The latest in verse from around the Mekong Region.
Myanmar fell apart as soon as it became independent.
The life and work of Marguerite Duras.
Years after reading Orwell’s 1984, I came across a Winston Smith, a clerk who erased ‘unpersons.’
The international defence counsel-cum-Khmer Rouge fellow traveller.
All empires inevitably fade, including France’s in Southeast Asia.
Cambodia’s first Khmer-language literary journal.
Since this house was built, Cambodia’s name has changed half a dozen times and a clamouring of ideologies have had their day.
The difference between lived Buddhism and Buddhism of popular imagination.
When we talk or write about Phnom Penh, we evoke three themes: nostalgia, destruction, and unplanned reconstruction.