Bandith ‘Barry’ Ek

He survived childhood health scares and the Cambodian genocide. In Canada, he found his voice and a sense of freedom.

That cheap manufacturing labour: a portrait gallery

Here’s what a ’highly mechanized’ factory looks like in Cambodia

Cambodia: enjoying China’s long shadow

As China’s growth raises wages, Cambodians get more business
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A communist memorial seeks capital

Plans to erect a monument commemorating victims of Communist rule face a lack of public interest (and funding)
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Death toll mounts after bridge stampede in Cambodia

351 dead and 395 injured in Water Festival tragedy