Dec 16, 2011 | Post by: Phil Lees
In my last post Dr Maytel requested something that would generate development issues, and seeing that I’d neglected to send her (or anyone) a Christmas card and about half of my friends work for non-government organisations, here it is. You should hassle the UN to support: LARGE-SCALE GREEN ECONOMY WITHOUT
Nov 26, 2011 | Post by: Phil Lees
Spotted on a packet of pork and cabbage dumplings, Footscray
Sep 30, 2011 | Post by: Phil Lees
A Flickr group for Cambodia’s hand-painted sign folk art that I started a few years ago just had its 200th sign added to it. Here they are. If you’ve got any packed away in your archives and you’re a Flickr user, feel free to add them to the pool.
Sep 16, 2011 | Post by: Phil Lees
Carotene. However, if you happen to come across heritage varieties, you’ll notice carrots run through a spectrum of white through to yellow to hues of deep purple. So what caused the dominance of the orange carrot? Ex-Cambodia Daily editor and current Washington Post staffer Suzy Khimm delves into the political