capital and Dave McClure of 500 Startups who the report concedes “did not dispute the accounts.”

From the former Uber engineer who exposed a startling pattern of sexual harassmentduring her year-long tenure that led to their CEO’s resignation to the late June outing of venture capitalist Justin Caldbeck as a predator, the oftentimes extreme harassment women receive in the startup world has made headlines in 2017.

Sarah Kunst, a 31-year-old entrepreneur who told the Times about harassment from 500 Startups’ Dave McClure, detailed one of the more common patterns in the report—the investors will often make unwanted or inappropriate advances, and when they are spurned, will then retract their funding offers, leaving any avenues of accountability closed because the women are neither employees nor the recipients of investments.

Others, like interviewee Wendy Meyer, described worse scenarios. Meyer, who is Asian-American, was “kissed and groped” by Caldbeck after he put up funds for her fitness startup. Meyer said she felt like she “had to put up with it” because of her race and gender. After reaching out to her mentor who then alerted one of the firms run by Caldbeck, “little” about the situation changed.

Silicon Valley’s gender gap has long been acknowledged even by tech megagiants like Google and Facebook — but the reasons for the disparities taking place in the San Francisco Bay appear to extend far beyond simple discrimination.

According to data firm PitchBook, that disparity can be seen in the funds female entrepreneurs received from VC firms ($1.5 billion) versus their male counterparts ($58.2 billion). The experiences of the women who came forward in the Times report may”help explain why the venture capital and start-up ecosystem—which underpins the tech industry and has spawned companies such as Google, Facebook and Amazon — has been so lopsided in terms of gender.”

 

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          New Thai labor rules send migrant workers packing for home   

BANGKOK (AP) — Fearful that Thailand’s new labor rules will get them into trouble, tens of thousands of migrant workers are returning to neighboring Myanmar, Cambodia and Laos, causing hardship to themselves and their Thai employers. Labor regulations that took effect June 23 could give foreign workers without proper permits up to five years in […]
          New Thai labor rules send migrant workers packing for home   
Fearful that Thailand’s new labor rules will get them into trouble, tens of thousands of migrant workers are returning to neighboring Myanmar, Cambodia and Laos, causing hardship to themselves and their Thai employers.
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          Ambitious Cambodian Dance Troupe Honors Artistic Traditions in New Ways.   
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Prumsodun Ok, a Cambodian-American born to refugee parents, knew he wanted to be an “apsara” dancer from the age of 4, when he was entranced by a performance captured on one of his family’s home movies.

No matter that the dance dated back to the seventh century, or that traditionally apsaras were beautiful, heaven-born females, destined to entertain gods and kings at the Angkor temples in the ancient Khmer Empire, modern-day Cambodia. Ok focused on the stylized grace of the dancing and thought little about the fact that the dancers were women, because he was a kid and he had a dream.

But he put that on hold for 12 years.
Growing up in Long Beach, California, home to 20,000 Khmer immigrants, Ok was bullied because he was “different.” He recalls being branded as gay and “kteu” — Thai or Cambodian slang for someone who is born male but acts or looks female — when he was 5. That name calling led him to self-identify as gay in his teens.

“I don’t know when I knew,” Ok said about realizing that he was gay, “but I can say that I only became comfortable in my latter years of high school. This is me, this is who I am, and no one can change that or take that away from me.”  That was about the time when, after years of watching his younger sister practice traditional Khmer dances, that he found the courage to approach her dance master.

A rising star among dance students
“I really love dance. Can you please teach me?” Ok pleaded, and Sophiline Cheam Shapiro agreed. Teenager Ok quickly became a rising star at her Khmer Arts Academy in Long Beach, which is affiliated with an arts ensemble in Cambodia.

The school, founded by Shapiro, teaches traditional arts to Cambodian-Americans. Shapiro was one of the first graduates from Phnom Penh’s School of Fine Arts after the fall of the Pol Pot regime and is revered as one of Cambodia’s leading contemporary dance choreographers.

In 2015, Ok, now 30, moved to Cambodia and established Prumsodun Ok & NATYARASA, the country’s first gay dance company. Male dancers ages 18 to 24 fill roles traditionally performed by women. The troupe stages Khmer classical dances as well as new works that Ok creates.

“What I’m doing is drawing from our traditions and using these traditions in ways that people could never imagine to create a more inclusive and compassionate and just Cambodia,” he said. Coming from “a long tradition of people who are in the service of society ... of humanity,” Ok said he has learned “that service is not just about being comfortable: those who are comfortable are not always necessarily right.”

Cambodian society’s tolerance
Srun Srorn, 36, the founder of CamASEAN and a human rights activist, told VOA Khmer that while the majority of LGBTQ Cambodians are marginalized and discriminated against, society is more tolerant of their role in the arts.

Ok’s group “is more professional, so I think it will bring the positive [response] from the community,” Srorn said. “So far, this part of the art — performing — is not getting any negative reaction from the public.

Ok says his role as a teacher of dance goes beyond the classroom.
“Getting them to learn how to see, getting them to have the courage to ask questions, getting them to have the bravery to explore things on their own,” he said. “Those are the most essential things that a teacher of any art form, or discipline or medium, needs to inspire in their students.”

Choung Veasna, 19, of Phnom Penh, says Ok gave him confidence: “I’ve learned from my teacher that no matter what people say about you, it doesn’t matter.” Tes Sokhon, 24, from Pailin province, the oldest dancer in the group, says his teacher is inspiring. “He’s more than my idol,” Sokhon said. “He’s the first teacher to train me in classical dance. He provides us with income and makes our lives better.”

​‘Combination of beauty and tradition’
The troupe’s passion for classical Khmer dance has not gone unnoticed. Craig Dodge, director of sales and marketing at Phare, the Cambodian Circus performance troupe in Siem Reap, said: “When I watched the video on their homepage and heard the young men talk about what performing has meant to them, their identity and their self-esteem, it made me cry.”

Courtesy Prumsodun Ok and NATYARSA
Dodge worked with Ok to make the troupe’s Siem Reap debut in Cambodia’s artistic center a reality, by tapping into the city’s strong sense of community, which he describes as “the perfect place for nurturing and presenting traditional and new Cambodian creative expression.”

Resident Darryl Collins, an art historian, is providing the venue without charge because “the combination of beautiful and traditional 100-year-old Khmer houses with an elegant contemporary form of classical dance seemed an exciting collaboration.” Other Siem Reap businesses are pitching in with free accommodations, transportation, security and are helping stage the performances July 14 and 15.

Prumsodun Ok & NATYARASA is scheduled to perform three dances: PRUM x POP, ranging from Khmer classical dance to pop music; Beloved, which explores a 13th century Khmer king’s love for his land; and Robam Santhyea Vehea, a tale of love and marriage of two men. Ok hopes an open-minded audience will see the performance as a measure of how LGBTQ people can create art in their communities. “I want the company to be a model for compassion, for bravery, for beauty,” he said.


          New Thai labour rules send migrant workers packing for home   
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          New Thai labor rules send migrant workers packing for home   

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          What Jesus Knew About Death and how that Helped Him Live   
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          ALBUM REVIEW: Voivod - "RRRÖÖÖAAARRR", "Killing Technology", "Dimension Hatröss" (Reissues)   
By: Mark Ambrose

Album Type:Full-length
Date Released:May 5, 2017
Label: Noise Records



RRRÖÖÖAAARRR – track listing

1. Korgüll the Exterminator, 2. Fuck Off and Die, 3. Slaughter in a Grave, 4. Ripping Headaches
5. Horror, 6. Thrashing Rage, 7. Helldriver, 8. Build Your Weapons, 9. To the Death!

Disc 2: Spectrum ’86 – No Speed Limits Weekend – Live in Montreal, October 1986

1. Korgüll the Exterminator, 2. Ripping Headaches, 3. Blower, 4. Fuck Off and Die
5. Tornado, 6. Iron Gang, 7. War and Pain, 8. Warriors of Ice, 9. Nuclear War
10. Overreaction, 11. Helldriver, 12. Ravenous Medicine, 13. Voivod, 14. Thrashing Rage

Killing Technology – track listing

1. Killing Technology, 2. Overreaction, 3. Tornado, 4. Too Scared to Scream, 5. Forgotten in Space
6. Ravenous Medicine, 7. Order of the Blackguards, 8. This is Not an Exercise, 9. Cockroaches

Disc 2: Spectrum ’87 – Live in Montreal, September 1987

1. Killing Technology, 2. Overreaction, 3. Ravenous Medicine, 4. Tornado
5. Korgüll the Exterminator, 6. Ripping Headaches, 7. Blower, 8. Live for Violence
9. Tribal Convictions, 10. Order of the Blackguards, 11. Cockroaches, 12. To the Death!, 13. Voivod
14. Batman

Dimension Hatröss – track listing

1. Experiment, 2. Tribal Convictions, 3. Chaosmöngers, 4. Technocratic Manipulators, 5. Macrosolutions
Megaproblems, 6. Brain Scan, 7. Psychic Vacuum, 8. Cosmic Drama, 9. Batman

Disc 2: Spectrum ’88 – A Flawless Structure – Live in Montreal, December 21st 1988

1. Overreaction, 2. Experiment, 3. Tribal Convictions, 4. Chaosmöngers, 5. Ravenous Medicine
6. Korgüll the Exterminator, 7. Technocratic Manipulators, 8. Macrosolutions to Megaproblems,
9. War and Pain Medley, 10. Brain Scan, 11. Psychic Vacuum, 12. Order of the Blackguards
13. Holiday in Cambodia, 14. Batman

The Review

For at least a decade, since the remastered re-release of 1984’s debut album “War and Pain”, Voivod fans have clamored for the long-promised follow-up reissues/expansions of the key “Noise Records Era” triumvirate of thrash-speed-prog-punk-industrial madness from Quebec’s cornerstone quartet of metal.  This desire to “plumb the vaults”, as it were, was only exacerbated by the untimely death of guitar wizard Denis D’Amour in 2005.  D’Amour, better known as Piggy, left enough material to cut twoadditional albums: “Katorz” (2006) and “Infini” (2009).  Remarkably, the band has continued to perform and produce new albums, though not at D’Amour’s breakneck pace.  In that time, performers as disparate as Dave Grohl, Vektor, and Ryan Adams have espoused the legacy of Voivod, arguably raising the profile far beyond what D’Amour would have expected in his lifetime.

As for the records themselves, what else can be said for Voivod’s early output in 2017?  For one, this is the sound, the feel, the overall aesthetic of a band enmeshed in creative unity.  In the lengthy essays accompanying each album, D’Amour’s surviving band mates explain their remarkable commitment to collaboration: Away took a year off to hone his drumming ability before the recording of “War and Pain”, while developing the visual elements of band.  Snake, presented with Away’s artwork and Piggy’s compositions, crafted lyrics that distinguished Voivod’s unique brand of obliquely political, dystopic storytelling.  Blacky, meanwhile, worked extensively with Piggy to create complimentary riffs that, especially when reviewing the live tracks and videos, illustrate the remarkable sonic fullness of the band, despite lacking a live rhythm guitarist.  With these four elements operating at the top of their respective games, it’s still remarkable that in the span of three years, Voivodcreated a trio of albums that thrash harder than 90% of thrash acts today.



“RRRÖÖÖAAARRR”, the “pure” thrash record, is a step up from their Metal Blade debut production wise, though the band laments the subpar bass tracking, due to a last minute robbery of the recording space.  This may be a case of artistic perfectionism, as the dynamics on display are as crisp as any I’ve heard recently.  Thankfully, none of these reissues suffer from the massive compression of some others from the same era, eschewing the excessive volume tinkering and allowing the original recording to mostly stand on its own merits.  And over the course of its nine tracks, “RRRÖÖÖAAARRR”proves why it won over early skeptics – from the first minute, it just fucking rips.  Sure, Snake’s vocal attack is idiosyncratic at times, but as a veteran performance artist, he sells every verse with a punk’s intensity.  Away may still be imitating Motörhead, but the propulsive energy is undeniable.  And Piggy’s chaotic riffs on homemade guitars and effects pedals stand up to any of his contemporaries’ technical precision. 

If “RRRÖÖÖAAARRR” was the reiteration of Voivod’splace among the cutting edge of thrash, “Killing Technology” is the anarcho-punk speed metal hybrid that cemented their reputation as genre defying tech wizards.  Now a road hardened machine, the band was expanding their musical tastes, and it shows: while the metal spirit remains, there are definitely more hardcore and punk influences on display.  Piggy’s riffs are sometimes minimalist, creating tonal soundscapes before erupting into technical acrobatics.  Away continues to hammer out double-bass marathons, but also shifts on a dime throughout, verging on jazz polyrhythms in classics like “Tornado”, “Order of the Blackguards”, and the explosive title track.  Snake sounds even better, embracing production to slide into different characters.  And ok, the bass really does sound better than on “RRRÖÖÖAAARRR”.

“Dimension Hatröss” is, without a doubt, a full on prog metal masterpiece.  While the earlier albums were arguably conceptually unified, for the first time Voivodcrafted a true concept album around their band “mascot”, Korgüll, who travels through a universe created by a particle accelerator.  With their avatar charting new territories, Voivodwas spiritually freed – incorporating industrial elements, fusing thrash shredding with propulsive hardcore riffs, and all the while Snake blossomed into the singer/storyteller/actor he’d always verged on becoming in the earlier records.  Perhaps the most remarkable element of “Hatröss” is the relative economy of songwriting; each song hovers around 5 minutes, but doles out concentrated prog power that most bands can’t equal in multi-part “epics”.  Plus, they’re actually catchy!  Chaosmongers”would feel at home in a punk compilation, albeit with the most technically skilled punkers you’d ever encountered.  Like a perfect short story collection, each track is stellar on its own, but together spells out a terrifying vision of extradimensional nightmare exploration that’s as exhilarating as you can imagine.  Plus, the Batman cover really rips.





Along with the original albums, these Noise Records deluxe 2 CD/1 DVD editions of “RRRÖÖÖAAARRR”, “Killing Technology”, and “Dimension Hatröss” include hours of supplementary tracks, video, and bonus materials.  All the live video content is, not surprisingly, very raw stuff, mostly captured on camcorder, while the live CD audio varies between competent and pretty good bootleg quality.  In all, each DVD contains at least 5 hours of video footage, culled from each album’s respective tour, plus live demos that most diehards have already traded with other Voivod completists.  Perhaps the most interesting “bonus content,” for a visual obsessive like me, are the slideshows of Langevin’s artwork, a key component to this era of the band.  It’s easy to see how the disturbing, Heavy Metal inspired pieces Langevin was producing could help Snake craft such evocative lyrics, and inspire Piggy and Blacky’s discordant, broken tech songwriting.

At the purely musical level, the bonus discs increased my admiration for Blacky’s bass-as-rhythm-guitar style, and Piggy’s ability to balance both rhythm and impeccable lead, nearly simultaneously.  As a testament of a version of Voivod that many of us have never seen, however, these archives are invaluable.  There’s undeniable exuberance and showmanship even in the dingiest punk clubs (some remarkably sparsely attended), while the increasing ferocity of the band’s following is evident from tour to tour; Voivod was infectious in a way few can comprehend, relying largely on word of mouth and a relentless pace of output and live performance.  In what can be seen now as a disastrous precursor, the band was sidelined after “Dimension Hatröss”, as D’Amour has his first terrifying encounter with cancer, from which he would eventually recover.  

They would go on to push the genre even further with the major label releases “Nothingface” and “Angel Rat”(which could use the same type of loving reissues), but still mostly headline the club and theater circuit, perhaps too abstract for the metal masses of the early 90s, but also victims of bad luck.  Blacky would leave the band and they would hopscotch among indie labels before D’Amour’s death from colon cancer at the age of 45 – which would spell certain doom for 99% of other bands.  And yet, here we are, with Voivod touring, still receiving raves for their current output, and we’ve been presented an embarrassment of riches that serve as testament to a band and a guitarist whose statures only seem to increase with each passing decade.  That is, perhaps, the most unlikely triumph of this trio of albums: exceptional dedication, artistic integrity, and solidarity are timeless.  Dimensional displacement, war, apathy, cancer – all are subsumed in the power of undeniable artistic triumph.  Voivod cannot be killed.  Now crank it up or Fuck Off and Die!


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          New Thai labor rules send migrant workers packing for home   
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The World Federation of Trade -union-s, representing 92 million workers in the 5 continents, strongly condemns the legal action of Cambrew, a Carlsberg subsidiary, against workers. The company demands 60000 USD as compensation for the 5days strike from 100 workers in Sihanoukville, Cambodia. This legal action is not the first attack of the company against the workers’-;- rights and trade -union- freedoms rights and of course is not an isolated incident for the bourgeois. Such attacks are the implementation of the bourgeois strategy to disarm the trade -union- movement from the great right of striking. They afraid of the organized struggles and solidarity among the workers. They afraid of the militant demand for the working class benefits through mass struggle and strikes which is the only way......
          Dozens of Silicon Valley Women Come Forward to Speak to ‘Pervasive and Ingrained’ Sexual Harassment   
In a new report ten women name their harassers.

A new report from the New York Times details the experiences of more than two dozen women who have been sexually harassed while seeking venture capital investment for their tech startups in California’s Silicon Valley—and the report reveals a “pervasive and ingrained” culture of misogyny.

Of the women that spoke to the Times about their harassers, ten named them—and the list includes Chris Sacca of Lowercase Capital and Dave McClure of 500 Startups who the report concedes “did not dispute the accounts.”

From the former Uber engineer who exposed a startling pattern of sexual harassmentduring her year-long tenure that led to their CEO’s resignation to the late June outing of venture capitalist Justin Caldbeck as a predator, the oftentimes extreme harassment women receive in the startup world has made headlines in 2017.

Sarah Kunst, a 31-year-old entrepreneur who told the Times about harassment from 500 Startups’ Dave McClure, detailed one of the more common patterns in the report—the investors will often make unwanted or inappropriate advances, and when they are spurned, will then retract their funding offers, leaving any avenues of accountability closed because the women are neither employees nor the recipients of investments.

Others, like interviewee Wendy Meyer, described worse scenarios. Meyer, who is Asian-American, was “kissed and groped” by Caldbeck after he put up funds for her fitness startup. Meyer said she felt like she “had to put up with it” because of her race and gender. After reaching out to her mentor who then alerted one of the firms run by Caldbeck, “little” about the situation changed.

Silicon Valley’s gender gap has long been acknowledged even by tech megagiants like Google and Facebook — but the reasons for the disparities taking place in the San Francisco Bay appear to extend far beyond simple discrimination.

According to data firm PitchBook, that disparity can be seen in the funds female entrepreneurs received from VC firms ($1.5 billion) versus their male counterparts ($58.2 billion). The experiences of the women who came forward in the Times report may”help explain why the venture capital and start-up ecosystem—which underpins the tech industry and has spawned companies such as Google, Facebook and Amazon — has been so lopsided in terms of gender.”

 

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