48 Hours in Phnom Penh (part 1): Dirty Old Men and the Dispossessed

5 thoughts on “48 Hours in Phnom Penh (part 1): Dirty Old Men and the Dispossessed”

  1. I visited Phnom Penh in 2010. Apart to be bitten by a crazy dog (I had to suffer a 20th of injection month later to avoid a possible rabbia infection) I kept a good feeling of the city….Except one evening when I got a beer in a bar : two men were speaking about the women they were “using” or “leaning” with a lot of painful description. That time I was ashamed to be a man not able to do something…
    I encountered some situation like that in Thaïland and in Burma, but not so “dirty” … I also felt strange and painful impression about NGO’s actions Feeling they prevent Cambodia people to access full autonomy. But may be was it a false feeling…
    Be cautious with mafia 😉


  2. What I would like is the opportunity to communicate with the relevant person or department involved in the advertising and marketing within Cambodia and create and hopefully maintain a successful business relationship between the DITP and the Phnom Penh Post.


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